Your kitchen sink is where a lot of action happens. As such, it’s got to be practical, functional and aesthetically pleasing if you want to enjoy the space. Consider your sink in the center of your kitchen and think about its overall visual impact. After all, it’s what you’ll be staring at while you cook! A smaller kitchen sink will have less impact on your space but might feel smaller compared to a bigger one. When talking about your newly designed space, the work spent during planning will pay off tenfold because your kitchen is one of the most valuable rooms in your house.
Having a specific type of sink in mind is important because each sink type generally works best with a different style of benchtop;
Top mount sinks: Commonly referred to as inset sinks, they are designed to fit into a hole in your kitchen counter. The weight of the sink itself is supported by the lip of the sink, which encircles the outside of the basin.
Undermount sink: Undermount sinks are attached to the cabinets that are located beneath your counter. Your benchtop benefits from an uninterrupted aesthetic that goes perfectly from benchtop to sink because undermount sinks are hidden from view.
Flush mount sinks: A sink that may have its lip flush mounted into the benchtop is called a flush mount sink.
Double Bowl Kitchen sinks: Double-bowl sinks provide you with the extra workspace to wash up in one bowl and rinse in the other. They are available in a wide variety of sink shapes and finishes.
Butler sinks: The flat fronts and rustic form of Butler sinks are noted for making it simple to reach your kitchen sink
To assist you, it could also be a good idea to think about what else is occurring near your kitchen countertop. Your kitchen renovation can help you create the kitchen you’ve always dreamed of. From high-end stainless steel appliances to modern cabinetry and stone worktops, we can help turn your vision into a reality.