Today’s faucets pair eye-catching finishes with smart function to ease prep and cleanup tasks. A range of styles ensures the faucets complement your kitchen’s look.
Showing off sleek, contemporary designs or vintage elegance, faucets help set the tone of your cooking and cleanup area and can bring welcome drama to a simple sink. Popular options, such as pullout faucets, and newer technologies, such as hands-free faucets, increase convenience in busy kitchen work areas, while low-flow models conserve water. Here’s a look at the various faucet styles available.
1. BRIDGE FAUCET An exposed channel links handles and spout. This type of faucet complements traditional-style kitchens.
Adapted from restaurant kitchens, this faucet type boasts a tall, flexible spray hose that reaches any sink corner.
3. GOOSENEck OR HIGH-ARc
This tall, arched spout makes it easy to fill deep pots and tall vases.
4. POT FILLER
Mounted on a wall near a range or cooktop, this faucet makes filling pots easy.
5. PULLOUT OR PULL-DOWN FAUCET
A two-piece spout functions as both a faucet and a retractable sprayer.
Only one hole pierces the sink deck or countertop, conserving space.
Plumbed through the wall behind and above the sink, this type can look vintage or contemporary.