In decorating and design, it’s a lot of fun to look for ways to switch things up. Taking a chance on something unexpected can make for some of the best design elements. One way to do that in a kitchen or bathroom is by opting for a dark sink.
Most kitchens and bathrooms have a white, off-white or stainless steel sink. It’s rare to see something darker such as black, dark grey or even copper. Changing up this simple element can make a statement in the space and even help you create a “wow” factor.
Here are 10 examples of dark sinks in kitchens and bathrooms to show you how versatile and compelling they can be.
Dark Sink Inspiration
This dark farmhouse sink creates a seamless look with the countertop and helps the gold hardware pop.
The black sink contrasts nicely with the white cabinets and walls for a moody farmhouse vibe.
Source: The Kitchn
The copper farmhouse sink is a unique touch that brings character to this kitchen.
Source: Apartment Therapy
Butcher block countertops and a black sink create a unique, rustic look.
Source: Red Cottage Chronicles
The dark sink stands out beautifully in this all-white kitchen for an unexpected touch of contrast.
Source: Amber Interiors via DecorPad
How gorgeous is this hammered metal sink? Definitely a statement piece.
Source: Mix and Chic
A dark grey sink and countertop is unusual yet very chic, especially with the gold accents.
Source: Traditional Home
The black under-mount sink creates a seamless sea of black.
Source: Notes on a Life
A metallic sink steals the show in this gorgeous powder bath.
Source: McGill Design Group via DecorPad
The touch of gold in the sink speaks to the stunning wallpaper and definitely adds some “wow” factor to the space.
Source: House Beautiful
Have you ever considered opting for a dark sink in a kitchen or bathroom?