Our bright, white, open kitchenTraditional Kitchen, Dallas
Contractor: George Brunson of Brunson Restoration and Remodeling
Photo by Emily McCall
What Houzz contributors are saying:
WallsWalls see a fair share of abuse from splatters, scuffs and dings. How often: Every few weeks or as needed.Start including your walls every now and then in your vacuuming routine. This will help keep dust from accumulating and making the walls look drab. For spots, wipe clean with a damp cloth. For tougher areas, try a thick paste of baking soda and water. If all else fails, consider a Magic Eraser.
The basics: Ceramic sinks are made with a raw material that contains clay, glass and metal. This mixture has been used as a sink material for decades. With a smooth, impervious surface and extremely low moisture absorbency, it’s a great material choice for sinks. Cost: $100 to $800 on average. Schedule a sink installation