Choose the Best Kitchen Sink for Your Space

Explore kitchen sinks at Frank Webb Home and find modern, retro-chic, or rustic options from trusted brands, including American Standard, Blanco, and Native Trails. Washing dishes and hands, topping up drinking glasses, watering plants, and filling pots and pans are all daily tasks dependent on a kitchen sink, making this fixture one of the most important in your home. We offer several types of sinks to suit the design and layout of your kitchen:

  • Apron and farmhouse sinks feature an exposed front and deep basin, and appeal to the decorator who enjoys nostalgic accents.
  • An easy-to-clean undermount sink attaches beneath the countertop for a seamless look, adding uncomplicated appeal to any kitchen.
  • Dual-mount kitchen sinks can be installed above or below the countertop, making them a versatile option to suit any set up.
  • A bar or prep sink is a practical addition to a large kitchen, or if you have an adjacent butler’s pantry or wet bar and don’t want to travel back and forth to fill glasses or rinse dishes.

From classic fireclay farmhouse sinks to sleek undermount designs in stainless steel, browse our collection of kitchen sinks and discover the ideal fixture for your home.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the best kitchen sink material?

Stainless steel is the most common and affordable material for a kitchen sink. Easily wipeable, a stainless steel kitchen sink will withstand the drops of heavy pots and pans while resisting damage and stains. Available with one or two bowls, stainless steel sinks are aesthetically versatile and can be found in a wide variety of styles to match contemporary, classic, transitional, and industrial kitchens.

Is a single or double kitchen sink better?

While the type of sink you choose ultimately comes down to personal preference, double-basin kitchen sinks offer superior versatility. A two-bowl sink makes separating food waste from dishes easy, especially if you have a garbage disposal: Save one side of the sink for filling pots and pans, and utilize the other for meat, dirty dishes, or other contaminants.

What is the best sink to have in a kitchen?

A standard kitchen sink made in stainless steel with two separate bowls is the safest choice to match any décor or cooking style, but the best kitchen sink is often a matter of personal preference. Our collection of kitchen sinks includes single- and double-bowl options, bar sinks, and dual-mount kitchen sinks to suit your style, budget, and layout. Explore durable stainless steel kitchen sinks tailored to modern and transitional kitchens, or browse classic fireclay, solid surface, or stone sinks to add a touch of rustic appeal to a craftsman kitchen.