I realize that choosing the right kitchen sink is important. After living with a shallow model with a faucet that practically sticks out horizontally overtop of the basin – making it tricky to fill pots and pitchers – I dream of having a deep, sleek bowl. Maybe even with a detachable spout to help rinse dishes?!?! Anyway, as I shop around I found this post on Freshome.com which covers the points to consider when buying a sink.
I found it helpful and thought you would too. Check out the full article here. To briefly summarize their points:
#1 The models vary greatly in terms of style, features, and how they are mounted (insert, under-mounted, flush-mounted or top-mounted).
#2 Quality if a big factor, as is the material you choose (stainless steel, enamel, etc.)
#3 Size and style options are important considerations.
#4 Carefully choose a faucet that will work within your kitchen and countertops (especially if you have any pre-drilled holes).
$5 Choose a color and style that coordinate with your kitchen.