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What type of Sink are You Looking For?

With various styles and materials available for sinks, we want to give you a quick overview of the types you’ll find at Vevano Home.

Kitchen Sink Types:

  • Kitchen sinks include farmhouse (also known as apron), drop-in, undermount, single basin, double basin, and commercial style sinks. We also carry a selection of garbage disposals and accessories. 
  • Bathroom sinks include undermount, drop-in, vessel sink, pedestal style, wall mount, integrated, console, and accessories. 
  • Laundry sinks include undermount, drop-in, apron style, single basin, double basin, freestanding, wall mount, and accessories. 

Contact us via chat or send an email to design@vevano.com with any questions you may have. 

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Which Sink is Best for You? 

Wondering which sink style is the best fit for you? Here’s a quick run-down of the styles we carry. 

  • Undermount – This means countertop is on top of the sink, instead of the sink being placed on top on the counter. It allows for easy cleanup and maintenance. 
  • Drop-in Mount – This style is placed in the cutout for the sink, with the edges overlapping on top of the counter. 
  • Farmhouse – Also known as apron sinks, this style features an exposed front of the sink with room to lean directly over the sink. 
  • Single Basin – This refers sinks that have one basin, or bowl. It provides a larger area to wash dishes. 
  • Double Basin – Instead of a single large bowl, double basins divide the sink into two compartments. 
  • Commercial – Commercial sinks are rated for the increased use a commercial area would give, ideal for maximum durability. 
  • Vessel – A vessel sink is a large bowl that sits on top of the countertop, instead of within it. It’s designed to be used with a vessel faucet
  • Pedestal – A pedestal sink is the sink basin as well as the pedestal together, typically mounted to a wall. 
  • Wall Mount – These are mounted directly to the wall, freeing up floor space below. 
  • Integrated – Integrated means the sink is made from the same material as the countertop for a seamless transition. 
  • Console – This style is mounted to the wall or freestanding, available with two legs or four legs for additional support. 
  • Freestanding – This type stands on its own, not requiring additional support like the console does.