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The humble kitchen sink is perhaps the most important part of any kitchen, not just for its practical purposes, but for its aesthetics as well. It's not too bold a statement to say that the kitchen sink can make or break a kitchen.
Whether it's stainless steel, composite granite or brilliant white ceramic, you will find a great range of top quality sinks here at Tap Warehouse. There is a fantastic selection nowadays, including options with just a simple single bowl, as well as the very popular 'bowl and a half', or 1.5 bowl sink. This gives you a large main bowl and a secondary smaller bowl - a perfect choice for practicality in the same overall footprint as a 1 bowl sink.
If you've got room, why not a double bowl sink, with 2 separate similarly proportioned bowls for all your rinsing, soaking and washing needs. Combine this with a swivel tap or pull out kitchen mixer and you can use one bowl for washing down your fruit and veg whilst simultaneously soaking some hard-to-clean pots and pans.
The array of colours available nowadays is similarly impressive, with everything from black or anthracite granite stone sinks through to ceramic white and brushed or polished metals. Or if you're feeling brave, German manufacturer Schock makes composite stone sinks in some very bright colours, as well as numerous shades of greys and browns.
As always at Tap Warehouse, our stunning range of kitchen sinks come complete with healthy discounts and large savings off the manufacturer's RRPs. Shop today and save.
Buying Guides & Advice
What if we told you that you can have a luxury kitchen sink for less than the cost of your weekly shop? That’s right! Scrap that plan to sell lemonade on the weekends to save up the cash. Instead, carry on reading and we’ll guide you through completing your kitchen build on a budget.
Discover the intricate differences of our granite composite kitchen sinks and compare the various shades of white, cream, grey and black between manufacturers.
Belfast kitchen sinks. Strong, generously sized, gorgeously English. The envy of butlers from here to the Royal Kitchens. Hence its nickname the “Butler Sink”.
Deciding on the best material for your kitchen sink is hard, so this guide has been created to help take some pressure off. We'll discuss the pros and cons of stainless steel, granite composite and ceramic kitchen sinks to help you make an informed decision on the right one for you.