Here's the deal, I am going to flip my living room & kitchen.
Reason being - we converted garage to living room, due to tunnel vision I now realize we would be better served to make the converted garage into the kitchen dining area. One reason is ease of entry, right now I come in the door & thru the living room to cross into kitchen.......so with groceries etc am tracking in and out.
Second reason and maybe main reason is we have a pool table in the living room, and the size did not allow the table to be situated how I wanted it. The kitchen area is 6 feet wider than the living room space and would allow the pool table to be repositioned......but I digress
I plotted out my existing kitchen cabinets on graph paper, with measurements, and numbered the units. Then I created a new plan using my cabinets & the measurements of the living room.
Only involved buying 4 pieces of the cabinet model that I have.
But when I took my plan to the local supply yesterday the girl told me that if you are going with a laminate countertop she NEVER recommends a corner sink UNLESS you plan on replacing the countertop every year. :hairpull:
She said that you never get a good seal in the corner and water gets in no matter what.
Does anyone have a corner sink, and do you find this to always be the case? I dont notice a lot of water around my sink area now and am not sure if I am missing something.
I want the sink in the corner as it means less of a run to extend the water lines, only about 5 feet if we keep it in the corner.
When I get my plans back from her I will post them, maybe I should have done that before going to her :o)
Anyway would appreciate any input