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Sink reveal

Posted by rebecca3142 (My Page) on
Tue, Aug 19, 14 at 22:58

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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RE: Sink reveal

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)

This post was edited by Mr_Garden on Wed, Aug 20, 14 at 11:15

RE: Sink reveal

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.

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