Tag: Kitchen Faucets

Vessel Sink Faucet

[5 Steps] Installing a Vessel Sink Faucet | Kitchen Faucets

Vessel faucets are taller than the average faucet and most often require only one hole for mounting. They are taller so that they can come up over the vessel sinks which are often mounted on top of the countertop. Vessel sink faucets are available in various heights to accommodate the variable heights of vessel sinks. Using a vessel faucet can also give you more space on the vanity top because of the single mounting design. Due to the popularity of vessel sinks the selection of vessel faucets is quite broad and varied.When selecting a vessel sink keep in mind the mounting of the vessel sink. The height of the installed faucet needs to clear the edge of the mounted sink and leave enough space for hand washing. Also the reach of the faucet spout should match the vessel so that you can avoid problems with splashing water. Installing a vessel sink faucet:...
Brass Cabinet Hardware

Using Brass With Class | Kitchen Faucets

Many homes built or updated between the 1970's and 2000's are likely to contain polished brass hardware.  Whether it be sliding closet doors, cabinet knobs, doorknobs and door hinges, brass is was a very common finish to use. I think we can all agree to be content that the polished brass/ gold phase has passed.  Many people are now "de-brassing" their homes to get a more updated look.  Interestingly enough, we are seeing brass make a come-back in more matte and brushed sheens.We see the yellow-toned finishes work great in luxury contemporary and classic kitchens.  When brass is not polished, it acts as more of a color statement than a metallic that reflects light.Satin brass glows softly, yet brilliantly with sophisticated color palettes of neutrals, blacks, grays and whites. 1.  Brass Kitchen FaucetsKitchen faucets are a great place to experiment with different finishes.  A Brass, Gold or Bronze Kitchen faucet finished looks extremely refined and classic with...

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