When it comes to sinks, there are many options these days for consumers, including creating a look all your own by adding a granite flat bottom sink. The flat bottom sink is appealing to some customers that like continuity and those interested in carrying their granite countertops through to their sink. While we definitely sell more stainless steel and granite composite sinks, we do get requests to fabricate flat bottom sinks from time to time.
While I do like the look of flat bottom sinks, I do have to admit they drain a little differently and may not empty as fast as some others.
Let’s take a look at a flat bottom sink we recently fabricated and installed…
White Torroncino Granite
If you are interested in a flat bottom sink to go with your new granite countertops, make sure give us a call, or stop by our showroom.
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These days, there are quite a number of options when it comes to sinks, including fabricating your own. From time to time, we get requests for granite flat bottom sinks. The flat bottom sink is appealing to those customers that like the “granite look” and want to carry it through from their countertop to their sink.
Let’s take a look…
Here are a couple we fabricated that are ready to be installed.
This picture shows the flat bottom sink after being installed at a job site.
Here is another one that shows the flat bottom sink after being installed at a job site.
If you are interested in a flat bottom sink, to go with your countertops, make sure you give usa a call, or stop by our showroom.
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I don’t know about you, but I just love some of the copper sinks on the market these days. They really add a nice look to a room, and work well with granite and other natural stones, as well as some of the engineered stones on the market.
Let’s take a look at a few examples…
Mombasa Granite Vanity Fabricated and Installed by Paramount Granite Company
This photo is from a project we recently fabricated and installed using the color, Mombasa. I think the copper sink compliments the granite very nicely.
Over the years, apron front sinks have made a comeback. Also known as farm sinks, these sinks have a distinct look and typically feature a broad, shallow face with a deep bowl, which works well to accommodate cleaning large pots and pans, or a number of plates. While apron sinks are popular for country decor, they also have become popular for other types of decorating, as well.
Let’s take a look at some apron front sinks I came across…
This photo features a stainless steal sink apron front sink, which works well with the dark cabinets and the granite. The wine holder is also a nice feature!
I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but there a lot of options for sinks out there. While a standard oval, porcelain sink is still popular for the bathroom, many consumers, these days, are opting for something a little different that stands out. With more and more bathrooms, reflecting some spa characteristics, having a variety of sink options available can give a bathroom more variety and add to the overall decor of the room.
Let’s take a look at some interesting sinks I found…