HAVSEN Apron front double bowl sink, white,


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HAVSEN apron front sink is a beautiful detail in your traditional kitchen, and it also fits in a kitchen island. You can spend more time on other things thanks to its easy-care ceramic surface.

Article Number592.537.26

Product details

25-year Limited Warranty. Read about the terms in the Limited Warranty brochure.

The sink does not reach all the way to the back of the worktop, which allows you to install a kitchen mixer tap and add other sink accessories as you like.

An apron front sink allows you to stand closer to the bowl without needing to lean forward when you wash dishes, which may feel more comfortable for your back.

Easy to clean, with soft rounded corners.

LILLVIKEN strainer is included in the price, but packaged separately.

Ceramic sinks are kiln-fired, which makes each one unique and the size may vary slightly from the measurements given.

Fits cabinet frames 36" wide.

Fits countertops with a minimum thickness of 1".

May be completed with LILLVIKEN lid.

May be completed with GRUNDVATTNET sink accessories for effective use of space at the sink.


IKEA of Sweden/Nike Karlsson

Article Number592.537.26
  • Sink strainer with stopper
    Main parts:


    Strainer/ Strainer basket:

    Stainless steel


    Synthetic rubber

    Apron front double bowl sink

    Ceramic, Colored glaze

    Apron front double bowl sink

    Do not use scouring-powder, steel wool, hard or sharp tools which can scratch the surface.

    To avoid lime scale stains, rinse the sink with water and wipe it with a dry cloth

    Wipe clean with a soft cloth dampened with water and a mild dish detergent or soap, if necessary.

    Wipe dry with a clean cloth.


Cut-out measurement width: 17 "

Cut-out measurement length: 34 1/2 "

Large bowl, depth: 7 1/2 "

Large bowl, width: 16 1/8 "

Large bowl, front to back: 15 3/4 "

Large bowl, volume: 8 gallon

Small bowl, depth: 7 1/2 "

Small bowl, width: 16 1/8 "

Small bowl, front to back: 15 3/4 "

Small bowl, volume: 8 gallon

Front to back: 19 "

Length: 37 "

Width: 37 "

Depth: 18 7/8 "

  • This product comes as 3 packages.
    Sink strainer with stopperArticle Number503.254.26

    Length: 2 ¾ "

    Weight: 8 oz

    Diameter: 4 ½ "

    Package(s): 2

    Apron front double bowl sinkArticle Number103.592.15

    Width: 21 ¾ "

    Height: 10 "

    Length: 41 ¾ "

    Weight: 69 lb 11 oz

    Package(s): 1


Great sink!HelenaLove the large size and the double sinks! And it's the best bang for your buck if you want a large sink!5
Going strong after two yearsWhitney B.I’m surprised at the number of negative reviews here. This sink has been a dream for me. As some have pointed out, a fraction of the price of other Farmhouse sinks on the market, and very attractive. People can’t believe I got it at IKEA for the price I did! I also prefer it because it isn’t back-breakingly deep like some of the expensive ones. (I’m nearly 6’ with regular height counters. Think of your backs, people!) I completed my own kitchen remodel (a friend helped me lift) with butcher block, this sink, and a fancy-pants Kohler faucet I found on eBay. I am a heavy-duty cook (used to work in restaurants), and do not own a dishwasher, so the sink sees plenty of work. I have absolutely no complaints even after THE TWO YEARS OF PANDEMIC COOKING ALL THE TIME. As for the folks who cracked theirs with very hot liquids, I always run some cold water in my sink and drains to help protect them while I drain pasta water. It’s just physics. Same thing with pre-heating a glass French press.5
Great looking sink. Follow installJACQUESGreat looking sink. Follow install instructions to the letter and take your time. Slightly heavy, takes two men to install.5
No problemsShakita D.I personally like the sink so far. It's almost a year of having it. The sink sits on the countertop. The faucet is drilled into the countertop as close as possible to the sink. I have not had a problem with cleaning the sink. We will see down the line, but honestly no problems with this sink so far.4
GarbagePHXNYCThis sink broke after a year and half of use. The left side was cracked within weeks and now the right side is smashed after a pot slipped from my hands. Because its not a standard size, and IKEA doesn't have another sink with the same dimensions, we are stuck buying another of the same. If you have never remodeled before, I strongly recommend porcelain and a standard size so you aren't stuck like we are.1
Broken sink after 3 monthsDNO MarylandI bought this sink along with my IKEA new kitchen in March 2020. By July 2020 it has 2 huge cracks with water seeping under the sink cabinet. I have to buy a new sink and all the labor associated with revomal and installation of a new sink1
Cracked after 1 1/2 years of useValerie StewartWe bought this sink a couple years ago for our new construction. It has been installed for about 19 months. We love the way it looks...or we did until nine days ago when the sink cracked as I was draining some pasta. I didn’t drop anything—I just poured some hot water down the drain when there was a THUNK and a crack appeared around the right side of the drain and extending all the way to the back of the sink. I was able to find my receipt and we drove the next day to IKEA. We were told there was no one there to help us but if we’d leave the copy of the receipt and our contact information, we would get a call the next day about our options. Eight days later, still no call. I’ve tried to call the store twice this morning and the message says they’re too busy to take my call. I have always experienced fabulous customer service with IKEA and I’m dismayed that our problem is being handled in this way. When a product has a 25-year warranty and you have done nothing to void that warranty, you should not have to stress about whether or not your problem will be addressed. And NO ONE should have to replace their kitchen sink after a year and a half.2
Beautiful and affordableLauralooI bought this sink 13 years ago when I remodeled my cottage. It’s beautiful and cost a fraction of what a designer farmhouse sink would cost. My contractor was worried about it’s durability. He thought one bug pot dropped in the bottom would be a disaster. I do recommend putting a plastic or silicone Sink Liner in the bottom for protection. I have had absolutely no problems. I do not own a dishwasher and I also rent out the cottage so renters have been using it with no problems. There is one small 1/4” chip on the ribbed area but it’s minor ,a renter dropped a heavy tool on it.5
Not standard size and crackedlktyspltI bought a house that was remodeled already and the contractor installed the previous model sink (drip plate all the way to wall and 26 deep). It is cracked and there is no standard size to replace it. I may have to replace the counters along with the sink. Trying to see if Miracle Method can reseal sink, but it is ceramic, not porcelain.1
CrackedCandinrI have the old version of this sink with the drip tray in the back. I noticed a crack the other day that is getting worse. I am now wondering what in the world am I supposed to replace it with as it has uncommon dimensions.3
Cracked and leaking less than 2 months old. AvoidHarleychartI bought this in October, was installed in November, mounted underhung below a large quartz top on an island. Yesterday we dropped a light flowerpot about an inch above the bottom, and it cracked the sink. So bad that now it leaks water into base cabinet, and must be replaced ASAP. Newsflash to IKEA designers, people drop things in sinks! Now we have to figure out best way to remove sink and replace. We won't be using this product as a replacement. Save yourself time, money, and grief, and avoid this sink!1
Great in our remodelsam214We bought this in October as an alternative to the more expensive apron front sinks. We were pleasantly surprised when the guys installed it so that it was a drop in sink. It looks amazing with our cabinets and granite countertops. Wish I could upload pictures!5
Love it!kmal000I bought this a month ago. it's so much better on my back to do dishes now. I've never understood when people would raved about it, but now I know that it makes a huge difference. I had washed/used/cooked beets, tomato sauce, pomegranate juice, and coffee with no signs of stains. Every so often there may be some gray spots showing, which are easy to clean in a matter of seconds with BarKeepers. Easy to install- sits on the countertop. for those complaining on water splashing toward the back or around- I'll say to reconsider your faucet; we don't have that problem at all!5
Great sink!Sarah1815Great sink! For $200 it was a must! We redid our house and it was perfect and affordable. It’s not too deep but definitely big and spacious! It’s beautiful!5
Cracked!!!MJAndWe bought this sink in November 2018 and installed it with our new kitchen remodel. However, this past week I noticed a hairline crack in the bottom! It grows and is splitting! This sink is 6 months old!!! There hasn’t been anything dropped on it and there’s no dent from an impact! I did see it’s not porcelain it’s ceramic, which may mean it’s inferior quality. Customer service (which is email only because all the time they’re “experiencing higher than usual call volume” and can’t take a call) says to return the product to the original store to see if we can get a return. REALLY? Turn off the water, uninstall a KITCHEN SINK, haul it 4 hours away and maybe maybe not we get a return? What a joke.1
In love!!HBelWe are renovating our first home and I really wanted a white farmhouse apron front sink. I didn’t think I’d be able to get one because they are so expensive- but found this one and am so in love!! I don’t know what all the negative reviews are about. If you’re looking for a white apron front sink and are on a budget look no further. Totally worth it!!5
Looks strange without the soap dish shelf in backMammma MiaI have used the older model called DOMSJO in several remodels and everyone have LOVED it! New house, new kitchen reno and I was going to use the DOMSJO again, but now IKEA has replaced it with a new sink called HAVSEN which doesn't have the shelf in the back and looks STRANGE. It will be very difficult to remove water from behind the sink and that's not great if you have a laminate or wood counter top... I have been reading many blogs about people that really miss the older model and I have even tried to find a used one without luck. I'm certain IKEA would sell truckloads of the DOMSJO if the brought it back and can't really understand why the discontinued such a successful and loved product. I will not buy the HAVSEN for my new kitchen, but have found something better from Sinkology that I will use. IKEA, please bring back the old model!!!!1
GOOD CRAFTSMANSHIPZach28Love the sink but when installing with laminate which most will do with drop in sink offers no protection against water splash. Wet hands are going for soap and faucet I can just see the counter getting rot when caulking fails. The older dijon model had a back pan for faucet to mount to. great which I wish were still made. No I'm stuck deciding if I want to fabricate a drain pain for mine. The lip from sink will make it hard to wipe around faucet and for water to drain back into sink. My understanding were people couldn't mount accesorys so they went to this style.3
Cracks from a drop of a plate -customer serviceMilwaukee RobertI bought an earlier version of this sink and 2 years later I have a stress fracture. You have to jump through hoops to try and get the warranty and even then I will be left needing a new counter, backsplash and plumbing service costs. The customer service rep immediately asked me if I dropped a plate in the sink because it can easily crack with the drop of a plate, her words. Shocking that someone would sell a product that easily cracks. I would not recommend IKEA KITCHEN FURNISHINGS for this reason, they do not hold up and IKEA doesn't keep replacements in stock very long (2 years), spend the extra money up front on quality and skip anything IKEA KITCHEN.1
Soggy countertopYE11I've had this sink for several months now. I do like the sink itself. I don't agree that it is too shallow. My problem with it is that the faucet should be mounted on the sink, not the countertop. When simply rinsing dishes water easily goes behind the sink making a puddle which is annoying. I use several paper towels every time I use the sink.2


What are ceramics?

Ceramic is a heat-resistant and durable material that has been used by humans to make practical objects for thousands of years. The base material is different types of clay that are oven-burned and become things like terracotta, stoneware, pottery and porcelain. At IKEA we mainly use ceramic for plant pots, porcelain, washbasins and kitchen sinks. Since it can be shaped and even glazed to the desired color and shine, the possibilities of styles and looks are endless.