The second most utilized material is a solid surface kitchen sink which can quickly be either under-mounted or surface-mounted and is also available in a wider range of options than stainless steel for instance. Solid surface materials have grown in popularity in the last few years and are now available in a wide range of color to help you match your kitchen counter tops. While solid surface sinks are not totally scratch-proof they can resist most scratches and when you do get one it is typically able to be buffed out. Additional benefits include being resistant to both heat and stains.
Copper sinks, although not really that popular in this day and age, have a certain character which means in the certain kitchen style, they can perfect the look. With the added charm and almost rustic appeal that these kitchen sinks offer, the more that you use them and the more that they age, the greener/bluer that they will turn giving an extra nostalgic charm to an otherwise dull kitchen appliance.
Stainless steel is the most popular sink material out there and with good reason. Durable, easy-to-maintain and very cost-effective, the sleek metallic effect fits seamlessly into almost any kitchen. If, however, you're looking for something different, you might want to consider granite, which is incredibly resistant to scuffs and scrapes, and offers a contemporary aesthetic that is both understated and imposing.
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