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Example of a mid-sized transitional home design design in Seattle

The kitchen sink is shallow enough to accommodate someone using a chair.Transitional , Seattle

Location: Port Townsend, Washington.
Photography by Dale Lang

Example of a mid-sized transitional home design design in Seattle —  Houzz
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boutspoken wrote:Nov 1, 2015
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    Hello. The manufacturer is Kohler and the name of the product is #K3996-4-NA, Vault Drop-in Sink. The shallowness of the sink is uniform and the drain is toward the back of the sink.

  • boutspoken

    Thank you!

Alan Minatra wrote:Oct 29, 2016
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    FabCab

    Hi, thank you for your question. This is a 6 and 5/16" Kohler Vault sink. It can be difficult to find shallow sinks but some companies do offer them -- look for ADA-compliant sink options. Best of luck!

What Houzz contributors are saying:

annecolby
Anne Colby added this to Kitchen Confidential: 10 Ways to Promote Aging in PlaceOct 29, 2015

4. Opt for a shallow sink. While we’re on the subject of sinks, buy one that isn’t too deep (preferably only 6 to 8 inches). It’s much easier to rinse vegetables and dishes in a shallow sink bowl.

jeanniematteucci
Jeannie Matteucci added this to Kitchen of the Week: Good Looking and Accessible to AllDec 12, 2014

The kitchen’s shallow double-bowl stainless sink is 6 inches deep and user friendly for someone in a wheelchair or with back issues. “It’s not so shallow that water will splash out,” Ronaldson says.Sink: Vault Drop-In, Kohler; faucet: Hansgrohe

What Houzzers are commenting on:

kcgrantz
kcgrantz added this to Kitchen LikesMar 16, 2019

Opt for a shallow sink. While we’re on the subject of sinks, buy one that isn’t too deep (preferably only 6 to 8 inches). It’s much easier to rinse vegetables and dishes in a shallow sink bowl.

lmsvahn
Lisa Burr added this to KitchensFeb 3, 2019

Universal design: sink like I have - 1 side shallow, 1 side deep

aesa
aesa added this to Kitchen IdeasJan 27, 2019

Aging in place: Opt for a shallow sink. While we’re on the subject of sinks, buy one that isn’t too deep (preferably only 6 to 8 inches). It’s much easier to rinse vegetables and dishes in a shallow sink bowl.

nansee_williams
Nansee Williams added this to nansee_williams's ideasJan 10, 2019

consider going to a less deep sink..easier on backs and good for aging in place

abodecontracting
abodecontracting@hotmail.com added this to abodecontracting@hotmail.com's ideasDec 17, 2018

Extra/prep sink for island. shallow sink

kebu
kebu added this to KitchenAug 7, 2018

Opt for a shallow sink. While we’re on the subject of sinks, buy one that isn’t too deep (preferably only 6 to 8 inches). It’s much easier to rinse vegetables and dishes in a shallow sink bowl.

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