We bought a new motorhome with a round kitchen sink. It wasn't one of the things on our list of must haves....or deal breakers. We focused more on the floor plan and storage. I would rather have a DEEP round sink than a shallow double one. The double ones are really not good sized double ones and things don't really fit well in them anyway. I admit I was at first not happy to have a round sink, but it really works out okay as it is a deep one.
I love having a double sink. The big side is used for washing hands and dishes. The small side hold the dish drying rack. It does double duty as a place for me to put the dish soap bottle, scrubber and anything else that might move about while were driving. I find it a great place to stash things like extra water bottles when were on the move. Our counter top is one of the angled ones which provides enough working room around the sink so we leave the sink cover at home. For me I think I have to have two sinks so not sure they could do that with the round one.
I keep hearing, double sinks with one side smaller than the other, is my Forester the only one out there with both sides the same size? Large
Interesting you say that - we had a Lance truck camper that had 2 large double sinks - kind of spoiled me. Our Class A has a large and a smaller sink. It does work for us as both are a good size but it seems strange to me that a small unit had space for 2 large sinks and a bigger A does not.
I still think I would have trouble with a round sink. If you only have one (round) sink, where do you put your wet dishes before you dry them?
Having to store a drain rack/tray takes up cupboard space for something that could be stored in a spare sink.
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