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jackydahlhaus wrote:11 September 2014
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    Amelia Hallsworth Photography
    6 years ago
    Hi Jacky, I would say it more gets worn and dulled like a copper coin - but not scratched. If anything I much prefer the worn effect the copper sink eventually gets
  • jackydahlhaus
    6 years ago
    Hmm, will think about it, Amelia. I like to easily see my sink being clean, so I may opt for a white porcelain one instead...

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Victoria Harrison added this to My Houzz: Life in a Revamped Scottish Castle2 September 2014

Nicola is a self-confessed grey fan. When they first installed the kitchen, it was a paler blue-grey, but they painted it a stronger grey a couple of years ago. ‘I love the whole muted, understated look,’ she explains. The copper sinks on the right and in the island contrast beautifully with the cabinet colour. ‘We wanted to do something a bit different with the sinks,’ she adds.

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reneekut added this to Painted cabinets7 April 2016

Grey cabinets with warm orangish floors and neutral walls

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