We have all seen undermount sinks in various applications from kitchens to bathrooms and bars. We usually come away remembering that style of the sink as something classy, upscale, modern, etc, but when it comes down to adding an undermount sink to our own home we struggle to figure out just which one it should be.
The good news these days is everything you need to know is available right here on the Torvausa.com online store. Gone are the days of visiting a dozen stores over the course of a couple of weeks to see all the choices in order to make the right decision on what to buy. Now, you can grab a cup of coffee and sit at your computer and have access to all the information on undermount sinks you could ever hope to find. The truth is, you might find more information than you can handle! But if you stick to researching style choices and basic, functional information you should be able to avoid information overload.
During your research, you are likely to find out rather quickly that stainless steel undermount sinks are by far the most popular choice in the kitchen. There is a good reason for this. When you mount one of these sinks under a solid surface like granite or marble, the result is a very classy, upscale, and clean look to the sink area. Typically this sink would have a single pull faucet paired with it and that adds to the clean look as the sink area is kept clear of any visible flanges and seams between the sink, faucet, and the countertop.
Don’t just stop with a stainless steel sink and assume if so many other people do it, it must be the best choice. You should go far enough in your sink research to make sure you have enough information to make the best sink choice for you. Consider less popular choices like undermount copper sinks, undermount granite sinks, and undermount glass sinks. All these are far less popular than the stainless steel choice, but in the right setting, they are all absolutely stunning and are the kind of addition to a kitchen that will have your guests talking about your sink long after they leave your home.