A kitchen sink may not be your first thought when considering a kitchen remodel. Let’s face it, when someone walks into your kitchen, the sink is probably not the first thing they notice. If you have your kitchen remodeled, you may lavish over cabinetry, flooring or appliances. Rarely, do you give first thought to your kitchen sink.
Yet, in today’s modern kitchen remodel, with so many options, the kitchen sink deserves more than just an afterthought. It truly is the focal point of a modern Kitchen remodel and design. It is the necessary prep and clean up item that deserves not just great design and functionality, but also quality of material substance.
Choosing a Kitchen Sink
In every kitchen, the sink is, no doubt the most used item. It is used every day by multiple members of the household. Today’s kitchen remodels often include built-in items such as cutting boards, utensil trays, tea drawers, drying racks and colanders.
Therefore, kitchen design, including kitchen sinks have become just as popular as the other items associated with a kitchen remodel. With all the different designs, how do you decide which design is right for your kitchen remodel?
Roeser Home Remodeling Can Help
Roeser Home Remodeling can help you make the right decision regarding style and design. You want your kitchen sink to fit the style of your kitchen remodeling project, while still providing the best function and form. So, what are your options?
In the St. Louis area, while there may be overall popular kitchen remodel designs, including kitchen sinks, there are many designs that deserve your attention. What’s “popular” may not be entirely what you have in mind, or work for your lifestyle. Many homeowners are opting for larger single-basin sinks that make room for the clean up of bulky pots and pans. Often, these larger single-basin sinks are accompanied by smaller prep sinks that allow for easy clean-up of fruits and vegetables.
Kitchen Sink Design
There are several types of designs from which to choose. Let’s consider just a few.
Self-Rimming – are durable, affordable and easy to clean. The most popular material for this sink is usually stainless steel.
Undermount – are installed below the countertop for a sleek seamless look. This type of kitchen sink design makes countertop clean up a breeze. This sink is usually made of enameled cast iron.
Apron – are designed with the country farmhouse look in mind. Historic, timeless, and designed to take you back to your roots but with a modern flair. These apron sinks come in porcelain, stainless steel, and copper. An added modern twist is also the incorporation of bamboo into the ageless apron sink giving it a new look and design aesthetic altogether.
Prep – were already mentioned regarding a supplement for a larger capacity bowl type sink. What wasn’t mentioned was that prep sinks come in a variety of shapes, styles and materials. Prep sinks are a great addition to your kitchen remodel regardless of the type of larger sink you decide upon. Think functional.
Integrated – are mainly designed to flow with the look of your countertops. Today’s modern integrated sinks are usually seen in conjunction with sleek modern styles of Quartz or Marble countertop materials. Many times, integrated sinks are considered high-end regarding kitchen beauty and functionality.
Island – have gained in popularity because you can add more functionality and space with this type of sink. Use of heat-resistant countertop materials and copper sink add to the overall beauty of the design.
Roeser Home Remodeling of St. Louis hopes this gives you some food for thought when it comes to choosing the best kitchen sink for your family and lifestyle. Function, beauty and style does not need to be compromised just because your kitchen sink is the most used item in your kitchen. Call us today and let Roeser Home Remodeling help you with options for the best kitchen sink to fit your needs and style in your kitchen home remodeling project.