Bar SB2 - Copper Bar Sink
Bar sinks are specifically designed to help you up your entertainment game. Whether it's utilizing water in a sink attached to what our parents may have known as a wet bar, so that you don't have to leave your guests while you make drinks, or it's a quick space to pour out the liquid remnants of an evening well spent on your way to the dishwasher, a bar sink can help improve the functionality of your kitchen without taking up very much space at all.
That's where CopperSmith's undermount copper bar sinks come in. Our large bar sink, named so for being longer than the traditional bar sink, is available in sixteen or fourteen gauge metal. We recommend selecting a metal that matches the other sink in your kitchen space, and to ensure a variety of options, this sink is offered in stainless steel, brass, and copper. Additionally, you can customize your final product with the metal texture of your choice. You can keep things simple with a clean, smooth texture, or pick something a little unique, like a hammered pattern, to add a touch of style to your kitchen design.
This sink model comes with a three and a half inch hole to install your water pipes, and would work well in both a commercial kitchen and a residential kitchen. It can even be installed in home bar setups away from the kitchen, to make your happy hour more accessible and efficient. This sink is safe for indoor and outdoor use, and because of the high-quality metals used in its construction, will withstand the test of time, so long as you ascribe to a semi-frequent cleaning and maintenance schedule. Need more details? You can find more detailed instructions regarding how to take care of your metal kitchen equipment on our blog.
Why keep a bar sink in your home? There are a variety of reasons why a wet bar might be right for you. The first consideration, of course, is convenience. You'll be glad not to have to compete with your partner in crime for the opportunity to rinse your hands, or pour out the remainder of a used drink before hitting the dishwasher. Additionally, if you choose to install a wet bar outside of your kitchen, you can free up space in your kitchen when entertaining. This way, the person cooking can focus on what matters, and you can focus on entertaining your guests, away from the hustle and bustle of the kitchen. Finally, did you know that a bar sink might increase your home value? It really might! These days, homebuyers are looking for options that allow them to entertain in home, and a bar sink may appeal to many looking to do just that.