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Any of variously sized receptacles for washing. Strictly speaking, a “basin” refers to a vessel for washing hands or face and a “sink” implies kitchen use principally for washing dishes and food preparation. However, the terms have become synonymous. Typically square or rectangular in shape, kitchen sinks are most often larger to support filling and washing of deep pots and pans. Bathroom sinks offer a greater variety of profiles and may be installed above or beneath the countertop.

While porcelain may be the most common material, contemporary bathroom sinks are available in stainless steel, concrete, quartz, and stone composite, as well as unconventional materials like resin, bronze, glass, and wood. Shapes and styles vary as well, with large rectangular slab style sinks popular in public restrooms and square, circular, or farmhouse sinks found in homes. Installation options include above-counter, drop-in, wall-mounted, and freestanding pedestal sinks.

Scale, depth, location, materiality: from simple single bowl, stainless steel undermount sinks to granite, porcelain, and fireclay options with drainboards and preparation zones, double bowls, and even innovative color ranges, there's a broad range of kitchen sink options.