You may think that choosing a sink is something simple. There are many questions to be answered, “How many bowls would you like, inset sink, undermount sink, Ceramic, Stainless Steel, Granite?” Take a look through our selection of sinks & taps for some inspiration.
Granite sinks based on granite combine the major advantages of classic granite sinks and composite sinks. The material composition consists of up to 80% quartz, the hardest constituent of granite and a high quality acrylic matrix.
Traditional stainless steel sinks with their clean lines and shapes are very popular with kitchen professionals. Kitchen sinks made of stainless steel offer first class durability that keeps pace with the daily strains in professional kitchens and their extraordinary standards for cleanliness.
Ceramic sinks are the standard for bathroom equipment, but ceramic is also enjoying more popularity as a kitchen sink material, too. Besides its resistance towards limescale and stains, they are appreciated for creating a pleasant, homely atmosphere.