Controversial as it may be, we are daring to ask the question: Single bowl or double? Lately, homeowners have been flocking to the single-bowl sink, but the classic double-bowl model should not be overlooked. There is a serious argument to be made for the more traditional feature. A pair of sinks makes multi-tasking a breeze — you can wash dishes on one side and peel potatoes on the other. And there are a plethora of modern options available that'll work well with every style. Ahead, you'll find eight kitchens with double-bowl sinks that will change your life for the better.
1. Farmhouse Sophistication
This double-bowl farmhouse sink is what kitchen dreams are made of. Surrounded by light blue, distressed cabinets and a white marble countertop, the team over at Mark Lewis Interior Design guaranteed that it would stand out.
2. Rural Charm
A drop-in, farmhouse double-sink is the perfect match for this cozy kitchen designed by Studio Strato. Centered on a quaint window flanked by shutters, you could easily lose time daydreaming as you take in the view.
3. Two-Tone Magic
Alison from Deuce Cities Henhouse gave this cabin's kitchen a modern makeover using a pop of color. The lower half of the kitchen is full of drama with hunter green bottom cabinets, while the top half adds balance with white upper cabinets. A stainless steel double-sink and black faucet tie the mostly black stove in nicely.
4. Bohemian Masterpiece
This bohemian kitchen is full of charming little details. The wall-mounted knife rack, warm wood accents, and hints of greenery are a sampling of its eye-catching flair. A modern stainless steel double-sink and appliances add a modern edge.
5. Scandinavian Chic
This Scandinavian-inspired space belonging to Shara from Woodshop Diaries beautifully pairs light wood lower cabinets, with soft gray upper cabinets. The black hardware, faucet, and dining chairs add a chic pop of color.
6. All-White Sophistication
If you're angling for an all-white, minimalist kitchen, keeping a clean aesthetic becomes a high priority. An undermount double-sink — like the stainless steel model in this cook space designed by Shea from Studio McGee — provides a flawless, uninterrupted look.
7. California Cool
Gold taps and a spacious double-bowl sink immediately attract the eye in this glamorous Culver City, California bungalow. Dark blue cabinets and stainless steel appliances act as the perfect supporting cast.