Kitchen sinks and faucets come in a variety of finishes and styles, so finding a combination that suits your style and budget is easy. Not only do you have a choice of kitchen sink materials, including concrete, solid-surfacing, stone, copper, and other precious metals, but the sizes and shapes can also be customized. There are corner sinks, apron-front or farmhouse styles, trough sinks, undermount sinks, and bar/prep sinks. And there is the vast selection of kitchen faucets from which to choose. Bridge faucets, pot fillers, pull-down faucets, and bar/prep sink faucets available in polished chrome, oil-rubbed bronzes, nickel, and other precious metals are among the faucet choices. Browse through the featured kitchens here and make note of how other homeowners successfully tackled issues such as kitchen sink placement and whether a single basin or double basin was used. Understanding their reasoning and applying it to your own kitchen will ultimately result in a sink and faucet duo that succeeds in both form and function. And don't miss our kitchen sink and faucet buying guides, which outline everything you need to know about choosing these kitchen essentials.
Get dozens of ideas for adding a farmhouse sink to your kitchen. In farmhouse or modern kitchens, apron front sinks are at home. They come in a variety of materials, from fireclay to stainless steel, to fit any budget.