Sink Shopping; Where To Begin?
When you begin to look for a sink, we recommend determining first what size and layout you would prefer for the space you are remodeling. You can have a large single basin sink, or one that offers a large bowl along with a smaller prep space. You can choose a 60/40 or a 40/60 double-sink, or a traditional 50/50 equal bowl split. Once you’ve made your selection, our Nashville kitchen sink installation experts can help you finish your project.
Nashville Quality Granite can help you decide which style of sink is best for your space:
An undermount sink does have a rim, but that rim is not visible because it rests up against the bottom of the counter.
Farmhouse/Apron Front Sink
Apron front sinks have a lip that sticks out from the counter and are somewhat bare around the other three edges, which allows for a slide-in installation, while Farmhouse sinks can be finished on all four edges, and can be installed either above the countertop or beneath it.
Apron-front sinks are a common design choice for farmhouse-style kitchens, and they also work in kitchens of many other styles. A sleek stainless steel apron-front sink fits seamlessly into a modern kitchen, while a trendy concrete sink can complement an industrial-inspired kitchen.
Drop-in sinks―what some folks call a self-rimming or top-mount sink―have a visible lip around its perimeter, which rests flush on the countertop.