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When you think sinks, you think utility, style, and timeless beauty. And with so many options, it’s hard to pinpoint which quality is the most important to you. There are also many rooms you can outfit with a new sink — bathrooms, kitchens, home bars, and even laundry rooms are all improved by having a beautiful, well-crafted sink.

Seconds & Surplus has a wide selection of high-quality, stylish sinks. Look over our options to get a better feel for what you can expect when you shop with us.

Kitchen Sinks

The sink is a primary fixture in your kitchen. It can be a design statement, an effective prep and cleaning tool, or ideally, both. However, because the kitchen sink is such an essential piece of your workspace, it’s easy to get bogged down in options that won’t necessarily serve you well. 

Kitchen Sink Basics

At Seconds & Surplus, you’ll find various types of sinks that all have a unique purpose and functionality. For example, a drop-in kitchen sink is typically quite affordable and straightforward to install, making it a DIYer’s dream. But if you’re looking for something that stands out or you need a more expansive space for after-dinner cleanup, a farmhouse kitchen sink might be a smarter choice.

Bathroom Sinks

Sinks are arguably even more of a cornerstone in your bathroom than in your kitchen. You depend on your bathroom sink to complete your morning and evening routines, and since bathrooms don’t have as much space, the sink plays a significant role in the room’s overall aesthetic.

Bathroom Sink Details

A good bathroom sink must be durable and easy to clean. Without these qualities, even the most beautiful sinks won’t stand a chance in most homes. There are a few types of sinks that make this simple. Undermount sinks are the first that come to mind — they ensure that nothing gets caught between the counter and your sink.

Drop-in sinks are popular since they’re easier to install, while vessel sinks focus more on aesthetics. The good news is that if you shop at Seconds & Surplus, you can have any of our sinks for sale and know you’re getting a well-made fixture. That means you can focus on other aspects like design and price.

Bar Sinks

The name “bar sink” suggests you need a dedicated home bar to use one. While they’re certainly helpful in this application, you could easily use a bar sink in smaller kitchens or as a separate prep sink to leave your primary sink open when you’re entertaining.

About Bar Sinks

The traditional use for a bar sink is to clean glassware, prep cocktails, and manage spills close to where all of the action happens, either at a home bar or in a rec room. This sink isn’t as large as ordinary kitchen sinks, but it still provides enough space for cleaning up.

If you want to get more creative, however, there are many benefits to using one of these workstation sinks in your kitchen. The smaller size means you’ll have more counter space — an absolute must for cooking enthusiasts. 

Finish Colors and Materials

Once you land on your ideal model, the customization is only just beginning. It’s time to sift through potential sink finishes and colors — like gunmetal or brass — as well as materials. 

Your sink’s color will mainly affect how much it stands out or blends in with its surroundings. But if you’re set on a specific trending color or finish, know that you might be locked into a particular material.

The sink’s material is critical, as it will impact how your sink performs and how much it costs. 

Some materials, like porcelain, are commonly found in bathrooms because they match many designs. Others, like stainless steel, make phenomenal kitchen sinks since they resist stains, are easy to clean, and have a beautifully modern look. Stainless steel is also a popular material for bar sinks for similar reasons.

All About Faucets

Every sink will need an accompanying faucet. Find the right sink first, because many faucets have specific requirements for installation. You’ll also want a faucet that compliments your new sink’s style. 

The type of faucet you buy will also come down to its utility. A good example is kitchen faucets with pull-down sprayers. These faucets can make cleanup easy, so they’re an attractive choice for homeowners who are redoing their kitchens.

Shop Seconds & Surplus for the Best Sink Selection

No matter where you’re installing your new sink, you deserve one that’s affordable and well-made. That’s why we only sell the best available sinks at Seconds & Surplus. Check out our sinks for sale either online or at one of our warehouses in the greater Dallas area. You’re sure to find the perfect sink for your unique project.