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Size your sink to the window above it. Homeowners often install kitchen sinks underneath windows, preferably a window with a nice view. But some homeowners overlook how these two elements work together. Now, that is not to say your sink and window need to match widths exactly, but it can look odd to have a superwide sink set below a skinny window or vice versa. Size your sink to your budget. This might be obvious, but it's all too easy to fall in love with a huge, gorgeous, apron-front sink you see on Houzz only to find that it is priced well above what your budget will allow. Very few of us can afford to install all top-of-the-line materials, fixtures and appliances in a kitchen, so it's helpful to strategize what you are going to spend money on and where you can save. Personally, I'd rather splurge on my countertops or kitchen floor than the sink. After all, you can get a perfectly fine 20-inch-wide stainless steel undermount sink for less than $200. Check out eBay, Craigslist or your local salvage yard or building material resale shop for a deal.