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Kitchen Islands

Do you lack workspace or storage in your kitchen?

Make the most of your kitchen floorspace by investing in a new kitchen island from Directsinks. Available in a variety of sizes, colors, and styles, a kitchen islands may be the new addition you need to maximize efficiency in your kitchen area. With built in storage and countertop space that can help you maximize your work area, keeping your kitchen neat and functional has never been easier. Finally find a home for your pots, pans, and all of the assorted utensils you have hanging around with one of our many options.

Directsinks offers kitchen island option from top-rated brands like Jeffery Alexander. Still not sure what is the best option for your kitchen? Contact one of our experts through our direct chat or give us a call at 855-827-3700. We’d love to help you find the perfect kitchen island for your space!

Currently the most common  choice for a new kitchen sink is the single bowl undermount. 

In the past decade, Solid Surface counter tops, such as Quartz, Granite, and other various stones, have become closely priced compared to laminate tops. When offered an option between a laminate top and a similarly priced solid top like quartz, most people choose the latter.  

With a solid surface top you now can use an undermount sink. 

Most new Kitchens are designed with using a "sink base cabinet". This can be a corner base ( commonly 30", 36", or 42"), or a linear sink base that measures 24". 27", 30", 33" or 36". Larger and smaller options exists, but they are not common. 

 With this information, now lets look at the single bowl and double bowl sink options. Single bowl options are available from as narrow as 10" wide, all the way to 57" wide - and larger. However, double bowl sinks generally start around 30" wide, and are common at 32"-33" wide, 

Simply stated, More sink options exist for a much larger demand of cabinet sizes.