I need some opinions on how best to proceed with a corner sink installation. Our kitchen is a G shape, so we have two corner base cabinets. (Well, have one, will pick up another one tomorrow).
We are doing this on a very tight budget, so we purchased all our cabinets secondhand. The current corner cabinet we have has a lazy susan built in, but has square walls, as below:
The other one we may pick up tonight is the sort that has the cylindrical wall on the inside, like this:
So, two questions:
(1) Which base cabinet should I attempt to install the sink in? The first one with square walls is already installed in the corner that won't have the sink. The countertops are not yet attached, however, so I would need to unscrew it from the wall and the cabinets it's next to in order to use it as our sink base. Just would have to pop the cylindrical one in that space and re-level. The cylindrical one might be a bit more difficult to cut.
(2) Both have solid tops, so we'd have to cut the sink template in both the cabinet top and the countertop. How does one do this? Obviously I want to make sure that the cutouts line up, although at the very least the hole in the countertop has to be a better fit to the sink and the bottom one can have a bit bigger of an opening.