Moen. The Lancelot stainless steel sink is now offered in a double equal D shape. The satin-finish bowls are 10 inches deep to accommodate large pots and pans, and the sink is offered in both undermount and drop-in styles. Other sinks in the line include trapezoid prep and bar sinks and triple-bowl models. 800.289.6636.

CorStone. The design of the Harmony sink makes it ideal for tight corners. The double-bowl sink comes in self-rim or undermount styles and features a center-mounted faucet deck. Non-porous, the surface offers high scratch-, stain-, and heat-resistance, the maker says. The sink is available in over 40 colors. 508.699.9090.

Kallista. The For Country single basin kitchen sink is reminiscent of early 20th century farm sinks. Featuring a tall, integrated backsplash, the roomy sink comes in two earthy colors: Green Terazzo and black Nero Tanzania. Faucets are available in several finishes to complement the sink. 888.452.5547.

Rohl. The RC1600 above-counter sink adds a uniquely charming touch to the bathroom. Made of vitreous china, the bowl is available in white or biscuit and offers a 16-inch diameter and a 6 7/8-inch bowl depth with an integrated overflow. Here it is shown with the complementary A1405/44XM wall mount tap faucet. 714.557.1933.

Blanco. Handcrafted from a single panel of 18-gauge, 304 series stainless steel, the Blanco precision series sink boasts zero radius corner, side, and bottom seams that create crisp, sharp lines. Other features include extra bowl depth, rear drain placement, and sound deadening insulation. 800.451.5782.

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