In most households, the kitchen is the center of activity. First, the shape of the bowl is important because you want the shape to work aesthetically with the design of the kitchen and the house itself. 

You've probably heard of zero-radius kitchen sinks, meaning the corners are at a 90-degree angle, they may look great with lots of corner dishes, but generally don't do much considering the extra cleaning required. You can also buy zero radius sink through various online sites.

Zero Radius Sink

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Another consideration, however, should be cleaning and maintenance. Very square bowls are harder to clean, do you agree? If so, take action! We usually recommend a sink with an R12 angle. The style goes well with modern kitchens (or classic kitchens), but keeping it clean is no big deal.

First, if the sink goes into an existing piece, you're limited to that. Again, you should never cut composite brick in your home as dust is very dangerous. 

Stick to the sizes you're limited in, just talk to your local dealer and they'll find something to suit them. Another option is to remove your bench and cut it to size at the factory with a dust collector. It's just not worth risking your health.

Fortunately, most kitchen renovations include new countertops, so you don't have to worry about any exceptions. In this case, your main consideration is the cabinets you want under the sink and making sure the purchase fits in one cupboard.