How to Choose the Best Kitchen Sink
Choosing the best kitchen sink can transform your food prep and cleaning routines for the better. The key to finding the ideal sink for your kitchen is to first evaluate your space and then determine your family’s specific needs. Once you know what you are looking for in a sink, our showroom consultants can help you to decide which options to narrow down. Kohler sinks offer top-notch quality and innovative designs in a wide range of materials and colors. Navigate through this assortment by determining the size, material, and functions you need for your home.
Start with your installation type:
Did you know that kitchen sinks come in an array of installation types and configurations? From top-mount kitchen sinks to apron-front, or farmhouse sinks, your sink has the potential to become a unique focal point in the kitchen.
Top mount sinks are easiest to install, often used with laminate countertops, sink rim extends above countertop surface.
Undermount sinks are mounted beneath your countertop, used with solid-surface, stone and quartz countertops, easily sweep debris off counter and into bowl.
Apron front sinks are notable for their attractive front panel or apron, short apron option lets you install with conventional cabinetry.
Tile sinks are specially designed for installation in a tile countertop and has square corners.
Choose a bowl configuration best for your cooking style:
Increase your kitchen’s functionality with extra basin options; for instance, a double basin allows you to use each basin for one basin for scrubbing and the other for rinsing. Single-basin sinks make soaking and scrubbing large pots and pans a breeze. A triple basin option comes in handy for draining pasta or rinsing produce when the other basins are full.
OFFSET BOWL SINKS
SMART DIVIDE SINKS
Single bowl sinks are ideal for washing large pots and platters.
Offset bowl sinks feature space and separation for washing and rinsing, typically one large and one small bowl.
Double equal sinks feature separate bowls offer a versatile workspace in the sink, full range of depths including extra-deep bowls.
Smart divide sinks feature dividers that are half the height, offering the openness of a single bowl with the function of a double bowl, accommodates large cookware.
Determine the materials you prefer:
Kitchen sinks can come in a plethora of different materials, including stainless steel, composite material, and stone. The best kitchen sink material for you depends on your preferences, your kitchen’s style, and your budget. Decorative finishes are also options to consider. You can choose to mix or match a faucet finish to other metals within the kitchen.
KOHLER ENAMELED CAST IRON
NEOROC COMPOSITE MATERIAL
Additional Features & Accessories:
Kitchen sink accessories can enhance your kitchen routines with helpful features like sink racks, baskets, cutting boards and colanders. Make it easier to clean and organize with soap dispensers, sink strainers and disposal flange, and trash cans.
SINK RACKS AND BASKETS
CLEANING & ORGANIZING
Kitchen Sinks at Weinstein Bath & Kitchen in Collegeville, PA
For many, the kitchen is one of the most important rooms in the home. It is the place where family members tend to spend the most time in preparing food. However, when homeowners plan an improvement project for their home, they often overlook the kitchen. Is your kitchen sink in need of an upgrade? Ask our showroom consultants to guide you through our newest kitchen sink selections.