The kitchen is the heart of the home. Whether you are talking with family, entertaining guests, or giving one of your pinterest recipes a shot, it’s the most visited room in the house. The centerpiece of the kitchen is the faucet. It brings warmth and functionality to the room and can compliment your overall design concept. It doesn’t matter if you are in the middle of a remodel or looking for a relatively inexpensive update for your kitchen; here are five kitchen faucet trends you should know about.
You touched some raw chicken and now you need to wash your hands, but you don’t want to spread germs by touching the faucet handle? Don’t worry about cross contamination anymore, touch technology was invented for this reason. You can use your hand, wrist, or forearm to start and stop the flow of water by tapping anywhere on the spout or handle of the faucet. Some faucets even feature a touchless option that allows you to simply hover an object or your hand near the spout to start the flow of water. The simplicity, functionality, and cleanliness of touch technology makes these faucets a popular option.
These rustic faucets offer a old world style that will give your kitchen a look of raw grit. Whether you’re going for a light to dark look or something to match those new wooden cabinets. The brownish, burnt tone will blend well with a cabin or country setting. Check out the alternative option to the standard chrome and stainless steel finish with a bronze faucet.
Gold finishes have become popular as accents for the kitchen or bathroom. They act as the “jewel” of the room and make a statement that reflects elegance. They also work well with a rustic or tuscan style kitchen.
Trying to decide between a stainless steel finish and a matte white finish, but can’t come up with a winner? Why not have both? Mixed metal faucets allow you to find the perfect split finish faucet to match any design style your kitchen may have.
If industrial and modern design styles are your thing these faucets are perfect for you. These faucets are designed to accommodate your needs by giving your faucet free range of motion and limitless flexibility. Allowing you to control the direction of outgoing water so you’ll never miss a spot again. Let an articulating faucet become your kitchen’s focal point.