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Question. What is the biggest possible sink I can get to fit in my 24" sink base?
"What size sink fits into a 24 inch cabinet?"
"What is the biggest sink I can fit into a 24" cabinet?"
"I need a sink fast, and I have a 24" cabinet, what fits?"
Believe it or not, we get questions like these a lot. There's good news and bad news. Let's start with the bad news first. You don't have a lot of shape options for this sink base size. In fact, you have two- a rectangle or what we call a "D" sink. [It's a sink that looks like a capital letter D on it's side]. You will also have a single bowl option only, double bowl sinks typically need a bigger cabinet. The good news? We here at DirectSinks are here to help, and walk you through all your options.
First Things First, YOU'RE NOT ALONE!
There were other homeowners in the same situation you're in. And they were able to find the perfect sink to fit their style & needs. There is no need to stress! We will get through this together. You can view some other cries of help below!
"Looks like I will end up going with a 24'' sink base. I plan to have a single bowl undermount sink. What is the biggest sink that would fit the 24'' base? This will be the only sink in my small kitchen. Any recommendations of sinks welcomed!"
"We will have granite countertops and I am told that I cannot choose an undermount sink that is bigger than 19 x 19 for a 24 inch sink base. This is my only sink and that size won't do. Any ideas on how to deal with interior cabinet dimensions of 22.5 x 22.5? I really need some good advice."
What kind of counter top are you getting?
For those getting granite, quartz or a solid surface, you will have the most options to choose from since your sink can be under mount or drop-in.
For those getting a Formica or a laminate counter top, your options are reduced down to topmount aka drop-in sinks. [OR check our Kaaran sinks].
What style sink do you like?
Is your kitchen more traditional? Or are you looking for a more contemporary, industrial look? There are options for both styles. Take a look below at some of our favorites. Traditional sinks have large radius corners, while the newer trend of sinks will have small or zero radius corners. Some will even have drainage lines at the bottom of the sink! In the end, the choice of sink style is 100% yours!
Here are some our staff favorites, that work for with a 24" cabinet: