The Signature Series and NexGen Workstation Copper Kitchen Sinks - Sinks designed for the 21st Century
available in: Copper, Stainless, Rustic Stainless, Millennia Stainless - Apron, under mount or top mount and even our retrofit sinks.
A single bowl, rear corner drain, kitchen sink that will actually make you happy!
So, what is the "Signature Series" Sink? It is the first sink where you can do all of your food preparation on the sink
Please watch these short videos. You will see why these sinks are now about 90% of our orders!
Don't be confused with the imitators. You may see sinks like this one, but they are likely not engineered properly. The Kohler Stages sink, for example, put their step too high up in the bowl. When you place a cutting board on their step, it appears to me as if the board is level with the counter top, so when you run water over it, it will spill over on to the floor or counter. Our inner step is calculated based on ergonomics. It is low enough so you can run water and keep the water inside the sink, but high enough so you can cut food at the proper height.
I have been working for many years to perfect the kitchen sink. Thanks to the feedback from many of you, as well as one forward thinking engineer (and past customer) I have put together the best sink design in the industry. Here are some of the design elements that are unique to our sinks. If you love to cook, this is your kitchen sink!
When you prepare poultry, you generally have a cutting board to the side of the sink - and the chicken juice generally runs off the cutting board on to the counter top (and maybe over your cabinetry). What a mess! Now, you can set the raw chicken on the copper grid, place a custom poly cutting board adjacent to it (inside the bowl on the step) and do all the food prep with no mess on the counter top. The feedback we have received has been nothing short of wonderful.
Let me speak of the colander idea for a moment. Has this ever happened to you? You have a large pot of pasta on the cook top. You go to the sink to drain it and place the colander in the sink. You pour the water, but all the water does not evacuate the sink fast enough and the water begins to back up into the pasta? It has happened to me and it grossed me out - yuck. Just take the grid and turn it 90 degrees and place it in the bottom of the sink. Set the colander on the grid. The colander is now raised up - no more yuck!
Cool use ideas from our customers using their Signature Series Kitchen Sinks!
- Use the grid for thawing meats (Copper conducts heat better than the expensive aluminum meat thawing trays- no mess... everything drips into the sink!
- Best yet, turn the grid 90 degrees and it fits on the bottom of the sink. Use it to dry pots and pans. Wash on the right, set off on the left on the grid.
- Place the grid on the bottom when you are using a colander so that water doesn't start backing up in the the colander.
- Place poultry, fish or meat on the grid, then cut on the poly cutting board and scoop into a bowl waiting below.
- Carve your Thanksgiving turkey right on the cutting board over the sink. No mess!
- Use the poly cutting board 6" from the right of the sink while cutting veggies. Swipe waste off to the right into the disposer and the good stuff to the left in a waiting bowl underneath the left side.
- Cut meat, fish and chicken on the poly cutting board. Everything drips into the sink - no mess.
- The poly board fits nicely in the dishwasher after you have cut onions or poultry.
- Wash your delicate stem ware and place on the grid instead of the counter top.
- Hide your dirty dishes under the grid. Come on, you know you might do it...
- Treat yourself to a spa day with all the time you have saved!
Imagine preparing a meal and not even having to wipe off your counter top when you are finished! You can do that with this sink!
This is a close up of the right rear corner of the copper kitchen sink shown above. You can see the detail of the step and the amazing welding our guys do.
This is a photo taken from the right side - looking down the length of the sink. This copper kitchen sink is only 30" long overall. I would suggest that this option would be even more useful on a sink that is longer.
This "Signature Series" copper under mount sink features our black American walnut cutting board and a colander that was purchased at Costco for under $35. There are all kinds of accessories that can be found to fit our sinks. If you love to cook, this is the ultimate sink!
This gorgeous apron sink features a copper grid and a cherry cutting board resting on the Signature Series Sink optional step. The patina on the front is Fire and Ice.
This is a rustic patina on an apron front sink featuring our Signature Series Sink option. I really like the patina on this one. Very rich looking.
This beauty is our new Rustic Matte patina on stainless. The finish looks much like pewter or zinc. The best part is that it is easier to care for. Scratches are easily removed with a Scotch Brite Pad. This sink measures 48" long. What a great sink! All the food preparation can be done inside the sink instead of adjacent to the sink on the counter top. No more messy counters!
Simply turn the grid 90 degrees and it will fit on the bottom of your sink so you can use it as a drying rack for your pots and pans. The sink to the left is our Millennia Stainless steel. It is an embossed stainless with a basket weave pattern that is smooth to the touch but does an amazing job at hiding scratches. I recently spoke to one of our customers who has a 13 year old Millennia sink. She says it looks brand new. I have one that is 12 years old. It looks new too!
Take a look at this gorgeous "Signature Series Sink" in brushed stainless. It features a stainless grid. The new owner also ordered a poly cutting board. This is going to be a great sink to work in. Millennia Stainless hides scratches and water spots!
Signature Series Kitchen Sink shown with optional 3/4" white poly cutting board. This is not the cheap 1/4" cutting board you might see in a store. This is a heavy duty board custom made for us to my specifications in the USA. Nothing but the best... Just cut and swipe the waste into the disposer. It just doesn't get any easier folks. Move the board into the middle and place a bowl under the left side. Then you can scoop the goods into the bowl on the left and the waste into the disposer on the right.
Signature Series Kitchen Sink shown with optional copper grid in combination with the 5/8" thick poly cutting board. Rinse your veggies on the left, cut on the right!. Cut meat on the right, rinse on the left.
Need some extra counter space? Get two poly boards and go wild! If you love to cook, this is the dream kitchen sink!
Yes, we build them in stainless too!. This was our very first stainless "Signature Series Kitchen Sink". We used our Millennia textured stainless - hides scratches and water spots!
This is a photo of an undermount "Signature Series Kitchen Sink" with a left rear drain (for lefties!)
This is a gorgeous Signature Series Kitchen Sink - apron front sink with a rustic patina. Its final home will be in a rustic cabin in the Georgia mountains. It is pictured with the American black walnut cutting board.
These are our new 1 inch thick cutting boards. The left one is made of solid American Black Walnut, and the right one is made of Solid American Cherry. These are made specifically to fit our Signature Series sink. We can also have them made for an under-mount sink. These are not only furniture grade, but very useful products. They are available in 15", 18" and 21" widths. See our sale page for pricing.