Porcelain enamel kitchen sinks in 3 styles, 8 colors — including aqua!

colorful undercount kitchen sinksDo you want a new kitchen sink — in a retro color? New resource discovered!  Houzer has three different styles of porcelain-enameled steel undermount kitchen sinks available in eight colors — including a lovely aqua that looks oh-so-close to the vintage color appliances and steel cabinets that we see and love. Hey: Add this sink to a full suite of Big Chill appliances in Big Chill’s newest standard color, turquoise, and you’re rockin’ the a complete set of matchy matchy — but new!

colorful undercount kitchen sinksAll eight kitchen sink colors offered could work well in a variety of retro modern settings — the white, off white, aqua and grey would work well in a retro modern 50s and early 60s inspired space, while the golden yellow, black and dark brown would be totally groovy in a kitchen inspired by the late 60s and 70s. 

colorful undercount kitchen sinks

From the Houzer website:

Make Houzers’ luxurious and light weight Porcela porcelain enameled sink the star of your traditional or contemporary design. Porcela sinks give you the look and feel of enameled cast iron, but they’re as easy to install as an undermount stainless steel sink. Porcela Series sinks are double baked at 1500 degrees F to create a glossy, durable, non-porous surface that is resistant to stains, chips and scratches that is also hygienic and easy to clean.

  • Non-porous surface
  • 9″ depth
  • 3-1/2″ Drain Opening
  • Chip, crack and scratch resistant
  • 8 distinctive colors
  • Double baked at 1500F
  • Easy undermount installation
  • Supplied with cutout template, fasteners and instructions
  • 10 year Limited Warranty

colorful undercount kitchen sinks

There’s also a bar sink, shown above.

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  1. TG says:

    Houzer shows only four of these sinks on its site. The aqua is gone, along with the gray, mustard, and cobalt blue.

    1. pam kueber says:

      If you click on each sink model… then on Colors tab… you see the colors available. I see them all still there…

  2. KennyT123 says:

    If I’m going to spend that kinda money I’m just going to get a separate stainless sink unit and integrated drainboard. Then I can just have my laminate counters abut both ends without worrying about the sink. That way I can change my laminate counters if I want to do a color change.

  3. Kathy says:

    Too bad they didn’t make them to be either undermounted or top mounted, perhaps with a Hudee ring. I think the corners have too much of a radius for a Hudee ring, but might be worth checking out.

    I burned the laminate in front of my sink and I have seen pics of cracked granite and such in that narrow strip between the sink and the edge of the counter. I think a stainless cover for that area to be slipped over the countertop could be a great solution to this problem, if anyone could manufacture it.

    The price of custom was very high (around $600), so I’m considering a Vault top-mounted apron-front stainless sink by Kohler, available for order at Home Depot and other sources for around $600 for double bowl. These are designed for standard sink cabinets and are lighter and easier to install than a traditional apron front sink. Not really retro, but an option for others like me who don’t want to replace all their countertops.

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