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So Many Sinks

So many sink options, How do I choose?

Mike will meet with each customer, answering questions and providing insight from his experience in the kitchen and bath industry. This blog is a quick introductory overview featuring pictures to help you in your kitchen and bath designing journey with sinks.

Our most basic sink is a stainless steel sink. Many granite companies offer a stainless steel sink as part of the countertop purchase. So, if you are looking for ways to save money on your project, consider the timeless simplicity of a stainless steel sink. Stainless steel is durable and comes in a large variety of sizes. This single bowl sink is a nice deep sink easily accommodating large pots. A favorite sink that is trending right now is the 60/40 sink. This sink allows a nice space on the right side to clean large pots while still including space for rinsing dishes.

 

Another popular sink is the silgranite series from Blanco. These sinks which can be under-mounted or mounted traditionally on top of the counter are considered by many designers to be the most durable sinks on the market. Many people prefer the look of a darker sink to a stainless steel sink. Silgranite is a mixture of granite and composite material that is easy to care for and does not scratch easily.

 

 

 

Farmhouse sinks have become very popular in recent years. The extended apron makes it a beautiful focal point in the kitchen. Farmhouse sinks come in many colors and styles. Pictured here are farmhouse sinks in stainless steel, hammered copper and enamel coated cast iron. They are typically single bowl sinks, but can be done in double bowl or 60/40 as pictured above.

If your kitchen has an island consider adding a prep sink. Pictured above is a granite composite undermounted sink. This amazing little sink can make your kitchen work area more efficient.

 

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