15 Most Pinned Kitchen Sinks

Are you tired of your plain white, dated sink? Take a look at this list we’ve compiled for you of some of the most popular and pinned kitchen sinks. Not only for their design, but for their functionality as well.

Farmhouse Sink
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Photo Source: improuk

One of the hottest sinks at the moment is known as the Farmhouse sink or the “apron sink”. Farmhouse sinks are known for their chic basin style design, this one incorporating taupe wooden cabinets, and matching granite counter tops. Topped off with stainless steel faucet and accessories. A very fresh and clean look!


Prep/Entertainment Sinks

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Photo Source: Amazon

Having a much smaller, secondary sink at hand in the kitchen could make a big difference in your productivity and workflow while you’re cooking or baking. If your main sink if full of dishes or someone is currently using the space, you can simply pop over to your mini sink to wash your hands, rinse out your glass, or maybe even fill it with some ice cubes & leave a bottle of wine in there to chill. How lovely is that?

Trough Sinks


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Photo Source: Baczewskiluxury

If you and your partner love cooking together as a fun hobby, then you know what a struggle it can be to fit two people into a small kitchen with little and shared sink/counter space. Well, maybe installing a trough sink in your kitchen would be the the ideal solution for you! Because of it’s lengthy design, it can fit three to four faucets and drains. You still get to share the same space with your partner while you cook, but you won’t be bumping elbows anytime soon… Unless it’s intentional of course.

Seamless Sinks

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Photo Source: hgtv

Seamless sinks are very popular because they give that modern and unique touch of your counter top actually transforming before your eyes into your kitchen sink. Also, cleaning this style of sink would be very easy & quick and it’d be very difficult to damage or scratch!

Kitchen Island Sink

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Photo Source: Homestratosphere

Having a kitchen island sink can make things a lot easier when you are cooking for a lot of guests and need all the counter space you possibly can get for preparation. You can easily step away from your clean work space to sanitize your hands, utensils, plates and glasses.

Copper Sink


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Photo Source: rlsbb

Copper sinks give a lovely touch to the right kitchen! This one is also an apron style sink, like the very first sink we showed you. The aged looking copper with this flower and vine design really brings in a country feel to this kitchen, and it looks great paired up with that granite counter top.

Corner Sinks

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Photo Source: casualhomefurnishings

Maybe you have an odd corner in your kitchen where nothing really fits or looks right in there? Check this idea out, these homeowners decided to place a secondary sink there to fill up that empty area, and we think it looks great! Plus like we’ve mentioned before, it’s always nice to have a little extra sink space.

Black Sink

 

 

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Photo Source: mobshield

So white, silver and copper just aren’t your style. Take a look at this cool circular drop sink in the color that never goes out of style, black! If your kitchen is full of dark cabinets and accents, go with a black sink to bring it all together!

Stand Alone Sink

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Photo Source: designbrainy

Stand alone sinks are perfect when you have a limited space and just need enough room for one. It’s functional, a smart space saver, and so very chic all at the same time! Some cool features about this standalone sink, is that it closes up like a cabinet when you don’t feel like staring at your kitchen space. Also, it has enough room for a mini fridge to fit underneath! How much sweeter can this possibly get?

Concrete Sink

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Photo Source: furnitureteams

Nothing beats the sturdiness and strength of concrete! This style apron sink would look lovely in any luxurious kitchen, and the pressed detailing to the sides add a warm elegance to the simplicity of the concrete. Whoever says concrete should be used strictly for sidewalks is totally wrong and this proves it!

Outdoor Sink

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Photo Source: lasvegasbailbondsman

Who doesn’t love having a good BBQ or outdoor family gathering? Having an outdoor sink like the one above would be so ideal if you have a passion for grilling. No need to run inside to rinse off your hands or dishes! That says it all.

Stainless Steel Sink

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Photo Source: douczer

Stainless steel has always been a staple for kitchens everywhere, and there’s very good reason for that. It’s sturdy, incredibly beautiful and it lasts. This take on a stainless steel sink looks better than ever! A very modern looking apron style that is sure to please anyone who walks through your kitchen.

Antique Stone Sink

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Photo Source: antiquefireplace

There’s something about natural looking stone that is just breathtaking when it’s incorporated into home design. Sure polished, cookie cutter counter tops and sinks are nice, but nothing can beat that preexisting, natural beauty. It truly livens up the room.

Brushed Nickel Sink

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Photo Source: nativetrails

Nickel is a nice option for a clean looking, modern kitchen. The apron style sink above has a lovely dimpled feel to it that really adds some nice texture to this space. If you have a ton of smooth surfaces working together in your kitchen, it doesn’t hurt to add one that is a bit out of the box. It truly takes this kitchen to the next level!

Rustic Sink

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Photo Source: kapitu

If you’ve been waiting for a rustic kitchen sink, here it is! You can’t help but feel like you are in a little cabin in the forest while your washing the dishes in this sink. This proves that simple can be comfy, cozy and beautiful too!

Please take time to let the designs “sink” in and then you can start your own DIY project!

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