The type of sink you place in either the kitchen or the bathroom may be decided by the amount of space that you have available. This is certainly a consideration in many bathrooms where space is definitely at a premium.
A great way to maximise the amount of space available in a room is to use the corners, a part of a room that often becomes dead space if not properly utilized. Corner sinks have been designed to make use of the small bathroom corners and there are also larger kitchen corner sinks that also allow you to better use the layout of your room.
No matter whether you are looking for a porcelain bowl or a vessel sink that will provide you a little more avant-garde flair, they are all available as corner sinks.
In the bathroom you may want to choose between a couple of different styles of sinks where the bowl is a single unit. Your corner sink may either be a wall mounted style of sink or a pedestal sink. It is also possible to buy a corner vanity unit that will hold a small corner sink that will also provide you with the option of choosing your faucet layout as well.
In the kitchen the only place that provides an appropriate place for the sink to sit is in the corner of the room. This doesn’t mean that you will have to make do with a small and inadequate sink arrangement. There are many kitchen corner sink units that are quite expansive and will provide you with a great deal of room for dish washing. Of particular note are the granite and stainless steel corner sinks that are set up with a bowl on either arm of the counter providing you with ample room.
Not only do these corner sinks come in large versions but some of them are also very stylish. It is worthwhile browsing carefully through all of the options available to you, particularly if you are looking to be inspired by something.
Take a look at the various corner sink options available here: