In the kitchen, a kidney shape sink curve offers additional deck space for faucets in the back.
An irregular kidney shape sink undulates seductively in the counter top. The slight irregularity gives this single-bowl Franke Orca kitchen sink a distinctive beauty beneath Blue Night Granite. The Franke Orca is an incredibly popular sink due to the space it creates for a faucet and soap dispenser in an area at the back of a kitchen counter that tends to be cramped. The sink is set into the granite here with no reveal, meaning that the granite is flush with the inside of the sink. That gives an extremely neat appearance. Another feature that makes the Franke Orca a sought after choice is the integral rim halfway down in the sink. That supports various accessories such as a teak cutting board and a drainer tray. The faucet is an X Trend from Newform, which keeps things modern against the backsplash is tempered green sheet glass from GlasskoteUSA.
Kohler offers a double-bowl, offset kidney shape sink in their Staccato line. While I’m not a huge fan of two bowls this one has a smaller chamber for the garbage disposal and draining and a larger one for other tasks. Another second Staccato model is not offset the two bowls are evenly divided. Unlike the Orca, this sink has a half-positive reveal that allows a portion of the rim to show and for water to cascade from the work top, over the inside rim and down into the sink.
(Source: L.Singh, kohler.com)
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