Yes, we do build double bowl sinks, but for most users, single bowl sinks are superior. Just take a look at this video to see how our right rear drain single bowl sinks can do just about anything a double bowl sink can do - only better! That being said, if you fill a bowl with water regularly for food preparation or for cleaning, a double bowl sink may be the best suited sink for you.
I do have a new design, NexGen that allow for a removable secondary bowl. That gives you the best of both worlds. You have a double bowl sink when you need it and a single bowl for washing large items.
I will be glad to work out details to help you determine bowl sizes, drain locations and bowl depths. Call me at 407-880-6903
10-23-12 This is our very first double bowl "Signature Series" sink. Wow - what a great sink. The copper grid can slide back and forth over each bowl. Cutting boards can do the same... If you are going to get a double bowl sink... do it right!
Large double bowl apron front copper sink. The drains are located near the divider so the rest of the bowl is usable.
This is a top mount (self rimming) copper double bowl sink with our Signature Series system. The optional copper grid and white poly cutting board will be invaluable with this sink. This sink was a retrofit sink that replaced an undermount sink.
Large copper double bowl under mount kitchen sink. Right rear drain in large bowl allows user to place items in the sink without covering the drain.
This sink is absolutely gorgeous. This double bowl farm sink has one of our rustic patinas on the apron. Every once in a while, usually in the middle of the summer heat and humidity, we get some amazing colors!
We do not price these sinks online as most are quite custom. Feel free to email or call for pricing.
Yes, we build triple bowl sinks too! Any size. For the life of me, I have no idea why someone would want one of these ridiculously designed sinks. What can I say... If you want one, I can certainly build the best one on the planet though! Truly, anyone who orders a sink like this is living in the past.