Divided Kitchen Sink Ideas

Install a double-bowl sink in your kitchen to ease cleanup and add style. Browse here to find multiple styles, colors, sizes, and installation types, and decide which sink will fit in perfectly in your kitchen.

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Double stainless steel kitchen sink
Stainless Steel Double Kitchen Sink

    Stainless steel sinks are a gorgeous addition to many kitchens. Make cleanup a breeze with a double sink set into a marble countertop. This sink is perfect for the kitchen and enhanced by the stainless steel faucet. The ivory handles provide a connection between the countertop and the sink. A gleaming sink in your kitchen can enhance the beauty and practicality of the room.

Shapely Corner Kitchen Sink

    Stainless steel countertops and sinks are easy to maintain. Create a chic look in your kitchen with sinks that are installed without seams to ensure that no dirt will be trapped and cleanup will be a snap. In a fun twist, this kitchen features a larger square sink and a smaller round basin set side by side and served by two faucets, one for tap water and another for purified drinking water.

Extra Large Kitchen Sink

    To create more sink space, use two single-bowl sinks that act as one double-basin sink, such as in this kitchen. The sink is the centerpiece of the cleanup center. It also is an integral element of the food preparation and cooking centers. Create a convenient setup by placing the sink between the range and refrigerator.

Double-Bowl Kitchen Island Sink

    A cleanup center housing a double-bowl sink and dishwasher is conveniently located in the island of this kitchen. Here, the white sink matches the white woodwork, fitting in beautifully with the kitchen decor. To ensure that your sink blends with your kitchen, match color schemes through the bowl of the sink or style through the faucet design.

Under-Mount Stainless Steel Sink

    This stainless steel sink complements appliances and offers a neutral balance to some of the stronger elements in a black, white, and orange-red kitchen. The smaller bowl offers a spot for the faucet. Create a sleek look in your kitchen by under-mounting your double-basin sink. Because the edge of the sink sits beneath the countertop, sweeping crumbs into the sink is a breeze, and cleanup is quick and easy.

Unequal Sizes in Divided Sink

    A divided sink does not have to have equal sides. Here, the large basin is perfect for cleaning pots and pans, whereas the smaller side provides a place to fill a glass of water or store the faucet without getting in the way.

Deep Divided Sink

    For a simple and elegant divided sink, stainless steel bowls paired with a bridge faucet offer the perfect look. Here, the basins are deeper than the standard sink, making it easy to hold big pots and a plethora of dishes. If you have a big family or enjoy entertaining dinner guests, a similar sink is ideal. The bridge faucet adds a traditional appeal to the sink and is practical for cleaning.

Stylish Divided Sink

    Ensure that your double-bowl sink fits in with your kitchen by matching style with decor. Here, honed-granite countertops and an old-fashioned faucet contribute to the kitchen's aged charm. Stainless steel makes for easy cleanup in the kitchen. Smooth granite extending straight into the sink connects the sink to the countertops. Create a simple elegance in your kitchen with a no-frills faucet that gets the job done while standing sturdy and graceful atop the sink.

Under-Mount Kitchen Sink

    The bridge-style faucet and stainless steel under-mount sink add upscale touches to this kitchen. Make cleanup a breeze in your home with an under-mount sink that enables crumbs to easily be swept into the basin. The granite countertops extend into the sink, creating continuity in the area.

    A shallow bowl paired with a deeper bowl, such as in this kitchen, allows one side to be used for cleaning pots and pans, whereas the other is perfect for washing fruits and vegetables or filling a glass of water. Another benefit of a shallower bowl is expanded storage space under the sink.

Elegant Divided Kitchen Sink

    Cleanup is a pleasure at this deep, double-bowl sink area. Homeowners ensured a lovely view with windows installed right at countertop height. The stainless steel sink paired with the simple faucet in this kitchen offsets the silver drawer handles found on the cabinetry. Keeping the style simple is a great way to create a quiet elegance that makes your sink beautiful and practical. The under-mount sink installation makes cleanup a snap.

Clever Sink Design

    This home's architectural angles make the kitchen sink a focal point. Stainless steel is a perfect sink choice if your other kitchen appliances match. Silvery cabinet knobs and pulls bring continuity to the space, with the stainless steel appliances adding style and a sensible solution for easy cleanup. A larger basin on one side of the divided sink provides space for multiple dishes.

Elegant Yet Simple Double-Bowl Sink

    For quick and easy installation, use a self-rimming sink where the edge of the sink rests on top of the counter. The white sink basin in this kitchen blends beautifully with the white tile countertop. A simple faucet combined with a filtered water faucet and soap dispenser is straightforward yet elegant.

Integral Sprayer for Quick Cleanup

    Make cleanup quicker and easier by placing your sink in a convenient area next to the dishwasher. This self-rimming stainless steel sink is perfectly accented with a stainless steel faucet that converts to a sprayer in an instant. The cool color matches the countertops. Install a stainless steel sink in your kitchen for the practical element, as well as to match other appliances.

Incorporate the Sink with Your Kitchen's Color Scheme

    Here, the red-and-green tile backsplash is the perfect foil for the gleaming white sink. The white window trim and the grout tie in with the double-basin sink, which provides ample space for food prep and cleanup. For easy installation, use a self-rimming sink where the edge of the sink sets atop the counter.

Place Your Sink in the Midst of the Prep and Cleanup Space

    Position your double sink between the refrigerator and dishwasher to make it the center of the food prep and cleanup work space. A double sink can be perfect for those who entertain dinner guests, as multiple dishes can easily fit into the two basins. Here, the light colored sink fits in well with the black-white-and-gold color scheme in the kitchen. The self-rimming sink makes installation a breeze.

Divided Farmhouse Sink

    To boost your home's country decor, use a divided farmhouse sink that adds both aesthetic and practical features. The deep sink makes it easy to wash pots and pans without splashing water onto the counters. Under mount your sink so crumbs can easily be brushed into the basin without getting stuck in crevices. The white double sink in this country-style kitchen blends in beautifully with the white cabinetry.

Classic Style for Your Double-Bowl Sink

    For a classic element in your kitchen, install a divided farmhouse sink. This angled sink follows the contours of the home, ensuring that it fits in with the architecture of the kitchen. Under-mount installation ensures that cleanup is a breeze, while the deep basins allow multiple dishes to fit into the sink. The white sink blends beautifully with the decor of the kitchen, offset by the white cabinetry and window trim.

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