42" Height Single Door Wall Cabinet (CS-W0942)
9"W * 42"H * 12"D
Price ( Piece ):
- Product Model CS-W0942
A little extra depth is even helpful for tighter sinks, such as those at a bar, prep counter or butler’s pantry, as it helps avoid splash back when rinsing vegetables or pouring out liquid.I can speak on this point from my personal experience. I have a deep stainless steel sink in my own kitchen, shown here, and I love it. It’s an easy and affordable upgrade that’s part of my dream home but also part of my real home.See more on choosing a kitchen sink Anna Braund
5. Touch-activated faucets. With a sharp, deep sink, let’s make it even easier to use by adding a touch-activated faucet. These smart devices aren’t just for minimalist tech-head homes. They come in a range of styles to suit even more traditional or transitional kitchens.Inside that stylish faucet is a sensor that activates the faucet just from a tap, so you can turn on water even with your hands occupied.The next time you’re making dough (or just making a mess) and need to rinse off, you’ll be glad you can turn on the faucet with just a tap from your elbow. Joel Kelly Design
6. Drawer dishwashers. Besides looking smart, a drawer dishwasher opens up new intelligent functions.Running a full-sized dishwasher when only partially full is a waste of water, but a unit like this can wash each individual half, giving you more flexibility for the size of the load to be cleaned. Plus, you can be running one drawer while still filling another, so you can clean your often-used items now while other pieces build up a bit over time.Goodbye to waiting an extra day to wash the dishes in my dream home.