Yes, the word need is pretty strong. But I have to tell you how this single bowl kitchen sink has greatly enhanced my life!
Quartz Counter Tops
We recently had quartz counter tops installed in our kitchen for an amazing price! Since I’ve always had 50/50 sinks, I knew I wanted to at least try a single bowl. We cook almost every night & cleaning up is my least favorite thing to do. The pots took forever, partly because until this sink was installed, we did not have a garbage disposal! I had to continuously empty the nasty sink strainer. My big pots didn’t fully fit in the sink so I usually got soaked while doing dishes.
Now, I can easily fit my big Dutch Oven pot, mixing bowls, and other various plates & bowls ALL into the one sink. I like having the counters clean, even if I’m not doing the dishes right then. The baking pans can lay flat to soak if they get burnt crust embedded while baking.
Mopping or other cleaning is a breeze with this giant sink.
Where to Buy
Here are some great sources where you can purchase a single bowl under-mount sink. You may even be able to install yourself, depending on how your current sink is attached.
Apron Front Sinks
There is nothing quite like the look of an apron front sink. However for our project, we would have had to pay an additional fee (or find our own sink). The counter front would have to be cut. Also, I’m sure I could not have a ceramic sink combined with my clumsy self. Pretty positive our dishes would be broken in no time. But it could work for some of you- just get the single bowl!!!
Cost & Sources
Quartz Counters with stainless steel undermount sink (incl installation): $1537 Local Atlanta > Atlanta Stone Creations
Hansgrohe Faucet: $179 (on sale!) at Costco
Succulents: $3.99 at IKEA
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