If you had to do it all over again, would you choose a single, double or triple sink?Another thing you might ask is whether this question is best answered on instinct (unless you’ve had a lot of time to think about it). More is always better when it comes to so many things, but there are probably more than a handful of people who think a three-basin kitchen sink is too much action.Let’s look at some benefits.Single-Basin Sinks
The single-basin sink
may come with some limitations, but the tradeoff is that you (hopefully) get more counter space and a sleeker, simpler look in the kitchen area. Plus, these types of sinks are typically less expensive and easier to install than more elaborate designs.Another advantage is that you may get more flexibility with the shape and overall size. Many single-basin sinks come in unique configurations that can better accommodate your kitchen space.Double-Basin Sinks
Arguably the most popular design, the double-basin sink
can mean the best of both worlds for a kitchen with enough space: one basin for washing and another one for whatever. Just having a space to set dirty dishes that are on deck is a major convenience.More basin space will also lead to better kitchen efficiency. It can improve prep and cleanup time, and once you throw a garbage disposal into the mix, well … that’s heavenly.Triple-Basin Sinks
Owning a triple-basin sink
is the cat’s meow, especially for big families or the budding chef. There’s always plenty of room for whatever it is you need to do, whether it’s cleaning, prepping or soaking.These also often come with numerous mounting options so that you can have double faucets, sprayers or even drinking water dispensers, and the dedicated basin for waste disposal makes for easy prep, even for two people working side by side.ATGStores.com
invites you to comment on and discuss your favorite sink designs.