Are Single-Basin Sinks Superior?

For as long as I can remember, I’ve lived in homes with double-basin sinks. Although I sometimes find myself cramped for space, I’ve developed inherent habits that instruct me to use the left side for rinsing/washing/pre-dishwasher purgatory and the right side for drying hand-washed items.
I may not be ready for my own kitchen renovation, but I spend an inordinate amount of time thinking about my dream kitchen. One of the focal points of that area? The sink. And thanks to a post from Megan B. at Shelterrific, I find myself being swayed to a deep, single-basin model.

Like most people, Megan found herself with a relatively shallow, double-basin sink upon moving into her home. She sought something more functional that would “eliminate the wasted space that exists in a double basin.”
One successful trip to Home Depot later, Megan opted for an 8 1/4-inch deep stainless steel single-basin sink, along with a functional and eye-catching new faucet fixture. She proclaimed installation “a breeze,” and also gained more under-sink cabinet space despite the new sink’s deeper size.
Now it’s your turn to weigh in! What type of sink is in your kitchen? Would you prefer a different model? And which do you think is most functional: single-, double- or triple-basin sinks?
Photo courtesy of Shelterrific

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Katy Schamberger
Katy Schamberger is a Kansas City-based freelance writer, editor, blogger and author who weaves experience as a journalist, magazine editor and Chief Content Officer to create compelling, engaging copy that informs, entertains and inspires action. Oh, and she likes to take photos, too, especially of architecture, food and cocktails. Welcome!