Engineered stone is created with a mixture of natural stone such as quartz aggregates together with colour pigments and polyester resins. Engineered stone has a “softer” feel than granite and is almost totally non-porous, so doesn't need to be sealed. Durable and difficult to scratch, Caesarstone is non-porous, waterproof, mould and mildew resistant making it perfect for use in kitchens and bathrooms.
Although tapware may be one of the smallest things in your kitchen, don't forget its importance. First think about functionality - especially if you will have two sinks side by side. Design and fit with your decor is the next thing to think about. It not only has to do the job well, but look good. Modern generally means more angular designs or bigger taps. Traditional kitchens should look for rounder, more traditional styled taps.
When designing your dream kitchen it is key to consider your storage space, along with ample countertop space. The first place to look for extra storage space is your corners. In small, tight kitchens a blind corner cabinet can be used to get the most use out of the corner. However, to get the most efficient use of the corner space a lazy Susan corner cabinet or easy reach cabinet should be used. These cabinet options maximize the corner space while allowing easy entry to it contents. Or try adding rollout trays in your base kitchen cabinets to help access your pots and pans, or in your pantries in order to reach cans and dry goods more easily.