Kitchen Faucets

The kitchen faucet is without a doubt, associated with the sink, the most utilized kitchen item in the house.

It is not only practical, but today, it is considered to be a decorative feature.

This is why it is important to choose one that is durable, ergonomic, and matches with your kitchen's style.

If you keep your current sink and only change the faucet, your choice will be limited by the openings already made in the sink or counter.

If you change your sink, you ill have many available kitchen sink options options. Here are some elements to consider:

1) spray features;

2) faucet height;

3) faucet color and finish;

4) single or two-handle faucet.

It is therefore important to set guidelines to limit your choices. 


To limit your selection, establish the style best suited to your kitchen and your needs: classic, contemporary, rustic, etc.

Today, trends lean more towards ergonomic, sophisticated shapes, color, and stainless steel that blends well with appliances. For a large architectural space, a single faucet with sleek lines blends very well with the simple décor of a room.

For a traditional kitchen, choose a combination faucet with two independent handles to control hot and cold water flow.

Pull-out spout and spray spout. The spray spout greatly facilitates dish rinsing.