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    Narrow kitchen island needs a narrow sink

    I'm remodeling my kitchen and want to add a kitchen island area.
    But, we are tight on room and the island needs to be very narrow.
    A standard island sink may be too wide. Do you have any narrow sink suggestions I can look at?

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    Usually for a standard-size kitchen island, you can use a small bar sink.
    If even a bar sink may be too wide for your island, I do have a suggestion.

    Some manufacturers offer long and narrow sinks called trough sinks. Like the name says, the rectangle shape does resemble a horse trough.

    But don't let the name fool you. These are beautiful high-end kitchen island prep sinks. Usually an under-counter installation, a trough-style sink may allow you to add a usable sink to your narrow countertop. Collect your final island measurements and work with your supply house to see if all will work out.

    Bottom line: If you go with a trough sink, hopefully you won't end up with a deserted sinkless island.

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