Consider the type of countertop and cabinet sizes where the sink will rest, and whether the scope of your project is new construction or replacement before choosing your new sink.
Installs easily, just drop it in and let the rim complete the look
Mounts from below the countertop to provide clean lines
Features deep, wide basins and an exposed front
Review our Kitchen Sinks video for additional information on material types, mounting options, size, number of basins and holes and more.
Consider the look and cost of the material
before choosing your kitchen sink.
Also, give some thought to how you plan
to use your sink and the layout of your kitchen.
This heat, stain and rust resitant metal has a neutral tone that fits most kitchens
Enamel and porcelain fired at extreme temperatures makes this sink harder-than-rock, and attractive, too
Make a statement with this elegant metal, a natural fit for any kitchen because it resists rust and bacteria
Get a bright, smooth, glassy texture that’s easy to clean and lasts for decades
Blends rock and resin and lends an elegant design that offers durability and a long lifespan
At The Home Depot, we know how important it is for you to have the right kind of kitchen sink. Choose from a variety of materials - copper, cast iron, enamel, granite and stainless steel kitchen sinks - to make the space yours. Customize your kitchen sink with a beautiful and functional faucet to really make a statement.
Consider the number of kitchen sink basins you'll need to make your kitchen more convenient while prepping your meals and cleaning pots and pans after a large family gathering. Choose from single, double and even a three compartment sink, also referred to as commercial sinks. Select a kitchen sink that will work well and hold up to years of daily use. Basins such as a cast iron kitchen sink, deep kitchen sink, single bowl kitchen sink and a porcelain sink are examples of sinks that are simple, yet attractive - which is a key element to your selection.
While picking the right kitchen sink can be a daunting task, you need to choose the right one for your kitchen and needs while taking into account the surrounding area as well. Adding a white kitchen sink, black kitchen sink, or bar sink can serve as a decorating focal point. Make sure to check out other nearby fixtures such as counters & stoves to make sure your sink will look proportionate while choosing a size that will fit your specific needs.
Next, give some thought as to the mounting type that will best fit your space. Farmhouse sinks are very popular with an exposed front and deep basins. Drop-in and undermount sinks offer a modern and traditional finish to match your decor preference.
Lastly, think of how many holes you'll need for your faucet, soap dispenser, pull-out hose and more.