The most authentic kitchen sink for a mid century kitchen: My go-to design is a double-bowl, metal (hudee)-rimmed, porcelain enamel on cast iron (or steel) kitchen sink. I know of three places that you can get these in the U.S.
Kohler Delafield kitchen sink:
The Kohler Delafield kitchen sink likely has been around a long, long time. As I update this story in Sept. 2021, it’s available in white or almond. It is porcelain enamel on cast iron, 32″ wide, easy to source, and yes, I am serious about the metal hudee rim.
Ceco san clemente kitchen sink:
There’s a second company — Ceco — that also offers a sink in this style — their San Clemente model, also with metal rim. They also seem to have more color options, albeit neutrals. Pricing may also differ.
Bootz Garnet kitchen sink:
Finally, there is a budget version of this type of sink — it’s enamel on steel (rather than on cast iron) — from Bootz.
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