Making A Statement: Kitchen Faucet Trends

Hardware is the jewelry of every room in your home. Including the kitchen. Which means accessories can make or break a look. So, consider all the details that go into designing your perfect room — even your kitchen sink’s faucet.

Start With Style

Bielinski Homes offers three options when it comes to kitchen faucets. All of the Moen® brand name, the three styles can change the aesthetic, feel, and look of your kitchen in a subtle, but noteworthy way. So ask yourself, “What vibe am I going for?”Arbor — This is a wonderful option if you like organic shapes, as it curves elegantly without taking up too much space.Sleek Pulldown— For the modernists who like a streamlined look, this is the fit for you.Sleek Spring Pulldown — If you’re looking for a highly functional, powerful faucet with an industrial feel, this is the choice for you.Each choice is versatile, and comes down to your personal preference. The kitchen faucet is a small way to help bring your kitchen to life.

Finishing Touches

Once you’ve settled on the style of your faucet, consider the finish. You can choose from numerous colors — like stainless steel, black, gold, and brushed or satin nickel, to name a few.Color matters since it can add a striking feature to your entire kitchen. For those who like sleek and clean looks, a black finish can achieve that goal — even if you have a more modern-styled faucet. The black finish goes well with a gray color palette, as it stands out without being too overbearing.If you like the contemporary look, a gold finish is the right move. Gold pops against a darker color scheme — making your kitchen an aesthetic focal point of the home. But, if you prefer a lighter or warmer toned room, then nickel may just be the right option.Take a step back, and look at your kitchen as a whole. If you know the color palette of your walls, cabinets, and flooring, you can match your hardware to really pull the room together.

Don’t Overlook Cohesion

It’s also important to think about the little details.Not many people know that the drain and mounting ring often come in a different finish than the faucet — unless you specify. So, when looking into a new faucet, be sure you choose a matching finish. If you want a black faucet, make sure the drain and ring are also black. This goes for all elements of your sink, tub, or shower. Cohesion in the hardware can make your room shine.Pro tip: take a look at your current home’s hardware and take note of what you do and don’t like. This will help make sure you get exactly what you want out of your brand new home.Ready to start planning the look of your brand new kitchen? Buy or build your new home today.