As the material of the sink itself, most prefer to use stainless steel - a robust material that is not difficult to clean and simple to maintain. Another popular option is to use ceramic sinks, which offer many delightful colors and patterns that won't be too common for your sinks and taps. You will then have the make the choice of what kind of mounting surface you would like to have for your kitchen sinks and taps. You have the option of mounting your sink under the counter - so that it will be not visible - or the usual top of the counter placement. Another style you can consider is the Belfast sink, a big ceramic sink that has a traditional look and set beneath the work surface.
Aside from having the ability of installing corner sinks on your counter tops, you can also opt for under mount corner sink. More often than not, under mount corner sinks have drain boards that help drain dishes, cookware, or utensils easily. You can also avoid spills on floor using these drain boards because the water from the dishes run directly to the bowl and not on the counter top. Under mount sinks also have sink rims to allow water to remain within the sink because they are higher than the drain boards.
In terms of mounting options, you can opt for surface, under-mount or set-in sinks. Surface-mounted sinks are dropped into a pre-cut hole in the worktop surface, and offer a good all-round mounting option for many different types of worktop material. For a subtler touch, you might consider an under-mount sink, which is installed below the counter and creates no rim between sink and worktop surface. This makes the area around the sink easier to clean. Finally, set-in sinks are built into the worktop and are made of the same material, which offers a seamless aesthetic that works perfectly with granite.
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