Kitchen sinks and faucets are the workhorses of the kitchen. Whether one is a gourmet chef or precision takeout maven, the two most utilized items in a kitchen are the faucet and sink. I like a kitchen faucet that works without unnecessary wrangling and a sink that doesn’t take me longer to clean it than it did for me to get it dirty. Blanco delivers both, the user friendly Culina faucet and SILGRANIT® II sinks which will become your kitchen partners. This faucet “…had me at hello…” then I began to investigate. Now, I am in love with this faucet!
What is a Blanco SILGRANIT II sink? Made of 80% rock hard granite and 20% engineering marvel and a few patents this is quite possibly the perfect sink. It will not dent, like stainless. It will not chip, like a composite. Plus it is completely non-porous = super-duper hygienic. Suitable for any kitchen – it comes in 22 shapes and 7 colors. Perfection is in the details. This is where they had me… notice how the curved lines of the metal drainboard extension line up EXACTLY with those of the SILGRANIT II sink? This is quality. This is a sink I can love.
When it comes to the kitchen, I am a consumer before I am a designer. I’ve got to see, touch and feel the brilliance; understand the design attributes; ignore the hype and above all the product must prove its relevance for me to believe in it. Only then would I buy it and only if I would buy it, will I recommend it.
Yes, Blanco was one of our Modenus BlogTour Cologne 2013 sponsors, but I’ve learned not to drink the kool-aid. I will only say something is wonderful if I 100% believe it is. The faucets and sinks from Blanco are worthy of your attention. 🙂
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