When it comes to finding the right faucet for your needs in the kitchen or bathroom, take a moment to consider exactly what you are looking for. Consider both performance and appearance to make the best decision for your kitchen remodeling or bathroom remodeling project.
When it comes to performance, think about how you use your faucet today and what features are want versus must have. Handles, sprayers, hands free. You need a faucet that will be ready to handle everything you throw at it. If water consumption or having a more sanitary sink area is a priority then a hands free faucet might be your best consideration. Or maybe you cook a lot of large meals and having a sprayer is critical, be it a pull down, pull out or side spray.
How important is color, fit and finish? A variety of finishes can help your faucet to seamlessly blend in or become a subtle focal point in a kitchen or bathroom. Consider the profile of your faucet as well. The difference between going with a high arc faucet (on average 8-10” above the sink) or a low arc faucet (on average 3-8” above the sink) can be the difference between easily cleaning large pots or not, or a window over the sink where a high arc faucet may be too big.
When it comes to selecting the right faucet for your kitchen cabinets or bathroom cabinets, consider your daily faucet habits and the features most important to you to find the right combination to work best.