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The most used appliance in your kitchen
How to choose a kitchen sink
Consider the functions performed at your sink. Including your lifestyle and practical requirements
Plan available space in relation to your dishwasher
Choose your style and type (undermount, overmount, bowl configuration)
Select your tapholes and accessories to enhance functionality
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Kitchen sinks are the most used fixture in your home, so choosing a sink that suits your lifestyle is an important decision in your overall kitchen design. Quality stainless steel kitchen sinks are designed to outlive your kitchen and ultimately be recycled again, so choose a higher standard branded Clark sink, Seima sink or Caroma sink which will last the test of time.
If you are looking to achieve the farmhouse or Hampton looks, opt for a ceramic sink, specifically the butler sink. Turner Hastings sinks have a great range of fine fireclay sinks to suit classic and designer homes.
Match your kitchen sink with the perfect sink mixer tap. With a wide range of colours, shapes and sizes, you won't be limited with style, whether it's contemporary or classic.
What is the most popular kitchen sink?
The Caroma Compass Stainless Steel sinks are a great stainless steel option, suitable for overmount and undermount benchtop installations. It can also come with accessories that all fit within the sink.
See our full range of Caroma Kitchen Sinks.
What makes a good sink?
There is a range of properties that make up a good sink, ultimately a good sink will:
- Last the test of time, outliving your whole kitchen
- Allows you to have ultimate functionality
- For stainless steel sinks, ensure that it is a 304 grade stainless steel (as not all stainless steel is the same)
Which is better undermount of overmount sink?
An undermounted sink is the best option if you are looking for that seamless, modern look. This also makes it easier to clean your benchtop as you can wipe any crumbs and mess directly into the sink.