Sink in non-standard cabinet run?
Our house was built in 1926 and still has the original kitchen. We are in the early planning stages for a kitchen remodel. The sink run of cabinets is not 24 inches deep. On one end it is 23 and on the other it is 21. There are doorways that would complicate installing standard depth cabinets.
So I'm trying to think through a sink installation. Currently there is a wall mount faucet. I do not want to repeat that mostly because we want to enlarge the windows and bring them down to nearly counter height. Also because I would like for the faucet to be easier to replace.
Are there sinks that are smaller front to back? Would an apron front sink work better as it could protrude a bit? I guess we could just build the sink cabinet in the middle of the run a bit deeper and have the cabinets on the sides shallower?
Thanks for any thoughts on this!