Drop In Farmhouse Sink
Drop in farmhouse sink – Rather than showing the lip of the sink over the worktop, under mount the sinks install on the bottom of the disk. This adds a sleek look that makes it much easier to clean and wipe the kitchen benches. Drop in farmhouse sink work best with worktops of solid surface materials such as granite and marble.
Measure space for your new drop in farmhouse sink with a tape measure. Write down the width and depth of the available space. Evaluate how you treated the previous countertops. If you are inclined to throw pots and pans in the sink, choose a drop in farmhouse sink that will withstand the effect, such as stainless steel. Even enamel-coated cast iron sinks are heavy, enamel chip and scrape with regular effect.
Consider whether you will make the most of your detergent in the drop in farmhouse sink as opposed to a dishwasher. If you like to wash everything by hand, choose a sink that has two or three sink bowls to make cleaning dishes easier. Buy a drop in farmhouse sink with a low gauge thickness. The lower the meter the number will be thicker and more durable.
Buy a drop in farmhouse sink with a reveal that matches your favorite design aesthetic. Although the entire drop in farmhouse sink install under the worktop, the revealer decides how to see the edge of the sink. Select a sink with positive reveal if you would like to see the counter of the sink. Pick zero reveals if you want the edge of the sink to level with the edge of the worktop.