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We are in the process of getting a (new) kitchen and have a problem finding out which upstands we want, or if we don't want any. The worktops will be wood (oak) but the sink is a sit-on white ceramic one, which goes all the way back, no cut-outs in worktop. The units will be white or grey. The splashback for oven is black glass. I don't know if it will look odd for the sink to have a tiled upstand and tiled windowsill behind it, and then a bit of wooden worktop with wooden upstands, then the glass splashback for the hob, then another bit of wooden worktop and wooden upstand... It sounds mix and match and I have no idea what to order.
Should the sink also have a wooden upstand? I ordered the sink especiallly because I didn't want wood around it. I don't want to develop OCD trying to keep it dry. Please help! Any ideas?