Taryn here, with another roundup!
Is there anything more necessary in a kitchen than a big, deep, unobtrusive sink? I think not.
At my new Boston pad, I have the most glorious single basin, deeper than deep, undermount, stainless steel sink. It’s fantastic and I do not know how I’ve lived my whole life with dinky little sinks. Never Again!
If you have the space, go as wide as you can like with the 44” Kohler down there. The image I’m showing of it with the optional wood cutting boards in place illustrates a new way to think of the sink space in that it can double as more countertop space.
I’m also only showing undermounted and apron fronts because I would never specify a top mounted sink for my clients, so I won’t recommend one to you.
If anyone buys that 44 incher, please let me know!
Kohler Dickinson 33” apron front :: Kraus Standart Pro stainless apron front :: Kohler Riverby undermount :: Rohl Undermount basin in copper :: Kohler matte black double basin undermount :: Kohler 44” single basin undermount
Photo is from Kitchen remodel in the home of Create & Cultivate founder, Jaclyn Johnson. Photo by Monica Wang. via Elle Decor