Sinks (Kitchen) Buying Guide

Sinks (Kitchen)

Getting Started

Utilitarian primarily, kitchen sinks also can add beauty to the room with style and color. Due to the popularity of stainless steel appliances, stainless steel sinks are very popular, but sinks of other materials can complement the kitchen and perform well for cleaning — whether pots and pans or vegetables and fruits.

What to Consider




Colanders and drain baskets are designed to fit across the sink to drain fruits or vegetable or even small dishes.

Wooden Cutting Boards are created to fit within the sink, sometimes on a lip designed into the sink to hold the cutting board above the basin bottom.

Bottom grids fit into the bottom of the sink to protect the surface and provide a cushion for utensils and dishes.

Roller mats fit over the sink to provide more workspace.

Cost Considerations