Kitchen Sinks Guide

Kitchen Sinks Guide

  1. Considerations

  2. Installation

  3. Bowl Configuration

  4. Materials

  5. Other Considerations

  • Choose a material

    Would you like a choice of gorgeous hues ranging from pale to powerful? Are you interested in a subtle matte finish, or do you have your heart set on the classic look of stainless steel? We’ll help you decide.

  • Choose a material

    Kohler Enameled Cast Iron

    No other material offers the character and craftsmanship of KOHLER Enameled Cast Iron. Its rich finish and lasting presence make a bold statement.

    KOHLER enameled cast iron sinks withstand whatever your family dishes out, from heavy pots to searing skillets.

    Go bold with deep hues, be subtle with pale tones or choose a finish that adds dimensional character.
    Made In Kohler, Wisconsin, our cast iron sinks embody over 140 years of KOHLER craftsmanship.
    *KOHLER enameled cast iron sinks installed in North America carry a Lifetime Limited Warranty for as long as the original consumer purchaser owns his or her home.


  • Choose a material

    Stainless Steel

    Classic stainless steel is not only practical, it’s also extremely versatile. It complements any kitchen and is a favorite of enthusiastic cooks and designers alike.
    Professional style
    While stainless steel’s neutral color and sleek looks work with a wide range of kitchen styles, it’s most often found in contemporary, professional-style kitchens.

    This classic, durable material lives up to its name. Hot pans won’t hurt it, and it’s less likely than harder materials to damage delicate dishware that may slip from your grip.
    Preserve Series stainless steel sinks feature a unique scratch-resistant coating that offers even more protection to keep your sink looking newer longer.

    Stainless steel is rust- and stain-resistant and easy to clean; just give it a quick swipe with a sponge.

    Sound absorption
    Every KOHLER stainless steel kitchen sink features SilentShield® sound-absorption technology which significantly reduces noise from clanging dishes, running water and garbage disposals.

  • Choose a material

    Neoroc Composite Material

    Rich color
    Neoroc sinks offer a warm matte finish designed to complement the visual texture of natural stone countertops.

    Rock-solid design
    Exceptionally durable, Neoroc absorbs the impact of falling cookware and is scratch-, stain- and chip-resistant. Hot pots and pans won’t damage the surface.

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