According to the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA), under counter sinks are the most popular facilities. “A built-in sink is attached to the countertop or above the vanity from below the surface,” says Tuttleman. “There is no ledge in the path and it allows you to wipe water directly into the sink,” she says. And this facilitates cleaning – and cleaning. In addition, a built-in sink does not occupy a valuable workspace such as the styles on the countertop.

Tuttleman usually chooses a rectangular or oval contoured option. However, she notes a disadvantage. “Once installed, it is unlikely that it can be removed for future redevelopment,” warns Tuttleman.

According to Erin Davis, principal designer at Mosaik Design & Remodeling, when choosing the right sink for your space, everything is based on functionality, use and aesthetics. “Most people want a built-in sink because of the ease of cleaning and because it’s the app that seems the cleanest.”