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: