Perhaps the most practical element of any kitchen, you might think that your sink "style" is largely irrelevant. Surely you only need a standard stainless steel dishwasher, right? Not true. Indeed, sinks come in all shapes, sizes, and materials and your choice of sink will have a huge impact on the practical and aesthetic of your kitchen.
But what are the different types of sinks and how do they affect how you use your kitchen? Here is a list of sinks that are offered:
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Stainless steel is the most popular sink material there, and for good reason. Durable, easy to maintain, and very cheap, the shiny metallic effect fits perfectly into almost any kitchen. However, if you're looking for something a little different, consider granite, which is extremely resistant to scuffs and scuffs, and has an understated and impressive modern aesthetic.
While single sinks are almost ubiquitous in household kitchens, there is much to be said for several alternatives. A two-bowl sink, for example, offers enough room to cook and wash food at the same time without the risk of your carrots falling into the soapy water.
In terms of mounting options, you can choose between surface sinks, pre-installed or pre-installed. The surface sink is inserted into the pre-cut holes in the tabletop and provides good overall mounting options for a wide variety of countertop materials.