Kitchen Design Idea – Seamless Kitchen Sinks Integrated Into The Countertop
Inspiration from Beau-port Kitchens.
Integrated kitchen sinks or seamless sinks are great for a number of reasons. They create a modern and streamlined look, they make cleaning the counters a much easier job, and they prevent the growth of mold in and around your sink.
They can also be made from a range of materials, including stainless steel, Corian and concrete, allowing them to fit into any kitchen design. Let’s have a look at 7 kitchens that all have integrated kitchen sinks.
1. White countertops seamlessly become the sink in this kitchen, helping to maintain the clean look and feel.
Inspiration and photography by jjLocations
2. This kitchen island has two sinks that are both made from the same material as the countertop, with no seams between them.
Designed by naturehumaine. Photography by Adrien Williams. See more of this project here.
3. The large sink on this island seamlessly turns into countertop on all four sides.
Interior designed by Dominic Gasparoly and architecture by Khalid Watson of GWdesign. Photography by Dana Meilijson. See more of this project here.
4. These two integrated sinks showcase the beauty of marble by allowing the striations to continue from the countertop down into the base of the sink.
Designed by Il Granito. Photography by Tineke de Vos.
5. The seamless integration of this stainless steel sink allows crumbs and food waste to be easily swept from the workspace right into it.
Designed by Keen Architecture. Photography by Dion Robeson. See more of this project here.
6. This concrete kitchen features an integrated sink that gives the wood and concrete a more modern feel.
Designed by Onix Arhitects. Photography by Peter de Kan. See more of this project here.
7. Integrated sinks aren’t just for big kitchens. This mini kitchen has a seamless sink, too, making spills easier to clean up.
Designed by INC Architecture & Design. Photography by David Heald. See more of this project here.
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