Choose the right depth for your sink to avoid an achy back, a sore neck and messy countertops
I tend to think bigger is always better. Maybe it’s because I live in Texas. So when it comes to working in my own kitchen, I do love having a nice, wide sink. It offers plenty of space for food prep and cleanup, perfect for our two-cook household. But what about bowl depth? Sure, an extra-deep sink is good for hiding dirty dishes, but it can also do a number on your back, especially if you are of a shorter persuasion.
Here are some tips for selecting the correct sink depth for you and how you use your kitchen.