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bar sink in a kitchen islandShopping for a new bar sink?This type of sink is perfect for a prep area, wet bar, or just an extra sink in your home. There are different shapes, sizes and materials available to fit your every need. We carry a large selection of home bar sinks in many finishes such as copper bar sinks, stainless steel bar sinks, porcelain bar sinks and more! Bar sinks are available in top mount and undermount options. Receive free shipping on orders of $100 or more. You can buy online or call 855-827-3700.

Bar sinks, also called wet bar sinks or prep sinks, are often a useful addition to home bars and kitchens. They are often small sinks, often used in places where there is a limited amount of counter space, such as in a home bar or on a kitchen island as a companion sink to the main kitchen sink. Bar sinks can be installed in several configurations, such as one or two bowl, top mount, or undermount styles. Top mount bar sinks are also called self-rimming or drop in sinks; often set into a countertop with a rim that props the sink up, these sinks are easy to maintain and install, and have a solid seal to prevent leakage into the cabinet. Undermount bar sinks will sit underneath the countertop, so that the edge of the counter where the sink is dropped in are cut out and finished, since it will be visible.

When it comes to choice of material for your wet bar sink, choose one that fits in well with the décor of the cabinet or countertop into which it will be installed. Composite sinks are made from metal, porcelain, and resins, which makes them resilient and resistant to scratches and damage. They are available in a wide variety of colors, which makes them a good choice for colorful bathrooms. Another material commonly used is acrylic, which has similar properties to composite. However, if you are going for beauty and aesthetic appeal, you may want to choose bronze bar sinks, copper bar sinks, cast iron bar sinks (with a porcelain coating), granite bar sinks, or stone bar sinks. Stainless bar sinks are very common, and also gives a classic look to your sink, which makes it a good all-round choice for your bar sink.

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