So what's your sink style; steel or stone? Statement or subtle? Country Homes & Interiors help you decide...
Even if your dishwasher bears the brunt of the daily washing-up, every kitchen needs at least one sink. So what’s your chosen style; steel or stone? Statement or subtle? With so many beautiful designs to choose from nowadays, here are some ideas to help you decide…
The crisp white finish of this Perrin & Rowe Double Shaker 800 from Charlie Kingham is a classic staple in any country kitchen. At £547 it offers maximum capacity, can be installed on top of a low cabinet, and the apron front is a beautiful design feature.
Under-mounted sinks keep a low profile, which is great if you’re opting for show-stealing worktops. At £608.40 this stainless steel Blanco Claron 700-U by Cue & Co. looks marvellous alongside a polished plaster counter top, creating an industrial vibe.
It is hard to beat this double-bowl freestanding unit for sheer impact and beauty. The Roche Marron limestone double sink by Artisans of Devizes is carved by skilled craftsmen, and at £2,500, make sure your floors can take the weight before ordering.
Add an extra half-bowl sink to provide essential backup when your main sink is in action. Do make sure you choose a tap with a wide radius pivot spout that will easily cross the divide. Made from high quality ceramics, these Waterford sinks come with a lifetime guarantee. They are 100cm and 50cm by Carron Phoenix and they’re priced at £239 and £219 respectively; a steal in our eyes.
Create a feature with a modern raised-profile inset sink like this chic white granite model by John Lewis of Hungerford. Grab yourself one for £359 and colour-match with your worktops for a subtle modular look.
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