The kitchen sink is a very proud element of the kitchen and is essential to a functional workspace. The positioning will determine your workflow. If you install a dishwasher you may want a different type of sink.
First thing to think about will be the Sink Bowl. Would you like a single or double bowl? Would you like them to be the same size? If you're planning on installing a dishwasher you may not require an integrated drain board.
The Sink Form should primarily work best around your working requirements. If you have a large family and no dishwasher, perhaps a large rectangular sink bowl may be best to hold all those dirty dishes. Fewer mouths to feed may lead you to go for something smaller. Aesthetic considerations should also be made when considering a sink as it isn't a kitchen element that is typically concealed.
Sinks very much vary in size. Typically, a single bowl section is around 40cm, but there are sink bowls which get up to 80cm wide. Again, practical considerations must be made - deeper bowl means more dishes can be held out of sight and more space in which to clean them.
Taps are very important. Typically, taps are steel with a chrome, stain, brass, or copper finishes. There are alternatives to typical taps, also; telescopic kitchen taps help you attack dishes at angles; pull-out rinsers help you clean vegetables with ease; incorporated soap dispensers keep the space from getting crowded.
Accessories, typically left for the last minute, should be considered before hand so our designers can make sure their work integrates everything you may need. Think: waste disposal units, wall-mounted drain boards, wire baskets, etc.
Sink sits on top of the counter and sealed. This is the most common solution.
This is a flush solution between the sink and countertop.
This solution carries the countertop into the sink, aiming for a consistent aesthetic.