A Bathroom or Kitchen Sink for Every Home.
The perfect complement to your custom cabinets or new bathroom vanities.
There are very few features in the home that are used as often as the kitchen or bathroom sink. As vital tools, there are quite a few factors that go into picking a sink to fit the desired style and functionality of the homeowner.
Size, color, number of bowls, configuration and even the material the sink is made of make a difference in how well a sink will work in it’s space. While traditional sinks like the stainless steel 50/50 basin have been a trusted standby for many years, farm sinks, 60/40 split basin and shapely sinks have also become the norm.
With close to a dozen sinks on display at JG, a design expert can help you identify the best sink for your space, whether in a kitchen, bathroom or even a basement bar area.
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Also known as a top-mount sink, the drop in sink is mounted with a lip over the countertop. This has been a standard look for sinks paired with laminate for the last 20 years.
Sink is mounted flush with a laminate countertop with no lip. This style can be achieved with granite stainless steel sinks.
This type is fitted into a solid surface countertop using an acrylic sink. There is no lip or seam. The sink looks as though it is blended right into the countertop.
An undermount sink is a classic look for quartz and granite. This look can be achieved with granite or stainless steel sinks.