There is no doubt that when it comes to which renovations can have the most impact on the value of your home, the kitchen is one of the most important areas to improve. Aside from the general upkeep of the main parts of your home, like the roof and flooring, having a remodeled and updated kitchen can not only recoup your expenses but actually earn you money if you are thinking of reselling your house, according to HGTV. However, if those types of major renovations are not currently within the wheelhouse of your budget, then David Bromstad suggests that a simple sink upgrade can make all the difference in the meantime.
For example, switching out that boring, scratched, and weathered steel sink and swapping it out for a copper farmhouse sink can help to create a welcoming, warming look in your kitchen. Copper sinks not only have a unique style to them, but because of the nature of the material, it changes slightly over time to add to the homey vibe. They are also antimicrobial, easy to take care of, and incredibly durable, as per Copper Smith. As Bromstad so eloquently put it via Realtor, “Copper is gorgeous, right?”