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Trusted Regina Kitchen Store Wheatland Fireplace, Kitchen & Bath Discuss Modern Kitchen Sink Designs

Your first step into the beautiful Wheatland Fireplace Kitchen & Bath Regina showroom will help you understand why Wheatland has been given the Thumbs up by Trusted Regina in the kitchen category. Wheatland loves their customers and as a result, their customers love and TRUST them. In their latest kitchen tip, they share modern kitchen sink designs that attract attention. 

Modern Kitchen Sink Designs That Look to Attract Attention

A kitchen sink is one of those things that you can’t do without. It’s not by any means a decoration but an absolute essential. Modern kitchen sink designs come in all kinds of shapes, sizes, and materials to not only accommodate your everyday needs but also become a nice decor accent in the kitchen. And while custom sinks will always look more resplendently incredible, manufactured designs usually provide more functionality. It’s not to say that you won’t be able to find a sink for your budget that will also look ideal in your cookroom, though.

Cool Modern Kitchen Sink Designs

Undermount sinks seem to be most popular in modern kitchens because they make for that sleek aesthetic for which contemporary style is known and loved. Though such a sink doesn’t attract much attention, being mostly hidden within an island or cabinet, it may create a beautiful colour contrast with the countertop.

Modern kitchen sink designs often come with additional accessories that can be most useful like shallow basins and chopping board covers. Corner sinks are great because they allow utilizing every inch of space in a small kitchen, adding functionality to an awkward angle that would otherwise look empty.

Shiny Metals

Metallic sinks don’t only look sleek and contemporary but they are generally easy to maintain. That’s why they’re so popular. Virtually immune to staining, their only issue may be scratching, if you aren’t careful during cleaning. Weathered brass is less commonplace than stainless steel, but there is a good reason to try it out. It already looks worn but in a pleasant way, and it’s something different.

The beauty of stainless steel is that it’s easier on the wallet, and it goes well with any kind of material. Wood – check, concrete – check, weathered wood, Corian, granite, and even marble can withstand the cold of stainless steel. A modern stainless steel kitchen sink is usually a rectangular deep basin with a sleek faucet. There are many variations on the theme, though.

Double-bowl steel sinks are also an industry standard, and why wouldn’t they be? Convenient, sleek, and contemporary – they do what they have to, and don’t cost as much.

Farmhouse Sinks

Farmhouse sinks are as popular as ever. Breaking the continuous flow of a countertop, they protrude forward to announce their presence and bring a bit of a rustic vibe to the place. Farmhouse sinks aren’t plain white anymore. There are just too many materials out there for them to stick to that and not evolve. If you want to stick to plain white, it’s your call, but you can really give it an update by adding brass details like a faucet and cabinet handles. Together they lean towards rustic modern rather than completely old-fashioned and traditional.

Many farmhouse sink designs are hefty things, but there are exceptions. And if your countertops are thin, you may need to opt for a basin with thinner walls. A double farmhouse sink made of stone is something completely special. It can look both modern and traditional, depending on the interior, but it will always stand out as a strong focal accent.

Precious Stones

Speaking of stones, marble is arguably the best looking of them all, and it makes for a perfect material for a beautiful kitchen sink. Only it isn’t if you don’t like high-maintenance design. Marble is porous and so is prone to staining; you’ll need to keep an eye out for regular maintenance. On the other hand, it looks incredible. It never looked as modern. So if you aren’t an avid cook, it may be the right kind of splurge.

Even though stone is thought of as a rigid material, it can succumb to the sculptor’s hand. It can equally succumb to artists and professionals who specialize in crafting oddly-shaped sinks. Built-ins aren’t limited only to storage. Sinks and entire parts of certain rooms can be built-in, and still, look nice and dandy.

Double Bowl

Double bowl modern kitchen sink designs have their special place in a contemporary cookroom. They are simply convenient. A double basin is perfect for separating fresh produce from dirty dishes. If you are very meticulous about cleanliness, a double bowl sink is a perfect choice. If you don’t want to commit too much space to a sink, a small basin will do for washing food.

Shallow basins may not work well for doing dishes, but they are perfect for washing your fruit and veggies. You don’t have to fish them out of a deep bowl, but let it soak in a shallow dish with a special small drain. It also clearly differentiates between which bowl does what, which can be very helpful for someone other than the host.

Smaller basins for food also make sense, when you want a sink with a dish draining surface. It just gives you more bang for your buck. Some modern kitchen sink designs are simply made for those who cook a lot. So in order to make it easier for them, these sinks have a ton of features and functions and then some – kind of like a chef’s dream.

Shallow Waters

Shallow sinks generally have no advantage over deeper ones, but they may encourage you to do your dishes more often. Your sink doesn’t have to be big depth-wise. The contemporary approach is to slim things out, so you can find shallower rectangular basins that are spacious enough. A step within the sink makes for a great dish drain. You can also use it to wash produce, if you have a pull-down faucet.

Deep Sinks

Deep sinks are less tricky. You can hide them inside a cabinet or a kitchen island. They can hold lots of produce or dishes at once, and they can still look pretty. Hammered copper is one of the latest trends in modern kitchen sink designs. They look cool and attractive and go well with different styles.

Farmhouse-style sinks can be quite deep, but they also look great, so don’t think twice about taking advantage of the fact.

Unique Modern Kitchen Sink Designs

Unique modern sinks are still all about functionality. The basin, the faucet, and the drain come first, but they are the core. The rest may vary and look rather unusual.

Non-Typical Shapes

Sinks of unusual shapes may not always be practical, but when did that stop anyone from using them in design? It’s supposed to look beautiful, isn’t it?

While the most modern kitchen sink designs come in a rectangular shape, this is an atypical variant, seeing as it’s incredibly long. A single revolving faucet ensures water access to both basins, one of which looks more like a platform for dish draining. A slim sink doesn’t seem too practical, but it can have its advantages. You wouldn’t want to keep dirty dishes in such a tight spot.

Modern kitchen sink designs can be as beautiful as they are functional. If you want, you can make yours the very focal point of your kitchen, which is especially possible in minimal inexpensive kitchens.

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