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June 5, 2009 / Ann Porter, CKD

Integrated Sinks add Luxury to Laminate Tops

hd sink kitchen designIn recent years laminates have begun to look rich and luxurious with textures and the appearance of depth.

Now, with an HD® Sink from Wilsonart, you can complete your top with an undermount sink and have the look and performance of an integrated sink previously only available with expensive solid surface and stone countertops.

The new HD® Sinks, available in two colors and five styles, provide more options for homeowners who are looking for affordable luxury in a tight economy.

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  1. DesignTies / Jun 5 2009 11:42 pm

    These integrated sinks look great. Why didn’t someone come up with this idea sooner?! Hmmmm… why didn’t *I* come up with this idea, patent it, and make a fortune?! ;-)

    Kelly @ DesignTies

  2. Marc / Jun 16 2009 11:32 am

    Wow amazing design ,very luxurious kitchen faucets.Mainly the laminated tile with the sink,it is enhancing the looks.
    I love such kitchen faucets.

  3. Melissa / Dec 24 2009 6:50 am

    I have one of these integrated sinks by Karran in my laminate. It looks to be a near-identical installation, and I would advise against it. The edges of the laminate are all getting nicked and chipped from bumping pots and pans. If I had it to do over, I’d never do it again. I would do a Silgranit drop-in. It’s a great idea, and I love the integrated part, with no rim. But it’s not wearing well. Mine isn’t even a year old, and there are two noticeable chips, and several little nicks. Sort of falls into the, “if it seems to good to be true, it probably is” category.

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