Porcelain is another popular material commonly used on kitchen sinks in older homes. Porcelain kitchen sinks are not as durable or as stain resistant as some other materials.
Enamel sinks are less costly than solid surface and porcelain sinks. They are less durable as they can be chipped from dropping dishes or pots and pans in them. Enamel kitchen sinks require more maintenance and keeping it clean can be a chore.
If you can't stretch your budget to high-quality granite, though, you might be attracted to composite sinks, which are made from a mixture of natural materials and fillers. Coming in at a slightly lower price, they offer some of granite's best qualities, which makes them a great choice. Alternatively, you could opt for the classic tones of ceramic sinks, which combine a brilliant white material with a high-gloss finish to create a dramatic focal point in the kitchen.
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