Does a single bowl sink hide dishes better?
What is better at hiding *clean* pots and bowls and pans: a single bowl sink or a double-bowl sink?
I'm considering putting my sink into an island/peninsula that will be visible from the livingroom/dining room.
So it's important to me that the sink be able to hide dishes.
I don't need the sink to hide the small stuff: I'm pretty good about immediately putting it in the d/w.
What concerns me is the big stuff: all the pots and bowls that I currently leave drying overnight in one half of my double-bowl sink.
If you are using a single-bowl sink, can you dry your pots in one half? Is there a certain minimum size of single bowl you'd need so that the act of cleaning another item wouldn't mess up the drying item?
Or perhaps I should just reconcile myself to the fact that I'll have to put away my pots immediately after cleaning them.
It would be great to have some input on how you deal with stuff that's drying.