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Kitchen faucets are about as varied as the meals cooked in kitchens worldwide. It’s easiest to shop for a kitchen sink and faucet at the same time, so you are sure to purchase complementary fixtures, both in terms of style and, even more importantly, functionality. Sinks often come pre-drilled for specific faucets – one handle, two handle, with wide pullout spray, with soap dispenser, etc. – and it’s hard to make adjustments if your faucet set doesn’t match what the sink has. It might also help to make a list, before you shop for faucets, of the feature you want your kitchen faucet to have: do you want a pullout spray? Will children be using the faucet, for whom it might be easier to regulate temperature with a one handle faucet? Do you have a style in mind? Having answers to some of these questions before you begin shopping will make your search for a kitchen faucet easier.

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I've mentioned a couple times before that kitchen faucets (along with many other aspects of kitchen design) are starting to resemble industrial, restaurant style kitchens. Stainless steel, versatility, and utility are all the rage. But if you don't like this sparse modern aesthetic, and you'd rather feel like a home cook than a high-octane chef, you might want to opt for something a little more tr...
These days, kitchens are getting bigger, better, more centralized, and more extensive. In fact, as dream kitchens become the entertaining heart of the home, they even become more... professional. I don't know if it's the rising popularity of cooking shows, a growing desire to eat better, a way to save on date night expenses, or what, but people are starting to cook at home more often, both with an...
More often than not, the style of your kitchen will dictate many of the choices you make throughout the room: what kind of cabinet fronts, what type of range, and even what kind of kitchen sink. But some choices are more obvious than others, and some are easier to overlook.  It's easy to put a lot of thought, planning, and budgeting into major purchases - like the cabinets, appliances, counters, a...
When was the last time you replaced your kitchen faucet? You're on top of replacing other kitchen staples when they start malfunctioning, from the toaster to the fridge, but your faucet? Faucets can get gummed up with mineral deposits over time and become less effective, and old piping can lead to breaks, clogs, and flooding more easily....
A really great faucet is the centerpiece of every well designed kitchen: it's prominently placed, frequently used, and the perfect way to show off your own personal style. Best of all, kitchen faucets can easily be replaced without a major kitchen remodel. So, if you're looking to freshen up your space without making any substantial changes, upgrading your

Vintage Style Faucets for a Traditional Kitchen

The last time I talked about kitchen remodeling and luxury faucets, I kept a firm focus on the more modern end of the spectrum. Newer, slicker models to match contemporary kitchens. This time I thought I'd take a look at the more retro faucet options, just in case modern isn't exactly your style. Vintage or ...
Remodeling a kitchen can be a daunting undertaking, and one that involves countless decisions. As with any home improvement project, it helps to break it down into separate parts, and an overwhelmingly important piece any kitchen is the faucet. Regardless of your decor style, it's safe to call the sink the centerpiece of the room. Here are a few tips for narrowing down the list of possible contend...
There are just some things a standard kitchen faucet can't do - no matter how attractive or luxurious. Inflexible, steady streams are great for washing hands or filling sinks, but washing dishes, rinsing off food, or cleaning the sink itself is all a whole lot easier when you have a flexibl...
Kitchen faucets are the workhorse of the kitchen, and probably the fixture that sees the most use day in and day out. But a good kitchen faucet should be more than merely functional - it should be easy and intuitive to use, match your cooking and cleaning style, and elevate the appearance of your kitc...
Designing your dream kitchen can be hard enough without trying to predict how well your sense of style will hold up in years to come. But having a little knowledge of what's hot right now (and which trends are on their way out) can help you get a little more mileage out of your next remodel. Plus, having a good sense of some of the most desirable features can help you figure out where to splurge a...