Semi-recessed Sink Uses Countertop Cut-out to Form Bottom of Sink

MTI Baths introduces its Continuum semi-recessed sink.MTI Baths introduces its Continuum semi-recessed sink.

MTI Baths introduces its Continuum semi-recessed sink.

MTI Baths introduces its Continuum semi-recessed sink.

MTI Baths introduces its Continuum semi-recessed sink, created in partnership with kitchen and bath designer Matthew Quinn.

The Continuum offers a sleek, sophisticated style. Its construction uses the countertop cut-out to form the bottom of the sink, creating an illusion of a seamless design that allows the striations of the counter material to visually flow through the sink. Only the top two inches of the sink rim rest on the countertop, although that may be extended up to 4.25 inches on request. The total dimensions for the sink measure 21 by 16 by 2 inches, and leveling feet are included to support the cut-out in the sink baths.

As part of MTI’s Boutique Collection, the Continuum is manufactured of proprietary Engineered Solid Stone, a non-porous mixture of natural ground materials and high-performance resins that is 100 percent solid and easy to maintain. Because nearly 65 percent of the material is organic, the sink is considered environmentally friendly.

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