Looking for a quick and easy update for your kitchen? Change out your kitchen faucet for an improvement that isn’t just stylish, but practical. Keep reading for five of our favorites that may make you want to sign up for dish duty every night.
A good faucet is the workhorse of your kitchen. Choosing the best model for your home is a personal preference and depends on how you use your kitchen. With all of the incredible options available in faucets now, choosing may be the hardest part. From touch models to double-handled traditional models, there is the perfect faucet just waiting to help you out in your kitchen.
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Looking for a modern faucet with classic lines? The Moen Lindley single-handle kitchen faucet ($218) comes in Mediterranean bronze or spot-resistant stainless finishes and has a pull-down sprayer that operates in either a low- or high-flow stream. If you’re a leftie, the handle on this faucet can be mounted on either side to make it easy for anyone to use.
Two’s a charm
Prefer a two-handled model? The Delta Foundations Windemere two-handle faucet ($77) comes in three finishes, one of which is sure to match your kitchen decor. It has a sprayer that can be mounted on either side of the faucet. At this great price, you’ll wonder why you didn’t upgrade sooner.
The easiest of kitchen faucets only needs your touch to turn it on or off. The Delta Addison Touch ($415) is a one-handled faucet that not only looks elegant but makes your time in the kitchen easier. To turn the water flow on or off, simply touch the unit with your hand. When not in use, the pull-down spray wand is kept firmly in place with a powerful magnet (MagnaTite® docking) that keeps it firmly docked.
Fill ‘er up
Does your family enjoy pasta? The Delta Traditional Stainless 2-Handle Pot Filler faucet ($311) is a great addition to your kitchen for filling those large pots with water. Pot filler faucets provide only cold water, but are great to have in any cook’s kitchen. These faucets are wall-mounted and are often placed on the wall just behind the cooktop for easy filling of large pots without having to move them.
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The Delta Lewiston Stainless 1-Handle Pull-Out faucet ($168) has simple, classic lines and offers leak-free technology. The pull-out nozzle swivels 120 degrees, and it comes with a matching soap or lotion dispenser. Many people like the simple ease of using a single-handled faucet, and this one won’t disappoint.
Think all kitchen remodels have to be extravagant? Change out your kitchen faucet for an instant upgrade that will bring a big payoff for years to come. What are you waiting for? With so many great faucets out there, it’s easy to choose one that will not only update your kitchen, but make your work easier and more efficient.
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