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Use it, or admire it? It's a common question in regard to KOHLER® bathroom sinks—and one we enjoy hearing. After all, we've spent the better part of a century elevating the sink from its humble beginnings to an exciting and functional work of art.
Variety of styles
We offer an extensive line of sinks in a variety of styles, materials and colors. And all KOHLER sinks are built to withstand the rigors of your daily bathroom routine.
Pedestal sinks feature a lavatory basin that is positioned at a comfortable standing height and rests on a pedestal base.
The sinks in our Vessels™ line are reminiscent of china washbasins, with finished inside and outside walls. They can be installed to rest above the countertop, or in some cases can be installed with a wall-mount bracket. Spun Glass™ and Cast Iron Vessels can also be installed in a self-rimming application.
Wall-mount sinks feature a basin that is hung from the wall at a desired, functional height. Some sinks feature a matching shroud that is placed beneath the basin, for support and to attractively conceal the piping.
Countertop KOHLER sinks are designed for use with vanities and counters: Self-rimming sinks have rolled finished edges that can be placed directly over the countertop openings. Selected models are also offered with a metal frame. Tile-in sinks are designed to fit flush with tiled countertops. Undercounter sinks are attached to the underside of countertops. They may also be used with KOHLER vanities and console tables. Vanity top sinks are designed to rest on top of the countertop.
Faucet Holes When selecting a sink, it's important to make sure that it's compatible with your faucet. Sinks are drilled for faucets with a distance of either 4-inches (centerset) or 8 - 12-inches (widespread) between the hot and cold faucet handles. Centerset drillings will accommodate most single-control faucets with escutcheons. Many sinks are also offered with centered single-hole drillings to accommodate single-hole faucets. Some sinks do not have faucet drillings—the faucet is mounted directly on the countertop or on the wall.