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10 Modern Kitchens With Beautiful Vessel Sinks

beautiful kitchen with dark cabinets

Although vessel sinks have become increasingly popular in recent years, this style of sink actually dates centuries back. Reminiscent of the wash basin, vessel sinks borrow this classic design and turn it into something that is both modern and timeless. But while vessel sinks are most commonly found in bathrooms, it is also possible to have a vessel sink in your kitchen. Sure, kitchen sinks are one of the last things most of us even think about replacing, but if its about that time then you may want to look at a vessel sink. Not only are these sinks practical, but they’re also attractive and sleek.

Though less common, kitchen vessel sinks can help your kitchen look stylish and unique. Available in a wide variety of sizes and designs, vessel sinks can easily blend in with the existing design of your kitchen while also bringing in a new element. However, keep in mind that vessel sinks can require a bit more maintenance and can be more challenging to install than traditional sinks. However, many proud owners of vessel sinks believe that the pros outweigh the cons, and are proud of their choice to invest in a vessel sink. If you’re thinking of redesigning your kitchen, incorporating a vessel sink could help you achieve the look you’re going for.

Here are 10 modern kitchens with beautiful vessel sinks.

farm style kitchen with nice cabinets

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kitchen with beautiful gold tile

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deep white sink for kitchen

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large wooden sink for kitchen

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beautiful granite bowl style sink

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amazing stone sink in modern kitchen

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all white kitchen with round hanging lamps

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large black kitchen sink

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rustic kitchen with beautiful chandelier

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simple stone kitchen sink

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Written by Camille Moore

Camille has a master's degree from Saint Joseph University's Writing Studies program. Her writing has been published on several websites, and she enjoys writing articles and short stories in her spare time. You can follow Camille on Twitter @CamealAshley.