The sink which has the wind in its sails in the kitchen is the stamp of office. This white porcelain tray seduces with its old-world charm and clean lines. But also by its generous dimensions which make it very functional. And, contrary to popular belief, it is not reserved for the country style: today, it is used in all kitchens, including the most modern. Zoom in on this new must-have.
A sink as practical as it is aesthetic
The office timbre is a sink that does not fit: it is simply placed on a piece of furniture and slightly overflows the line of the kitchen. Made of porcelain, it is extremely solid and, above all, it is very easy to clean. Two assets that are not foreign to its success.
White but not only
Originally, the official stamp was made of stone. White porcelain has gradually taken over to become the norm in our grandmothers’ kitchens. Today, the office stamp also adopts other finishes such as black or brushed stainless steel, ultra-contemporary.