The 8 most beautiful and unique kitchen sinks for your next remodel

Kitchen remodeling offers a great opportunity to customize your space by adding functional features that reflect your individual taste. This includes the kitchen sink. There are many choices for sink materials and colors.

Here are eight beautiful kitchen sink ideas that will inspire you.

1. Faux Finish Kitchen Sink

This French Country-Inspired Kitchen was designed by SHM Architects. The team paired the unique sink with gray cabinets with a distressed faux-finish and luxurious marble countertops to create an old-world feel. Keep in mind, however, that sinks with a unique finish like this one require a sealer to protect their surface.


2. Chic Square White Kitchen Sink

tile subways are a favorite of many. Square tiles can also be beautiful as seen in this modern kitchen designed by Dtile. The backsplash, breakfast nook built into the wall, countertops and white sink are all made of durable square porcelain tile. The uniformity of these surfaces, paired with natural wood cabinets, creates a warm, bright and contemporary space.


3. Hammered Copper Apron Front Sink

Aged copper features can add warmth to your kitchen. This stunning hammered apron front sink in decor blogger Christina Maria’s kitchen is no different. She loves how it stands out in her crisp white cabinets. Christina says that while you can keep these Copper Sinks shiny and bright with regular polishing but the sink’s patina becomes more beautiful with age. The oil-rubbed kitchen tap completes the rustic farmhouse look of her kitchen. It is a modern fixture with a dark finish that gives it a vintage feel.


4. Granite Composite Kitchen Sink

Matte black fixtures look great in kitchens. Take this gorgeous farmhouse-style sink, from the Red Cottage Chronicles. The material is a durable composite granite, which is resistant to stains, scratches and thermal shock. This is especially important. When the sink’s surface feels cool to the touch, the sink won’t crack when hot liquids and pans are placed into the basin.


5. Soapstone Sink and Countertop

Stone features are perfect for kitchens that see a lot of use. They can withstand daily wear and tear. Frank Shirley Architects chose a sandstone sink to create this cottage-inspired kitchen. This material develops a beautiful patina over time. It is also incredibly resilient. The gorgeous stone is resistant against heat, chemicals and stains.


6. Eye-Catching Glass Kitchen Sink

It may not seem like glass would be a good material for a sink. You might be surprised that it’s an option. A turquoise glass sink is a focal point in this family vacation home by Top Notch Design Studio. These sinks are usually shatterproof and resistant to heat, stains, and scratches. Glass sinks are more likely to chip than stone sinks, so they may not be the best choice for home chefs that use their kitchens regularly.


7. Kitchen Sink Perched On Cabinets

This slab-style sink is a modern take on the apron front basin. It was designed by the interior design firm Artichoke. It is not tucked underneath a counter, but sits on top. This gives the white sink a dominant appearance in the kitchen and frees up cabinet space below from having to accommodate a sink basin. It can be difficult to find the right height for the sink and counter with this design. Either the counter must be a bit lower than standard or the sink must be a bit higher (or a mixture of both).


8. Brass Kitchen Sinks

If you want to add a touch of luxury to your kitchen, a polished brass sink is the perfect choice. Titus Built installed two apron front brass kitchen sinks in this kitchen. The metallic goodness doesn’t stop there. brass details can be found on faucets, cabinetry hardware, light fixtures and more, to unify the high-end look of the kitchen.