The post is sponsored by Elkay. All opinions are my own.
If you had asked me a few months ago if I was team single or double bowl sink, I would have laughed and said “of course team double!” Mainly because of the separation of clean vs dirty dishes that it allows, right? WRONG! Y’all! Having a single bowl sink has really changed my life and I’m sort of mad that I never knew what I was missing out on.
I recently added the The Crosstown Workstation sink and Avado Single Hole Kitchen Faucet and it has been a game changer. The Crosstown Workstation sink is the ideal solution for homeowners looking to maximize workspace in the kitchen. Custom accessories, included with the sink, slide back and forth along a built-in sink ledge allowing you to conveniently go from washing and chopping to straining and even clean up without cluttering the counter.
The Avado Single Hole faucet is super stylish and gave a nice update to my kitchen.
I love all of the accessories that make prepping fruits, veggies or whatever a breeze, and it really just looks so good!
The additional options for prep space across the sink, are perfect for kitchens of any size, but I love having the option since my kitchen is on the small side, with limited counter space. It’s essentially given me an extended countertop.
I also love the fact that you are able to dry dishes using the interchangeable accessories. While we use our dishwasher mostly, this is perfect for the times when we need to wash only a few dishes at a time.
Not mention how much the depth of the sink hides dirty dishes. That alone was a selling point for me:)
Here is what my sink and faucet looked like before.
Not terrible, but you can understand why I love my updated sink and faucet. So funny how something that seems so simple can change the look of the space.
Now that my sink has been updated, I can’t help but side eye other items in the kitchen that need a refresh, so hoping to tackle those soon!
Let me know what you think about my new sink and faucet!
Thanks so much for stopping by. Until next time!
I never thought I’d like a single sink but this one is pretty neat! I love all the attachments and uses this one includes to keep things off the counters. We’ve been thinking about updating our countertops and a new sink will come with that. 🙂
Did you have to have your countertops re-cut to accommodate the new sink. If so how big of a project/cost was it?
Yes, I didn’t know that I would need to. But it ended up costing a few hundred extra because of that!