Kitchen sinks: an endless range of possibilities

When it comes to renovating your kitchen, there are certain elements that are key, and one of them is the sink. It plays a fundamental role in the kitchen and, together with the worktop, it is one of the areas that is used the most, so choosing a sink that is both practical and beautiful is the perfect combo. To help you with this choice, we'll show you a myriad of materials and types of kitchen sinks; you probably didn't know there were so many possibilities!




Types of kitchen sinks by material

01. Stainless steel sinks

Stainless steel sinks are the most popular because of their ease of cleaning and resistance to heat and impact, which ensures high durability. Moreover, due to the wide variety of designs and prices, they are suitable for kitchens of all styles and budgets. However, these sinks are susceptible to scratching, and may eventually lose their shine over time, so special care should be taken when using them. 

02. Neolith sinks

 Neolith kitchen sinks are the best option when taking all their features into account, as they offer low porosity and high resistance to scratches and impacts, and can withstand high temperatures. Moreover, when it comes to aesthetics, this type of sink is available in a wide variety of colours and textures (smooth, polished, satin and rough), and it integrates perfectly with your Neolith countertop. There's a whole range of designs!



03. Ceramic sinks

Another type of kitchen sink is the ceramic sink, which is very popular in the kitchen, but in addition to its decorative value, it also provides resistance to scratches and high temperatures, and maintains its shine for a long time. One example is the ceramic sink in the picture, which blends in with the Neolith kitchen worktop in the Himalaya Crystal model, giving the kitchen a timelessly chic aesthetic. 


However, ceramic sinks are more susceptible to staining in the long term, and can sometimes break if they are hit too hard.