Why “everything but the kitchen sink?” Maybe because they’re too beautiful to part with. That’s certainly the case with the kitchen sinks you’ll find here on Homeclick.com. We’ve compiled such a wide array of kitchen sinks across numerous and notable brands that you’re certain to find a match for your kitchen space. Whether you’re looking for a primary sink with multiple bowls or an island back-up used for simple prep work, there’s a kitchen sink here for you. Shop across an impressive selection of kitchen sinks in popular finishes like stainless steel, or search for that unique corner sink with a deep bowl and multiple faucet holes. We’ve got it all!
A critical first step when deciding on a kitchen sink is to determine how it will be used. If the sink is to be a work station regular that sees the daily washing and drying of dishes, you might want to look at kitchen sinks with more than one bowl and a significant depth. Bowl depth in kitchen sinks is given far less consideration than it deserves, and it is one element to the product that should be aligned with kitchen faucet height, as the two combined determine just how much space you have between the bottom of the sink and the spout of the faucet. If you don’t give yourself enough bowl depth and/or kitchen faucet height, you end up scraping and limiting the range of motion of the latter.
There’s much more to consider in addition to bowl depth when choosing kitchen sinks, however. In terms of functionality, number of bowls is also important. For a cleaning and washing workhorse, multiple bowls may be the best choice, as one bowl can accumulate the dirty dishes while one can contain the soapy water used for cleaning. Or one bowl can be for cleaning, the other for rinsing. There are numerous ways to break up the tasks between bowls, but the point is that more than one bowl enables a greater range of options when it comes to using the sink.
Kitchen sinks come in a range of configuration options – or “types” – as well. Selecting a drop-in over an undermount can come down to existing limitations. In a new construction or whole-room remodel, these options are a little broader, at which point the decision can come down to personal preference as well as specific needs.