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    Base Panel (CS-BP9624-1/4")


    $95/ Piece


    Base panel skin 96"W * 24"H single side finish


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      Product Model CS-BP9624-1/4"
      2. Get the Right WidthNo matter how many bowls you prefer, your cleanup sink should be wide enough to soak platters or lasagna pans. Single-bowl sinks are commonly 30 to 36 inches wide, while double-bowl sinks are frequently  33 to 42 inches wide. You may want to bring your favorite large dish along on your sink-shopping trip to be sure it will fit inside your chosen sink. If space in your kitchen is limited, I recommend choosing a single bowl so that you have the greatest amount of continuous sink-basin width. Muffley & Associates

      3. Make a Wall-Facing Sink WorkWhere in your kitchen should you place the cleanup sink? My philosophy is that great views or social kitchen islands are best used as the prep space, rather than the cleanup space, because you’ll likely spend more time prepping than cleaning up. As a result of prioritizing the prep sink, the cleanup sink will often face a wall. That’s OK, because there are a number of design strategies that can add to a wall-facing sink’s function and style. Kitcheneering

      If you already have abundant storage, consider eliminating the cabinet above your wall-facing cleanup sink entirely.  Standing with a cabinet in your face is no fun, and the cabinet can get in the way of cleanup tasks. Instead, this space can be a great spot to hang art, create display shelves or make a feature of your beautiful backsplash.