Got everything but the kitchen sink?
Stainless steel or ceramic? One bowl or two? Apron or farmhouse style? Our kitchen sinks come in a wide range of styles and sizes, so you're sure to find what you need. Don't forget to complete your sink with one of our water-saving kitchen faucets and our sink accessories.
Believe it or not, but kitchen sinks are a big deal. Why? Because few things in the kitchen are as hard-working as your sink! It deals with left-overs, smeared dishes, regular handwashing and more every day. And it must do all this while looking as spotless as the day you bought it.
And you want it looking tip-top because your sink will change the look and feel of your entire kitchen. Are you going for a farmhouse style with a white ceramic sink? Or a modern one with stainless steel? Or perhaps a minimalistic and futuristic feel with black quartz composite? Either way, our wide range of sinks are sure to fit into the kitchen of your dreams.
Kitchen sinks in different materials
Which material makes for the best kitchen sink? The answer is often: whichever fits in your kitchen. While different materials have different properties with certain advantages, all kitchen sinks at IKEA are sturdy, stunning and speckless.
Stainless steel kitchen sinks
Stainless steel sinks are highly durable and stain-resistant. Eventually, they'll get a nice patina and therefore, much like a really fine wine, will only get better over time. Needless to say, stainless steel can find its place in any kitchen.
Ceramic kitchen sinks
Ceramic sinks, with their smooth surface, have superior stain resistance, making them very easy to clean. It's an elegant look that will elevate any kitchen interior.
Quartz composite kitchen sinks
Quartz composite sinks have a durable surface that protects them from scratches, stains, heat, and general impact. Our black quartz composite sinks have a really cool look that will make your kitchen pop.
One or two bowls for your kitchen sink?
When choosing the optimal size for your kitchen sink, you need to consider the space you have and what you'll be using it for.
If you have a dishwasher, a smaller single bowl kitchen sink is enough. But if you're doing the dishes by hand, a two-bowl kitchen sink will your life easier, offering one bowl for scrubbing and one for rinsing. And if you don’t have enough space for a large two bowl sink, you might consider a 1.5 bowl sink which provides you with a bigger and a smaller bowl. After rinsing, you might need a dish drainer where you can place your dishes and silverware to dry. Fortunately, we've got you covered there too with a variety of options.
When you’ve chosen your perfect sink, don’t forget to match it with a fitting kitchen faucet to get that extra stylish look.