Choosing a sink is never easy, especially when you've set aside a specific budget and have no restrictions. Porcelain, stainless steel, copper, round, square, light or dark -- how does anyone ever decide? If you are renovating your kitchen and don't know where to start when it comes to sinks, keep reading for some basic ideas of what might work for your home.
Under-mounted and Drop-in Sinks
Concrete countertops are very popular these days because they are a sustainable material, easy to fix, and you can stain them how you want. When your countertop is being created you can request a sink be poured as well. This is especially nice with small sinks in islands, they will melt seamlessly with the surface.
Pretty much any countertop material works well with a copper sink, decor-wise. You can have an under-mounted, apron, or over-set sink -- it will look good no matter what. The copper is material between rustic and modern; you can use it with any design. If you want the sink to stand out, you contrasting materials for your surrounds like a marble or butcher-block countertop.
Slate is a traditional material that was adopted for modern use and makes a unique statement when made to be a farmhouse or apron sink. This very traditional look makes kitchen very modern and urban-inspired these days.
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