Kohler - 8199-CM1 - Cairn™ Undermount Dbl Equal Sink W/Rack
List Price: $609.00
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Kohler - 8199-CM1
With soft French curves, the Cairn sink offers transitional style to suit contemporary and traditional kitchens alike. The Cairn sink is made of KOHLER Neoroc(TM), a matte-finish composite material designed for extreme durability and unmatched beauty. Richly colored to complement any countertop, Neoroc resists scratches, stains, and fading and is highly heat- and impact-resistant. This sink includes a bottom basin rack to keep the surface looking new.
ADDITIONAL PRODUCT INFORMATION:
- Double equal bowls.
- 9-1/2-inch depth.
- Slim divide creates more space while allowing you to completely submerge pots and pans.
- No faucet holes.
- Rear drains increase workspace in the sink and storage space underneath.
- Includes K-5656 bottom basin rack.
- Includes cutout templates and installation clips.
8199-CM1 - Kohler
Keidel is proud to present this matte black finished drop in kitchen sink, by Kohler. The 8199-CM1 is made from premium materials, this Drop In Kitchen Sink offers great function and value for your home. This fixture is part of Kohler's decorative Cairn Collection, so make sure to check out other styles of fixtures to accessorize your room.
Kohler Company is a leading manufacturer of kitchen and bath faucets, showering products and decorative accessories – marketed globally under the brand names KOHLER, Mira, Jacob Delafon and Rada. Founded in 1873 and headquartered in Kohler, Wisconsin, Kohler Co is one of America’s oldest and largest privately held companies comprised of more than 30,000 associates. With more than 50 manufacturing locations worldwide, Kohler is a global leader in the manufacture of kitchen and bath products; engines and power systems; premier furniture, cabinetry and tile; and owner/operator of two of the world’s finest five-star hospitality and golf resort destinations in Kohler, and St Andrews, Scotland.