Kitchen and Bathroom Faucet Trends for 2011
There are lots of fun options in energy efficient kitchen and bathroom faucet trends for 2011. Brushed nickel still reigns, but other finishes are gaining popularity.
Here is the king of faucets in brushed nickel. It features a tall goose neck and a pull-down sprayer hose with touch control. Just tap it and it turns on and tap again to turn off. Especially nice when your hands are messy.
No more wrestling with hoses on the side. Sprayer hose pulls down out of the faucet. When you're done, just pop it back. Shown in chrome, which is gaining in popularity, especially in sleek urban kitchens.
Many of the new faucets offer regular flow and an aerator option for rinsing fruits and vegetable. A water saving pause function allows you to temporarily interrupt the flow of water without turning off the faucet.
Oil rubbed bronze looks attractive and dramatic in a lot of settings. This antique style faucet is particularly nice in restored Victorians, bungalows, and farmhouses. It complements the style of the home and lends a bit of authenticity.
High arc faucets give you plenty of room. This one's in brushed nickel.
The 90 Degree faucet in chrome. Sleek, shiny and ultra-cool.
Wall mounted facets work great with vessel bowl sinks.
I love the way the water comes out of the waterfall faucet.
A Victorian two-handle in brushed nickel.
A chrome single handle Victorian. It's a faucet with an attitude.
Same faucet, different finish. This time in oil rubbed bronze.
And finally, in brushed nickel. Great look.
Faucets come in many different finishes. If you're thinking of resale value, brushed nickel, oil rubbed bronze and contemporary chrome will be most valued by buyers. All faucets shown are either Moen or Delta.
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