Atlanta, GA – February 2019 – When the 2019 ICFF show gets underway this upcoming May 19–22 in New York, attendees may feel overwhelmed by its expansive floor space dedicated to every aspect of design. If they’re on the hunt for what home renovators will be flocking to in the home décor and kitchen renovation sphere in the months to come, they should head straight for Booth 1671. There, Bocchi will showcase its line of farmhouse apron front kitchen sinks, kitchen sink systems, undermount sinks and kitchen faucets that are precisely on point with all the year’s hottest trends.
According to “House Beautiful”, one of the “biggest home and interior trends of 2019” will be matte black. The UK publication calls this dramatic hue “the new ‘it’ colour across homes and interiors in 2019.” Making its own brand of predictions for the upcoming spring season, “Reviewed” puts the spotlight on Bocchi’s specialty, the kitchen, where it forecasts metal mixups and sink accessories systems as two kitchen trends that “will be huge in 2019.” The Reviewed website defines a sink system as “a way to make the most of your sink, turning it into an integrated workspace.”
Homeowners who want to give their kitchens some matte black drama will find it as a featured color for all of Bocchi’s farmhouse fireclay apron front and undermount kitchen sinks. Whether they are seeking a single bowl or double bowl design, Bocchi can deliver it in a matte black finish and slightly softer, matte dark gray. All Bocchi fireclay sinks are available in 9 designer colors and finishes.
Fireclay has become popular as one of the most durable materials available for modern kitchens. It handles extreme heat from pots and pans with ease. The special glaze coating that Bocchi fireclay sinks are fused with affords home renovators a non-porous, uniform, scratch and stain-resistant surface.
Those individuals who are looking to add even greater integrated functionality and more desirable resale value to their homes may want to consider one of Bocchi’s kitchen sink systems or kitchen faucets. Bocchi’s fireclay kitchen sink colander add-ons afford easy rinsing and draining of food. The company’s Sapron Frontele hardwood cutting board is shaped to fit the edges of all Bocchi step-rim farmhouse kitchen sinks. When secured in place, this cutting board offers a convenient surface for prep and cleanup.
Bocchi’s lineup of side spray, pull-down and pull-out spring kitchen faucets caters to homeowners who want to mix up their metals this spring. The faucets come in polished chrome, brushed nickel and oil-rubbed bronze options.
For more information on how to give any home a current yet functional spring kitchen makeover, visit Bocchi USA online at www.BocchiUSA.com