While one-bowl sinks are almost ubiquitous in domestic kitchens, there's a lot to be said for some of the alternatives. Two-bowl sinks, for example, offer enough space for you to do food preparation and washing-up at the same time, without the risk of dropping your carrots into soapy water. However, they do take up a lot of space, which means they might not be suited to smaller kitchens where space is tight.
One-and-a-half-bowl sinks offer a good compromise, giving you an extra area that doesn't eat up too much surface space. There's still a lot to be said, though, for large one bowl sinks, especially if you have a dishwasher. A big single sink allows you to soak larger pans and dishes that won't fit in the machine.
Soapstone has been used for ages through out the world. Setting hot pots or pans directly in your soapstone sink will not affect the surface. Soapstone is non-porous, it is resistant to bacteria and chemicals. Soapstone is a very durable material, but it can be scratched, usually they can be sanded out.
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