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Known for having an incredibly durable surface, ceramic is highly resistant to scratches and chipping. It is strong enough to withstand heavy everyday use – no wonder it’s the most commonly used material for bathroom sinks! The material surface is non-porous, exceptionally smooth, and completely waterproof since it does not have pores, crevices or cracks where dirt and grime would normally penetrate. Kraus ceramic is also extremely easy to clean and resists stains and bacteria build-up for a more hygienic and hassle-free experience.
Keeping It Clean
Non-porous and naturally hygienic, Kraus ceramic sinks are completed with a premium baked-on glaze that creates an easy-to-clean high-gloss finish. Highly resistant to stains, scratches, and damage, these beautiful sinks stay looking great with minimal maintenance – simply rinse with water, wipe the surface with a soft cloth, and you’re good to go!
Comes In Colors
More than just classic gloss white – our sinks come in a range of colors that will complement any master bath or powder room. Neutrals, grays, beiges, glossy blacks… and, of course, pristine white sinks. After all, they’re a mainstay for a reason!
The Look Of Luxury
Explore our gorgeous gamut of color options, from crisp white sinks that convey a feeling of lightness and cleanliness to highly contemporary gray tones that create a fresh and brilliant look, to handsome sinks in onyx black and chocolate brown. Enjoy the modern contrast of a bright white sink with a statement countertop, or pair a beautiful beige basin with a background of earth-inspired neutral shades, and create a look you love.
Perfectly Paired (or How To Choose Your Faucet)
The sink you choose will determine the kind of faucet you should get. Basin sinks can be paired with single hole, center set, or three piece widespread faucets depending on the mounting type (undermount or topmount) and the number of deck holes drilled into the countertop or mounting rim. Vessel sinks pair beautifully with vessel or waterfall faucets, and have the added benefit of maximizing available space on the bathroom counter. Semi-recessed sinks can be coupled with a vessel, waterfall, or wall-mount faucet, and offer a unique look that is sure to turn heads.