Sink Into these trends
Sinks make a statement. Classic options, like a stainless double bowl, are humble and timeless. That’s never a wrong choice. But these days, it’s one of many options. Here’s a deeper look at three trends worth everything…and the kitchen sink.
Apron Front Sinks: Farmhouse Forever
Add a timeless design element to your kitchen: the farmhouse sink.
It brings charm and durability, suiting traditional decor and
cozy urban design, alike.
Luxart offers the apron-front sink design in varying materials. Choose from sleek stainless steel or strong silgranit in nine different stain and chip resistant finishes.
Because there is no cabinet to cover the front of the sink. the beautiful, enduring sink material is revealed, adding a warm heirloom aesthetic to the heart of your home.
The Mother of all Sinks: Self-Rimming
A self-rimming sink (also knows as top mount or drop-in) is installed on top of a countertop. The sink lip rests on the counter, holding the sink in place, hence the name “self-rimming”. It works with all countertop materials and faucet mount options, every cabinet finish and any design style. It is typically mounted in minutes with only a bead of caulk under the edge.
Self-rimming sinks may not be the trendiest, but they will always be on trend because of their versatility, affordability and ease of installation. These sinks are not intended to be the focal point. Instead, like a mom who boosts everyone else up, they make the rest of the kitchen or bathroom look better.
Granite Sinks: Resistance is Futile
We’ve all had that moment – we see something so special that we yearn for it. Something so unique and impressive we think it must be expensive, so we try to resist. Granite sinks are one of those pine-worthy items. They boldly go where no sink has gone before. To a place where resistance IS futile… Resistance to scratches, scuffs, chips, chemicals, stains and high heat, that is.
Granite composite sinks are about 80 percent granite and 20 percent acrylic resin. This combination is extremely durable, has the look and feel of matte stone, can be cleaned with nearly anything and is available in a wide variety of colors at an extremely affordable price.
Oversized Sinks: More to Love
We’re taught that size doesn’t matter. And in most areas of life, this is true. But when it comes to the kitchen sink, large is taking charge. Oversized, single bowl sinks are gaining in popularity because of one undeniable benefit: big pots and pans fit with room to spare. No more dirty water splashing onto the counter, the floor or you. So it’s a perfect blend of form and function with plenty of room for love.