The sink is a central part of any kitchen remodel, regardless of how big or small the scope of the project is. You end up spending a lot of time in your kitchen
once it is completed. Whether you are washing dishes or cleaning off vegetables, the kitchen sink is also used quite often throughout the week. It also becomes
a décor piece in the kitchen since you often have guests over who see it when relaxing at the kitchen table. One potential creative option is a corner kitchen sink.
What is a corner kitchen sink?
Corner kitchen sinks come in a variety of styles and installation types. Before we get into that, “what is a corner sink?” you might ask. This sink is
placed in the corner of a kitchen where two countertops meet to form a right angle. It is a useful option for some because the corner of a kitchen can
end up not getting used as often as it could. Why not ensure that the corner is used by getting a corner kitchen sink? This would free up other areas
of the countertop for dish racks or fruit bowls. You also are ensured two sink basins if you choose this type of option. Two basins can be helpful
since you can allocate one side to washing vegetables and another side for dirty dishes.
We have a handful of corner kitchen sinks to choose from. One potential installation type to consider is an undermount corner kitchen sink. Here, the
kitchen sink is placed into the allotted area and the counter goes over the sink showing no edges of the sink. A drop in sink is also an option and the
easier installation method when the edges of the sink rest on the countertop.
Stainless steel is a popular finish when it comes to kitchen sinks. The material is known for its durability and how easy it is to clean. Since the
material is durable, it can withstand some wear and tear before you start seeing any scratches or dents. It is also easy to clean out any marks
or scratches if they do appear. You should also consider the number of holes you need out of your kitchen sink. The holes available will help
determine the type of kitchen faucet you buy.
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Gauge refers to the thickness of the material used to construct the sink. Higher gauge refers to thinner steel while lower gauge refers to thicker steel. The lower the gauge, the thicker the steel and thus, the more durable your new sink will be.