Activities in the kitchen can be complex and we excel at planning for your interactions between the various zones in your bespoke kitchen. A sink or sinks would normally come under wet activities, often grouped with basic food prep, the dishwasher and bins. We’ll help you choose from the wide variety of styles and materials available in kitchen sinks.
Form and function
Our designers will ask you to consider both form and function. For example, very square angular stainless steel sinks look fabulous in modern kitchens, but may be easier to clean if the corners have a slight radius. Double sinks are a great solution for preparing food and cleaning dishes at the same time. In cooks kitchens we often use stainless steel alongside plenty of prep space with robust work surfaces. In this type of upscale kitchen large sinks are a must and boiling water taps very useful. Check out some of the sinks available.
In open plan spaces it’s practical to zone your contemporary kitchen into wet/ prep areas, cooking/ chopping and fridges and storage. Choose the style of sink and material, which best suits your lifestyle, and look out for the quality of manufacture. There are many types to choose from including Belfast, Butler and Farmhouse sinks in ceramic or porcelain, under-mounted sinks, which offer a seamless look with no visible rim.
Materials and finish
Under-mounted sinks are very popular in our streamlined luxury kitchens as they provide a neat appearance and because there is no rim they are easy to keep clean – scraps can be wiped directly into the sink. A solid surface such as Corian offers a completely seam free finish. Other choices include statement materials like copper, concrete, toughened glass or an integrated sink in beautiful marble. Take at look at some of the choices we can offer.