Learn about what style, shape, and size of sink is right for your kitchen.
Everyone knows the kitchen sink is where the action is. From food prep to cleanup, your sink has a lot to handle. The first test when it comes to function: Can it fit your favorite pot? You may want to consider bringing in a backup -- a prep sink for washing veggies or a bar sink designated for beverages. Farmhouse, or apron-front sinks continue to grow in popularity. You'll find them in cast iron, metal, and stone. With this style, it's a matter of looks; apron-front sinks offer no additional practical advantages. If you prefer that your sink attract less attention, consider an undermount model, which allows your countertop to steal the spotlight.
When selecting a kitchen sink, consider the following points: