A plate rack above this corner sink makes putting away dishes a breeze. The faucet and apron-front sink echo the traditional style of the cabinetry and the beaded-board backsplash.
Placing the sink in front of a window on an angled wall opens the corner to the outdoors, extending the feel of a small space. This sink's close proximity to the stove simplifies cleanup after cooking.
Placing this sink in a corner opens up a section of countertop for a baking station, with room to store and use small appliances.
Add a drink station to your kitchen without taking up valuable counter space by slipping a bar sink in the corner. Store glasses and other barware nearby.
Install task lighting underneath upper cabinets above a corner sink. Having the dishwasher within reach makes for a more efficient use of the space.
Break up a white kitchen with a warm, rich copper apron-front sink in a prominent corner location. Add matching cabinet hardware or towel bars to tie the look together.
Two sinks are better than one if you've got more than one person working in the kitchen. Use one for food prep and one for cleanup, and separate them physically and visually by placing one in the corner.
A small cabinet behind a corner sink keeps dishwashing supplies handy, but out of sight for an uncluttered countertop.
For a custom look, integrate your corner sink into the countertop. Here, the countertop's concrete-look material also clads the sink's front surface and the backsplash.
Eliminate that feeling of being "trapped in the kitchen" by opening the wall behind a corner sink onto the living area.
This countertop curves past two integrated kitchen sinks, making a smooth transition around the corner of the kitchen. The stainless-steel countertop adds a sleek, contemporary look.