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.
Mounting choices for different kinds of kitchen sinks. Sink makers continue to innovate, devising new ways to install different kinds of kitchen sinks. The basic installation styles are self-rimming, undermount and farmhouse. These days farmhouse and undermount sinks are sharing the limelight as the most popular styles for modern kitchens. Sizing your sink. Once you've determined the style, material and mounting method you want for your sink there's just one more criteria to think about - sizing. These days, most cooks look for a nice big sink, if they have the space. For those whose kitchens are more modest, medium, small and even petite size kitchen sinks are available. Handy prep sinks are also now fixtures in the market. Great for cleanup areas and islands, prep sinks are highly appreciated by cooks who like to have a helper in the kitchen.
While one-bowl sinks are almost ubiquitous in domestic kitchens, there's a lot to be said for some of the alternatives. Two-bowl sinks, for example, offer enough space for you to do food preparation and washing-up at the same time, without the risk of dropping your carrots into soapy water. However, they do take up a lot of space, which means they might not be suited to smaller kitchens where space is tight.
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