Landing – Penny Lane Sink Co


Naturally Antimicrobial:Copper has natural antimicrobial properties to help keep your kitchen clean no matter how busy you get.
Sustainable:Sustainable: Copper is 100% recyclable and is made sustainably so you can feel great about your new sink.
Durable:We use thick hand-hammered copper to give you a strong sink that will last decades even with heavy use.
Easy To Clean:A copper sink will develop its own patina over time, with with a little gentle soap and warm water you can keep your copper sink clean.
Easy Installation:We work hard to give you the easiest installation ever. With simple guides, drain choices, free shipping and customer service you'll be surprised at how easy


Free Drain Choice

All of our large sinks have a 3.5 inch drain with the choice of a basket or strainer style drain, and our small sinks have a 1.5 inch drain with choice of grid or pop-up style drain. All drains are finished to match the material of the sink.

Increased Home Value

Upgrading from a standard sink to a large copper, brass, stainless, or gold sink can have a profound impact on the value of your home, and it always ends up being well worth the investment.

90-Day Guarantee

If you don't absolutely love your sink, send it back to us for a full refund. We guarantee every sink is going to look amazing in your kitchen, and we stand by that guarantee.
If you're looking to give your kitchen a bright but rustic look, nothing is as eye-catching as a large copper sink, the centerpiece for the kitchen.

Copper is not only just something to look at: it's naturally antimicrobial and resistant to corrosion and oxidation. It also develops a natural "patina" or darker color over time, giving your kitchen a unique look that only you own.

If you're doing a kitchen remodel to increase the value of your home, having a large copper kitchen sink is going to add a massive value boost to the room.


Increases your home's value: Down the road when you're looking to sell, a copper sink with add value to your home. This is truly an investment.
Unique style: Copper sinks stand out and add warmth to the heart of your home unlike any other sink material.
Keeps your kitchen clean: Thanks to copper being naturally antimicrobial, you can worry less about any germs in your sink.



Every copper sink should be routinely cleaned the same way no matter the type of finish.
1. Rinse Thoroughly After every use, rinse the sink thoroughly to remove any bits of food or beauty products that may be clinging to the surface. It is particularly important to rinse away anything acidic that can affect the patina.

2. Wipe Down With Dishwashing Soap and Water All you need for cleaning is a few drops of liquid dishwashing soap on a sponge or dishcloth. Remember to wipe under any countertop rims that may have splatters underneath that can damage the finish.

3. Tackle Tough Stains For any stuck-on food or difficult to remove stains, make a paste with baking soda and a few drops of water on a sponge. The baking soda paste will also help remove green spots (commonly called verdigris) that may appear around fixtures where the copper is exposed to moisture for too long. This is simply a mineral build-up that can be prevented by drying the area after every use.

4. Rinse and Dry After cleaning, give the sink a final rinse with warm water and use a lint-free cloth to dry the sink and fixtures.

Copper changes and shifts in color over time. That's the nature of the metal, and not something you can completely stop or avoid. However, as a copper sink owner, you can control color changes to some extent with the proper care and treatment.

Copper becomes darker over time, as a way of protecting itself from chemicals and other harsh irritants in the environment. Darkening copper is to be expected, but you can slow that process and keep your copper looking lighter and brighter for longer. You may also find that some things you put in your sink strip the patina from it and create a shinier, brighter patch in that area. This isn't a problem and it's not hurting the sink material.

Copper kitchen sinks will last for a lifetime, and the patina will continue to change and develop for the entire time you use your kitchen sink. Cosmetics, acidic foods, and abrasive types of chemicals can change or remove the patina from your kitchen sink, and even the oil from your fingers can affect it. Don't leave these things in your sink for a long time, or they will strip the patina. Keep your sink as clean as possible, and always clean it after use so it can change color naturally.

The thicker the copper, the better the quality of the sink. A lower number indicates a thicker gauge. For example, a 14 gauge sink will be much thicker than a 20 gauge sink. It's important to remember this distinction so that you do not confuse a higher number as equating with a higher quality.

If you have a small sink area and live alone, you can very easily choose a thinner gauge without worry. But for people with a large kitchen and a big family who want a roomy sink to go match, it's vital that they consider a thicker gauge. You want a sink that will last a lifetime, and that's much easier to achieve when you make an investment in a quality copper sink.

Your copper kitchen sink will look beautiful and last a lifetime with proper care, so it's important that you make a wise purchase and get the new sink you really want. With the right research and planning, you can enjoy the form and function of your copper kitchen sink for a long time to come.