Kitchen sinks are a key element of great kitchen design from a practical and design standpoint. Find ideas from these distinctive kitchen sinks
Modern Kitchen Sinks
Brown Powder Room Sink
Mid-sized contemporary brown tile and mosaic tile travertine floor powder room idea with a vessel brown sink, furniture-like cabinets, granite countertops, dark wood cabinets and brown countertops. The ‘slow’ fashion trend and emphasis on getting back to nature has seen brown pop up as a popular color on fashion runways. And of course, brown is a perennial favorite make-up shade.
The sink is simply dropped into a hole cut into the counter, with the rolled, rimmed edge of the sink sitting atop the countertop.
The edge lip of the sink is mounted below a solid surface countertop, so the sink effectively hangs underneath the counter, as opposed to sitting on top of it; creates a continuous flow from countertop into sink.
A farm-style or apron-front sink ups the decorating quotient in your kitchen. A centuries-old design, this style has enjoyed new popularity in recent years.
An anti-spill edge is, as it sounds, where the stainless benchtop is folded back under the top bench line to provide a lip on the bench that prevents liquids flowing over the front edge. This is more about the containment of the liquid than it is about detail, and you’ll have seen it in many an old house with an original stainless sink bench. It is used in commercial and high-use residential applications, as well as a lot of projects such as hospitals that have strict cleaning standards.
Double-Bowl Kitchen Island Sink
A cleanup center housing a double-bowl sink is conveniently located in the island of this kitchen. Here, the white sink adds cottage flair, fitting in beautifully with the kitchen decor. To ensure that your sink blends with your kitchen, match color schemes through the bowl of the sink or style through the faucet design.
Cast Iron Kitchen Sinks
Cast iron kitchen sinks have long been popular for their durability and ease of maintenance. These sinks feature a layer of porcelain enamel over the iron, which gives them a hard, durable surface. They are very easy to clean and their smooth, glossy finish helps hide water spots and streaks.
Composite Granite Sinks
A composite granite sink is an engineered product manufactured using a mix of granite stone dust and acrylic resins molded into sink form. Composite sinks composed of quartz dust and acrylic resins are close cousins and the labels “composite stone ” and “granite sink” are sometimes used interchangeably to describe either material.
Wooden Vessel Sink
Inspiration for a timeless medium tone wood floor bathroom with a vessel sink is a amazing way to make your bathroom picturesque.