Whether you need stainless steel sinks, the double bowl sink, composite sinks, undermount sink, secondary sink, or butler sinks, plus so much more, choosing the perfect sink for your kitchen is easier said than done.
If you value trend, looks and resale value above everything else, you need to consider getting your kitchen an undermount kitchen sink in stainless steel. They enhance the aesthetics of an old kitchen, and they can go with almost all types of home décor themes.
A large bowl with a raised and stylish panel is what best describes the farm kitchen sinks. Farm kitchen sinks add a very rustic, old world charm to the room. If you have designed your kitchen in a countryside decor, farmhouse kitchen sinks are definitely the ideal choice.
Undermount kitchen sinks are preferred for their clean fitted appearance, ease of maintenance and comparatively lower frequency of growth of mold and residue accumulation. They offer functionality and add value to the overall decor of the kitchen.
Porcelain kitchen sink is the most common and favored choice of many people. It is cost effective, durable and looks good in any decor. However, you need to clean it regularly to keep stains at bay and prevent it from losing its sparkling neat white look.
Rustically stylish and elegant, copper kitchen sinks are increasingly being used to increase the glamour quotient of kitchens. Besides their beautiful golden brown color, their texture and (in some cases) a coarse finish is what makes these copper kitchen sinks quite appealing.
Apron kitchen sinks are also known as farmhouse sinks and they were quite popular in olden days in country side homes. Apron kitchen sinks add a very rural and rustic feel to the kitchen, almost resembling the simple and crude look of 19th and 20th century countryside kitchens.
Cast iron kitchen sinks are extremely durable, fairly easy to maintain, but heavy in weight. They are made from an iron alloy with roughly 95% iron and 5% silicon. For home use cast iron kitchen sinks are generally coated with a porcelain coating material, called enamel.