Durable offerings: Fireclay kitchen sinks from Bocchi

For Bocchi, buyers who want the look of porcelain but at a slightly lower cost and with less maintenance, fireclay is still the best bet.
For Bocchi, buyers who want the look of porcelain but at a slightly lower cost and with less maintenance, fireclay is still the best bet. Photo credit: Bocchi USA

Bocchi has launched fireclay farmhouse sinks that are highly durable, easy to clean and have a long lifespan.

In the past, buyers shied away from fireclay farmhouse sinks because of limited colors and expense. But for hoteliers who want the look of porcelain at a slightly lower cost and with less maintenance, fireclay is still a safe bet.

Bocchi now has the largest collection of fireclay sizes and colors in the market. Whereas fireclay is most common in white and off-white shades, dramatic black and blue fireclay are now available, along with fireclay sinks in gray, dark gray and brown.