Re: Kitchen Sinks21
Aug 29, 2011 10:27 pm
this was 'ours' for many years.. even the kids were bathed in there from time to time
Where you are coming from is where you are going to...
Re: Kitchen Sinks24
Aug 29, 2011 10:48 pm
Like I said certain sinks, not all.
Bam, that's why I only want one cut out definitely not two. Accidents happen and I'd prefer to not risk chips. Even though hubby is a stonemason I'd prefer to not have to fix chips etc etc..
Re: Kitchen Sinks25
Sep 05, 2011 9:12 pm
Re: Kitchen Sinks27
Sep 06, 2011 5:53 pm
Very nice ... very modern!!
For info on our build: viewtopic.php?f=31&t=43093
Built the McLaren by Dechellis - slab down 22 Feb - handover 30 Aug 2011 - and gardens finished 9 Dec 2012!!
Re: Kitchen Sinks28
Sep 06, 2011 6:07 pm
Very nice ... very modern!!
Thank you... we are really happy with the choice.. its much cheaper than an undermount but still giving us a modern look on our island bench.
Re: Kitchen Sinks29
Sep 07, 2011 11:04 pm
I'm not the only one that likes this sink
It was the only sink that I could find that had the simple lines and look of an undermount sink but was an inset sink without a drainer.
As I will have Laminex worksurfaces I must have an inset sink which I was rather upset about until I found this sink.
Soooo pleased that I found it!!!
Re: Kitchen Sinks31
Sep 13, 2011 2:01 pm
That's a very chic looking sink for someone that also wants a drainer.
Re: Kitchen Sinks33
Sep 16, 2011 2:47 pm
Re: Kitchen Sinks35
Oct 18, 2011 12:05 am
I haven't got a chance to take photos of my flushed mounted sink, got lock out, but I have a photo of it being top mounted when I visited the home show. It looks just like that in the photo, you won't be able to tell the difference in a distance until you actually run your fingers over it if that makes sense to you.
Built: Modified H3nl3y S0h0 Q1 in Melbourne :- Never again
Re: Kitchen Sinks37
Oct 18, 2011 12:07 pm
That is a beautiful sink. One of the few stainless steal ones I like.
In the end, it was cheaper for us to buy an Abey composite sink (got a smashing deal online) and we wont have to worry about scratching as we are bitterly disappointed with how scratched our current stainless steel sink is.
now all we need is a house to put it in
Re: Kitchen Sinks38
Oct 18, 2011 1:57 pm
We were looking at an undercount so you can wipe the benches straight into the sink, but could not find anything with a large enough bowl that wasn't too huge, so ended up with the Franke Karst inset mount (so level with bench top).
http://www.franke.com/kitchensystems/au ... karst.html
What cinched the deal was Winnings had a special on that day we were there (actually to buy a washing machine and dryer for the new laundry).
Re: Kitchen Sinks39
Oct 18, 2011 2:41 pm
We are going with drop in as I was worried about chipping the stone with an undermount. I chose a double bowl with no draining board to make the most of our bench space and show off as much of the stone top as possible.
This is the one we are getting, Daintree double bowl from Abey. It comes with draining board, dish rack and bamboo cutting board.
Tradelink have them on special as a package including a pull out mixer tap for $569, or $559 for the undermount.
Our build with Cavalier Homes https://forum.homeone.com.au/viewtopic.php?f=31&t=51264
Sign in or Join to reply to this Topic
9 more posts
arcadeltFull depth sinks? Extending benchtop....Full depth sinks? Extending benchtop....
These are often called Butler, Belfast or Farmhouse sinks, so search the Internet on those names and you will find plenty in different shapes and sizes. They might not…
Taniaimrankitchen countertop and flooring in black and white kitchenkitchen countertop and flooring in black and white kitchen