keshav krishnan

keshav krishnan

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Types of Kitchen Sinks which looks luxurious

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Your sink is as important as any other elements in your modular kitchen accessories. And now with several varieties, shapes, and designs, conventional sinks have been completely revolutionized. And of course, to charm your kitchen work triangle, you need to have perfect sink that increases the productivity, efficiency and ensures your comfort while cooking. If you plan to have a complete kitchen, don’t just settle for any regular sink.

Below are few of the finest kitchen sinks that will be a perfect fit for any regular, Indian kitchen-

 

1. Single bowl sink-

Single bowl sinks are the best match for small kitchens. Single bowl sink has one large basin with no dividers. They are simple, inexpensive and easy to work with. These sinks have enough space to fit and wash all your utensils. They are compact and can be easily installed in any clean. These kitchens are not at all complicated and are effortless to clean. Single bowl kitchens start from 18 inches and can go up to 36.

2. Double sink bowl-

As the same suggests, these sinks come with two sink bowls. One side can be used for the food preparation and the other one can be used for washing the utensils. Double sink bowls give enough space to your utensils and its multitasking quality makes your cooking job easy. These sinks can go up to 48 inches in length, which is again a great deal for Indian kitchens.

3. Triple sink bowl-

Triple sink bowl has many uses, making your cooking task easier. The bowl on one side can help you in drying the dishes, while the other side can be used for general purposes and the middle bowl can be used for light kitchen task like washing veggies and fruits, or maybe for washing your hands. Triple sink bowl too can go up to 48 inches in length.

4. Sink with a drainboard-

These sinks come with a drainboard space that allows you to dry as well as drain your veggies. With an extra drainboard, these sinks can occupy a bit of your kitchen space, so, they are most suited for the large kitchens. But this extra dashboard also provides you enough space to help you prep before you start cooking.

5. Top mount sink-

Top mount sinks aka drop-in sinks are the most common sink used in Indian kitchens, these kitchen sinks are designed to be dropped into a pre-made opening in the countertop, this means that a portion of the sink (the lip), overlaps the countertop to give a covered edge. Top mount is easy to install, relatively inexpensive, and they offer more room for under-sink storage.

6. Under-mount sink-

This sink is installed underneath the counter, under-mount sinks have no lip or end, allowing the countertop edges to drop directly into the basin forming a more orderly look. These sinks are easy to clean since there here are no crevices where usually dirt or grime gets accumulated. An under-mount sink is 10 inches deep, which makes it better than any other stainless steel sink.

7. Integrated sink-

Integrated sinks are getting popular because of its seamless and elegant look. This kitchen sink is made from the same material as the countertop. They are low maintenance, easy to install, safer to use, and are available in varied stylish designs. They are accessible in many designs like copper, quartz, marble, concrete, etc.

No matter what design you pick, it must first meet your kitchen needs. Work your sink according to your kitchen layout and then plan things accordingly. The above-mentioned sinks cover all the kitchen types and are a perfect match for Indian kitchens.

 

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