Grace 34″ All-In-One Fireclay Sink and Wheaton Faucet Kit
The Grace-Wheaton All-in-One Kit offers a traditional farmhouse design with modern functionality. The Grace’s wide, flat bowl is ideal for stacking dishes, and the 9" depth makes it easy to fill and clean pots and pans. The large single-bowl layout maximizes surface space and the Quick-Fit installation style requires minimal modifications to existing cabinets. The Grace is an undermount sink, which means it sits below the surface of your counters and makes it easy to brush crumbs and debris right into your sink. The Wheaton is a timeless faucet that combines traditional aesthetic with modern functionality. Its graceful curves complement the Grace’s clean lines and soft slopes.
Sinkology’s All-in-One Kits make it simple to get everything you need to replace your kitchen sink, including accessories like a stainless steel bottom grid, basket strainer drain, scrubber, and cleaning supplies. All Sinkology products come backed with the Everyday Promise lifetime guarantee so you can shop with confidence.
- Dimensions: 33.85" x 21.84" x 9"
- Bowl dimensions: 31" x 18" x 8"
- Drain size: 3.5"
- The Grace-Wheaton All-in-One kit includes the Sinkology Grace undermount fireclay sink (#SK451-34FC), Pfister Wheaton faucet in Stainless Steel, Sinkology basket strainer drain (#TB35-03), Sinkology Alder bottom grid (#SG014-28ST), Sinkology Breeze Non-Scratch Scrubber (#SSCRUB-101), and Fireclay Care IQ Kit (#SARMOR-401).
- The Grace Quick-Fit kitchen sink is made with Sinkology’s SureFire fireclay material, a customer-favorite material that is durable, easy to clean, and retains its beauty for decades.
- The Grace’s large, single-bowl design fits easily into existing cabinetry with minimal or no additional modifications needed, while the undermount installation style creates a seamless kitchen counter.
- The Grace features a deep 9″ bowl that is a characteristic of traditional farmhouse sink.
- The Wheaton is a simple, classic faucet that is both stylish and functional.
- The Wheaton’s pull-down sprayhead has a toggle button that is easily switched with a single hand, and the advanced docking system creates a secure, tight connection to the faucet spout every time it retracts.
- The Wheaton comes with a decorative deckplate and coordinating soap dispenser to complete the look.
- The Sinkology Alder bottom grid (#SG014-28ST) is made with dishwasher-safe, 7-gauge stainless steel that is designed to keep food, standing water, and debris from sitting on the surface of your sink. It is proudly made in the USA.
- Sinkology’s stainless steel basket strainer drain (#TB35-03) is included in the All-in-One kit to complete your kitchen sink.
- The Fireclay Care IQ kit contains everything you need to clean and restore your Sinkology fireclay kitchen sink with minimal effort.
- Non-scratch Breeze mildew-resistant scrubber made from patented Clean-Guard™ silicone; three-month no-odor warranty; proudly made in the USA (#SSCRUB-101)
- All Sinkology products are backed by lifetime warranty: Sinkology Everyday Promise guarantee
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Fired Up About Fireclay
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