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The kitchen sink is the hardest worked feature in any kitchen. It needs to be functional and durable, while being at the same time a stylish addition to your kitchen design. Today’s sinks come in a wide variety shapes, sizes and materials and can include accessories such as cutting boards, utensil trays, drying racks and colanders. In the slideshow above you will see: 1. Twin sinks The primary sink is accompanied by a prep sink. This is by Kohler: http://www.us.kohler.com/us 2. Seamless Integrated Quartz Sink: Seamless Design Many quartz composite countertop manufacturers offer integrated kitchen… Read More »Trends in Kitchen Sinks
Although primarily designed for public facilities, the dramatically minimalist look of the slot sink is also making it popular for an in home powder room. The sink’s basin can easily be modified to fit multiple faucets and durability and easy cleaning are a plus. The manufacturer is Evans + Paul. Their website is at www.evansandpaul.com ss of the location, it’s important that both durability and cleanliness be the two defining factors for fabrication. At Evans + Paul, we manufacture all of our products out of nonporous solid surface solutions that are designed to resist potential staining… Read More »Slot Sinks
Line the base of your cabinet with this Sink Base Drip Tray from Rev-A-Shelf to help prevent damage from water leaks and spillage. The tray is designed with a slope that will push water out of the cabinet onto the floor, so you are aware of a leak and the bottom of the cabinet is protected from water damage. The tray, which is resistant to most household chemicals, comes in a variety of sizes and can be trimmed to fit with a utility knife. The tray is available on Amazon.com and Walmart.