My plumber is installing the kitchen faucet this week at the flip house. I selected an champagne brass single handle faucet with a built-in pull-out sprayer for that area, and it is stunning.
In California, I recently replaced the faucet in my kitchen as well. It is a modern single handle faucet with a sprayer, finished in matte nickel. After I replace those countertops, I’ve got my eye on a few other possibilities for upgrading my studio kitchen. I’m thinking a lot about faucets this month.
As with everything, costs vary, but you can buy elegant and reasonably priced kitchen faucets for less than $450, and frequently for less than half that amount. When you consider how frequently you use a kitchen faucet each day, its quality and functionality are essential. Since you will be the one who must look at it every day, style is also crucial.
Make sure the faucet fits your sink by paying attention to the clearance from the handle to the backsplash and the spout reach when choosing one. The pull down sprayer’s docking strength, the hose’s flexibility, and the force of the water stream are additional aspects to examine with these single handle models. Although I like them without the escutcheon (the large plate that rests on top of the tabletop), it’s a matter of taste.
Remember that many of these are available in a variety of finishes, including as chrome, bronze, and brass. If you like the look, click the link to find out what other finishes the faucet is offered in. To offer you more assurance, I only included those with stellar ratings and positive reviews.
Please tell me which faucet you choose if you’ve just replaced the one in your area.