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Farmhouse-style kitchens are becoming more in demand because of their natural hardwood kitchen fixtures and features that are unpretentious in terms of their design, which makes food preparation enjoyable even when large amounts of meals are needed to make. Farmhouse-style kitchens tend to focus on having an ample space where several people can move, generous storage, and a good sink and faucet combination.
So, here are some of the best sink and faucet styles you might want to consider for your farmhouse kitchen. But before that…
Pro tip: Choosing a farmhouse sink and faucet can be tricky. So, it is best first to consider the style, type, and size of the sink and the cabinets installed in your kitchen. Is it traditional? Modern? Vintage? Industrial? Make the faucet and sink match well with other kitchen accessories.
Farmhouse kitchens that are minimalistic in theme tend to play with only three colors, and most of the time, the color white is never taken out from that list. And so, many homeowners prefer their kitchen sinks to be still made of fireclay or porcelain matched with a stainless-steel pull-down sprayer that makes the sink and faucet a significant focal point in the kitchen. This makes the kitchen truly elegant and timeless.
Another option that might match the fireclay sink is to choose a gold pull-down sprayer faucet for a more exquisite look.
Should the farmhouse kitchen have a touch of either an industrial, vintage, or modern style, black sinks and faucets are a trend. Minimalist colors may still be at play here, and some homeowners choose this color because it is easier to clean and maintain.
50-50 or double bowl sinks are also in-demand because of their versatility for washing the dishes and food preparation. It utilizes the power of two sinks in one. At the same time, the in-demand pull-down faucets feature great ergonomic functions that allow more incredible fluid motion ideal for cleaning dishes and filling pots.
A farmhouse sink with a black faucet is a welcome addition to a farmhouse kitchen. These fixtures are unique, but they make a bold statement. This style is also versatile and will work with most countertops and backsplashes.
If you have a farmhouse kitchen with a more traditional look, choose a commercial-style faucet. Though some say that they appear clinical, they can also be elegant and luxurious when their stainless double bowl sink is kept sleek and clean all the time.
If you plan on installing the faucet yourself, you may want to look for one that’s easy to install. It’s also important that the faucet you buy is well-made not to drip or corrode. It should be drip-free and easy to operate.
Sink and faucets are at the heart of a farmhouse-style kitchen because they play a significant role in preparing food farm-to-table style. There are many options in which homeowners want their sink-faucet to be designed, and it depends on how much this tandem will work for them.