Farmhouse Sink Inset- A stainless-steel farmhouse sink sits center in this kitchen peninsula that separates the kitchen from the eating area. A second sink, mounted in the island, helps out when two cooks are in the middle of meal prep. Dining Room, Aprons Sinks, Kitchens Remodeling, Farmhouse Kitchens Stainless, Kitchens Ideas, Kitchen Sinks, Farmhouse Sinks, Stainless Farmhouse Sink, Kitchens Sinks
Stainless-Steel Sinks An 18- to 20-gauge steel sink is the most often used because of its durability and strength, but the newer 16-gauge steel sink, which is thicker, is less noisy. Pro: Affordable, easy to maintain, and long-lasting. It should be cleaned with a nonabrasive cleanser, and a satin finish disguises most water spots and scratches. Con: Stainless steel can scratch; if you prefer a shiny finish, you will need to clean and buff out scratches occasionally.