Some of the Coolest Kitchen Sinks, Faucets and Countertops From Our TV Shows

Browse photos of our favorite kitchen remodels from the top TV shows on DIY Network. 

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Blue and White With Soapstone Countertops

Dark countertops and white cabinets get a boost of color from a teal farmhouse sink and backsplash. As seen on DIY Network’s I Hate My Kitchen

Hammered Copper

A copper farmhouse sink with a coordinating brushed-finish faucet and quartz countertops make for a classic, high-end cooking space. As seen on DIY Network's Kitchen Crashers

Easy Working Kitchen

Bright colors and natural materials are mixed together to create an adorable cottage-style kitchen. A double apron-front sink helps make food prep a breeze. As seen on DIY Network's I Hate My Kitchen.

Contemporary Cottage

A warm wood countertop meets a high-tech faucet to bring a touch of charm to this farmhouse kitchen. As seen on DIY Network's Blog Cabin

Agate Countertop

The showstopper in this contemporary kitchen is the breakfast bar made of semi-precious stone and illuminated from underneath. As seen on DIY Network's I Hate My Kitchen.

Farmhouse Double

The crisp-white sink and white cabinetry set a brillant backdrop that helps the natural stone countertop stand out and be noticed. As seen on DIY Network's Blog Cabin

Rustic-Modern Kitchen

This small kitchen uses a variety of textures to make a big impact. The countertops are old chalkboards, which contrast beautifully against the modern white backsplash tile and brushed stainless-steel sink. As seen on DIY Network's I Hate My Kitchen.

Classic and Colorful

Poured-concrete countertops and shaker-style cabinets set the stage for the vibrant backsplash. The sink's built-in drain board and pro-style faucet add a lot of functionality and flair. As seen on DIY Network's I Hate My Kitchen

Farmhouse Kitchen

Classic styling like open shelving, an apron-front sink and a wall-mounted faucet all work together to give this kitchen a tradtional, yet casual design that is warm and inviting. As seen on DIY Network's Blog Cabin

Mix Materials in Historic Home

The wood countertop and soapstone sink belong to musician Daryl Hall in his newly renovated 18th century home, built in 1789. See more of DIY Network's Daryl’s Restoration Over Hall.

Desert Inspired

The hand-painted, apron-front sink adds a beautiful artistic touch to this Southwestern-style kitchen. As seen on DIY Network's I Hate My Kitchen

Illuminated Onyx

Brushed-chrome hardware and a farmhouse stainless-steel sink are accented by an the onyx backsplash and white cabinets. The backsplash is lit from behind to create a stunning focal point. As seen on DIY Network's Custom Built

Multi-Level, Dual Materials

This Zen-inspired kitchen features a large two-tiered island covered in natural stone and live-edge wood. As seen on DIY Network's Custom Built.  

Bar Sink

The crisp white countertop and undermount stainless-steel sink create a clean polished look. As seen on DIY Network's The Expandables.

Restored Coastal Kitchen

The kitchen in this circa-1892 waterfront North Carolina cottage was remodeled with beach-inspired colors and the latest high-tech amentities. As seen on DIY Network's Blog Cabin

Shades of Green

A reclaimed wood backsplash and a large farmhouse sink add a variety of color and texture to this eclectic kitchen. As seen on DIY Network’s House Crashers.

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