Unsellable Houses Shows Us A Showstopping Way To Give Any Kitchen A Pop Of Color

Leslie Davis and Lyndsay Lamb from HGTV’s “Unsellable Houses” are no strangers to adding a statement color in the kitchens they design. While they usually go with painted cabinets or vibrant backsplash tile, they’re not afraid to step outside the box and choose an interesting feature like a colored sink. In one design, the pair add a pop of navy blue using the Elkay Quartz Luxe single bowl farmhouse sink in the color Jubilee. The sink retails for about $2,258 and can be purchased at a variety of kitchen and bath showrooms and distributors. Elkay also has a variety of under-mount, double-bowl, and bar sinks that are also available in the Jubilee finish. The brand Bocchi has a similar dark blue finish named Sapphire Blue that is available in single and double-basin farmhouse sinks.

For those with a lighter aesthetic, navy isn’t your option for a blue sink. Davis and Lamb have also designed a kitchen with a light blue sink. The brand Nantucket Sinks has a powder blue finish called Shabby Sugar on an apron sink that could recreate this look. This sink is light-medium blue with some darker blue distressing to create that shabby-chic look. The same brand also has a Shabby Green finish, both costing $1,799.99. For a mint-tinged blue, Houzer has an under-mount enamel sink for $412.45, which would provide a more subtle pop of color.

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