How to choose your Kitchen sink

Undermounted sink in a quartz worktop, a

While they are not the first items most of us think about when compiling our new bespoke kitchen wish list, sinks and taps are definitely the workhorses of the kitchen.

 

Choosing a sink that looks fabulous and also serves its purpose can make a huge difference.

 

Along with worktops, sinks get the most day-to-day use so it’s essential to invest in quality products that will withstand all your family has to throw at them.

Undermounted Sinks

Under mounted Stainless Steel sinks,

are a very popular choice for customers choosing quartz or granite worktops.

 

Available in a wide range of designs, from double bowl to bowl and a half and single bowls. 

Inset Sinks

1810 ZEN15I-F Sink from Somerville kitch

With everything now on show in the kitchen, including the sink, the trend is for an evermore clutter-free and streamlined aesthetic.

 

To reflect this top-mounted sinks have changed a lot in recent years, with some very stylish, contemporary low profile options available

The Zen15 I F sink From the1810 Company

As well as Stainless steel, the1810 

top-mounted sinks are also available in black or White

1810 Purquartzblade sink available from

The Purquartzblade sink From the1810 Company

Colour Match Sinks

Axix sink with Copper base, from Somervi

With the New Axix sinks you are now able to match your sink to any granite, quartz, Corian or Staron worktop. Giving an uninterrupted, coordinated look to your kitchen.

As well as coming in a range of different sizes, the Axix sinks are also available with a Stainless Steel, Copper, Gold & Gunmetal Grey base. Making them a perfect match for todays modern taps

Caesarstone Rugged concrete worktop with

The current interiors trend for brass, copper and gold metallic touches has now reached the kitchen

 

The New range of Copper Sinks have proved to be very popular, adding a touch of glamour to this workhorse of the kitchen.

Belfast Sinks

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And then of course there is the traditional Belfast sink, which is still a

a popular choice, in today's kitchen.

 

It is important to decide early on in the design stage if this is the type of sink for you, as its look, size and shape will affect the cabinetry you choose to have underneath