All of the Latest Trends in Sinks

Sink Colors & Textures to
Elevate Any Style

Modern Farmhouse Style & Elegance

Sinks in All Shapes and Sizes

Stainless Steel

Stainless steel is a classic sink material capable of tolerating any temperature. They are hygienic, strong and are made with sound insulation to reduce the sound of running water in the bowl and to retain heat better during dish washing.

Cast Iron

Cast iron sinks are available in a wide variety of colors, styles and prices. Their heavy foundation means they will be long-lasting. The material retains heat well during dish washing and the surface is scratch-resistant with a lustrous finish. Installation for a drop-in cast iron sink is less labor-intensive than installation for an undermount cast-iron and can therefore be a source of savings.

Silgranite

Silgranite is available in 8 popular colors and offers a variety of designs. With rock-hard durability and the ability to withstand heat up to 536º F, you can count on their durability. Now with a new, smoother surface it remains resistant to scratches, stains and household acids.

Fireclay

Fireclay sinks are available in undermount and farmhouse apron styles with either a traditional flat front or decorative band at the top. Molded from fireclay and baked at high temperatures for a nonporous and durable finish, these sinks are scratch and stain resistant. Finished with a porcelain glaze, they have long-lasting durability and shine and are easy to clean. The think material reduces the sound of running water into the sink.

Farmhouse Apron Copper

Copper sinks offer a nostalgia to old-world craftsmanship with the beauty and durability of modern materials. Copper is a naturally anti-microbial material and will not turn green with typical indoor use.

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