Sink reveal

rebecca3142August 19, 2014

I am going for a positive reveal in the kitchen, for some reason I am unsure what to do for the bathrooms. Even though it is undermount, would a positive reveal look slightly more traditional than a negative reveal?

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Mr_Garden

What sort of sink is it? From the kohler undermounts I've seen, they're very unfinished along the top; I opted for a slight negative reveal which appears to be the standard (vs nice stainless steel sinks in kitchen)

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suzanne_sl

We just had 2 bathroom sinks like Mr_Garden's installed, one each in our 2 bathrooms. They have a slightly negative reveal. The same granite guys did our kitchen sink 3 years ago with the flush mount that I prefer. When I asked they said that the lip tends to be finished only just a bit past the downside curve, so even a flush mount leaves a bit of the unfinished lip showing. They also said that the newer sinks they get seem to have even more scantily finished lips that the ones they got last year.

    Bookmark   August 20, 2014 at 11:50AM
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