February 24

The Different Styles for your Kitchen Faucet

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Kitchen faucets are quite frankly the most neglected piece of your home décor. But you have no idea what fascinating influence the faucet might add to the aesthetics of your house if you pay a little more attention while choosing the proper faucet for your home.

There is an endless list of faucet styles. But here in this article you will get to know about the most widely used varieties suitable for most types of home decors and lifestyles.

Pull-Out: These types of faucets have only one handle to adjust the flow and are to be used only by one hand. The spray head is long enough which is suitable for pots that are not attached to the sink.

Pull-Down: Almost similar in usage like the Pull-out faucets, the only difference is that the handle is moved down for water flow and temperature control. The arc of the spray head saves a lot of space and it adds a pleasant touch to the beauty of the kitchen.

Commercial/Fusion Style: Mostly found in hotels and office canteens, the professional look of this type of faucets are quickly gaining popularity in the domestic arena also.

Separate Spray: Although it takes up a tad more space in your sink, this faucet has elegance in its look that draws a lot of attention. In this model, the spray head is separate from the handles. Generally two different handles are placed on both the sides of the spray head for temperature control.

Motion Sensor or Touchless: This is one style that has rapidly gained the majority of the market share in the past few years. Known for its water saving feature, it is now used in huge numbers in domestic and commercial kitchens and washrooms. The faucet can sense your hand when placed directly under the spray and will start pouring.

Two Handles: This is although the most traditional faucet style, it must be admitted it has not lost its charm till today. There are households which still buy this model where two handles are attached to the Spray.

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Posted February 24, 2014 by Chris in category Kitchen Apliances & Home Decors