|The two-bowl model from Kohler (above) maximizes
its area with tight corners
With so many styles, colors and materials out there today for your kitchen sink it can be hard to decide which one is the right one for you? So today we are going to focus on stainless steel kitchen sinks with more types and styles to come. We hope to give you a better understanding of each material and how it can benefit you and your home.
Stainless steel is still the choice of as many as 75% of all buyers. Yet offerings go far beyond traditional one- or two-bowl sinks to encompass large workstations that resemble cleaning and food prep areas found in commercial kitchens. As sinks keep pace with the commercial-style appliances that many homeowners are installing, prices have risen accordingly.