Kinds Of Kitchen Skins
1. Undermount Kitchen Sinks
Undermount sinks provide a smooth, seamless look in your kitchen, and make cleanup easy, since they sit flush with the countertop and have no visible lip.
2.Drop-In Kitchen Sinks
Drop-in sinks, or self-rimming sinks, feature a rim or lip around the outer edge of the sink. Easy to install, the sinks are dropped into a hole in the countertop and then fastened. Drop-in sinks come in a host of shapes, sizes and configurations to accommodate kitchens of every size.
3. Utility Sinks
Utility Sinks add functionality to the laundry room or provide a place for cleaning, food preparation or hand washing in commercial and industrial environments. Made of strong, durable stainless steel, utility sinks come in several shapes and sizes to suit a variety of situations. Laundry/Utility sinks are perfect for soaking laundry, washing paintbrushes and other household tasks. Hand washing sinks are available in several configurations, including some with towel and soap dispensers, side splashes, risers and foot pedal operation. The floor mop sink mounts to the floor for easy draining of wet mops.
4. Front Apron Sinks
Large and deep, front apron sinks are reminiscent of sinks found in old farmhouses, with their exposed front panel and sturdy construction. Front apron sinks, or farmhouse sinks, as they are often called, have come into the spotlight again, and are now available in stainless steel and copper and with plain or decorated fronts, in addition to the original fireclay.
5. Bar/Entertainment Sinks
Bar/entertainment sinks are essential for the bar area or as a second kitchen sink installed in a kitchen island. Available with drop-in or undermount installation, bar sinks are a versatile addition. An extra sink provides room for a second cook, or for cleaning and food preparation to take place at the same time in a busy kitchen. Bar sinks come in round, oval, square or rectangular shapes and are available in stainless steel, copper, brass, bronze, fireclay and cast acrylic .