The Best Kitchen Corner Sinks

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Corner kitchen sinks, sometimes also labeled butterfly sinks, can be a solution for a kitchen with limited space. These sinks are available in a variety of colors and material types. Prices can range from a few hundred dollars to a few thousand dollars.

Kindred-2-Bowl Corner Kitchen Sink

  • This self-rimming sink that is constructed of stainless steel, with a mirror finish. This Kindred double bowl sink has a depth of 8 inches. This sink is installed using a standard installation sink mounting system. It can be purchased online or at big-box home supply stores.

Kindred Granite Series Top mount Corner Double Bowl

  • The Kindred Granite Corner Sinks are a new concept in durability and strength. This material (quartz bonded with acrylic resin) makes a rock hard material. This hardy material allows the sink to be chip, scratch, stain, and scorch resistant. These sinks clean up easily and always look brand new. There is one faucet hole, but can include another knockout for an additional sprayer, etc.

Houzer Legend Top mount Corner Bowl Stainless Steel Sink

  • This sink is made from type 304 stainless steel making this sink more resistant to dents, stains, and corrosion. The sink is resilient, resists bacteria and is scratch-proof. If you are looking for a low maintenance corner sink, this is a good choice.

Elkay Dayton Elite Stainless Steel Top Mount Corner Sink

  • This sink is made from 20 gauge stainless steel and is available in three or four hole configurations. This corner sink is easy to clean and functions seamlessly in the kitchen. According to consumer reviews, this corner sink is easy to install and has a very attractive design.

Whittington corner Double Well Drop- In Copper Sink

  • This corner sink is made out of 16 gauge copper. It has been hand polished which adds to the beauty of this sink. This sink is more expensive than the other sinks listed here, but if you are looking for a luxurious sink this one may be for you. The sink features one hole for a faucet and an additional hole for a vegetable sprayer, soap or lotion dispenser, etc. The bottom of this corner sink is slightly angled to assist in water drainage. The inside corners of this sink are rounded to make it easier to clean and maintain.

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