A sink is arguably the most used fixture in any kitchen.
For several years now, we’ve seen kitchens sinks get larger and deeper, notably with apron fronts. Owners talk about loving their deep basins which are great for cleaning big pieces of cookware and — with sliding cutting boards and colanders – handy for keeping unwashed items conveniently out of sight. But I’m always intrigued by differences which is why I’ve been looking at a trio of shallow stone sinks with an eye towards understanding the differences in their function.
An elegant French kitchen in the Vaucluse [top] has one of the shallowest and most unique sinks I’ve ever seen.… Continue Reading