The first thing to consider when choosing a sink is the space it will take. It may seem obvious, but it is at the root of almost every decision about your kitchen. However, with a little thought, you can maximize space without sacrificing looks or quality.
As part of the construction of the sink, you can divide the sewer, double tub, and of course the faucet in half. A popular layout in shorter kitchens is zero radius sink.
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The first thing to consider – round or square? Square is much more space-efficient and can be the only neat-looking shape in your kitchen. It may seem a little useful for the concept of some kitchens, and oval or round sinks work well for them.
When it comes to installation, additional decisions need to be made where design flair and imagination can make a big difference. There used to be only one way to install your sink, now there are several.
The most popular installations today are "zero radius sinks-installations" in which the sink is installed in zero radius. This installation is common in zero radius sinks and creates a smooth surface of the same height for easy cleaning.
These are some great options to consider that can completely transform your kitchen concept. Take some time to think about your options and you can have a sink that will enhance the look of your kitchen instead of hiding something.