I have a double sink right now and I don't like it. When I try to wash a pan, I have trouble because neither bowl is large enough to sit the pan down. If this were my forever home, I'd switch to a large, single basin sink. However, between watching real estate shows and talking to the guys in the showrooms, it seems that most people want a double basin sink. So...what to do?
Here are the double basin options. The first two have one large basin and one smaller one. The third has equally sized basins. All are under mount, of course.
I have a garbage disposal that is attached to the left basin of my current sink. I think I would keep it there. If I went with the different sized basins, should the garbage disposal be attached to a large basin or small one? I think it should be on the large basin, but I'm not certain.
The single basin options are little more basic: square or rectangle. I think the squares are for people with deep counters or corner sinks, so I'd go with the rectangular sink on the right if I did the single basin.
Because of the input I got in the showroom, I think I'm going to go with the double basin sink with the larger basin on the left. I'm not crazy about double basins, but at least having a larger area on one side will allow for larger pans to be cleaned.
I'm curious. Do you have a single or double basin sink right now? Do you covet the other style or do you like what you have?