One of the hardest working spots in the kitchen can also be one of the most stylish. Our sinks see so much action in their lifetime, it’s worth choosing and investing in a beautiful faucet — it’ll make doing the dishes a little less painful, too. Scroll through to find our favorite kitchen faucet ideas for when basic chrome just won’t do.
A counter with a prep sink, positioned away from the main sink, allows ample room for the cook’s helpers. Choose a raised faucet to facilitate jobs like filling vases and tall pots or rinsing large items.
This long porcelain sink has a lot going for it: first and foremost, its size makes it versatile; its side countertop is also porcelain, making it easy to clean and drain; and its form and color make it an attractive focal point in the kitchen.
Contrasting metal finishes and dark cabinets
Colonial can meet contemporary with Oil Rubbed Bronze Kitchen Faucet as shown in this beautiful kitchen.
Deep and large, this sink has an elegant raised bridge faucet so that any work that needs to be done in it is easily managed.
Traditional Kitchen with Flare
Holiday Kitchens glazed cherry cabinetry with Absolute Black counters on perimeter and Delicatus island counter featuring a raised mesquite round chopping block and raised glass breakfast area.
Extremely Useful Faucet
A faucet should be both beautiful and extremely useful. One with a high arch allows for cleaning tall and bulky pots. A pull-out spray wand can be used for watering plants or washing a small dog.
Bright accent color in kitchen
Grey matter – From moody charcoal to barely there greige, grey is the new ‘It’ tone in timber. Introduce colour, patterns or playful decor if your grey-tinted kitchen needs a warmer, more welcoming vibe.