I recently replaced a kitchen sink for my clients that was so ugly, it broke my camera.
Well, that's not true, but it was ugly, and I did forget to take a picture of it. However, I got a picture of the hole it left behind.
Since I don't have a picture, I'll just explain that it was one of those old fake farmhouse sinks with lots of cracks and stains in the porcelain. It was making this nice clean kitchen look worn out.
So we added some easy "kitchen appeal" with this shiny new stainless steel sink:
As you can see, they've got stainless hardware and appliances, so this will be a perfect match. I've got a stainless sink in my own kitchen, and I must say that it holds up well to heavy use.
I also replaced this cracked bathroom pedestal sink. Only the bowl was cracked, so I was able to save time and money by leaving the pedestal in place.