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Prepping for spaghetti night. Bathing the baby. Watering the plants. It should come as no surprise that you spend more active time in the kitchen than any other room in the house. And from selecting a finish to starting installation, there are plenty of things for you to consider when choosing your next kitchen faucet.
For every hour spent in the living room, the average American spends more than 5 hours in the kitchen.*
Thinking about how you use your faucet every day can help you decide if a one-handle, two-handle, or a hands-free option is best for you.
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Single handle operates both hot and cold
Single lever located either on the faucet or next to it
Deliver a classic look
Separate handles make it easy to adjust water flow and temperature
Simple motions deliver hands-free convenience
Single handle override
Have you ever shimmied a large pasta pot under a low spout or had your window view interrupted by a high spout? If so, then you understand how important it is to have a faucet
that's just the right height.
Which Arc Fits You Best?
8-10 inches above sink plane
Budding foodies and culinary pros have met their match with high arc faucets that provide more workspace over the sink.
3-8 inches above sink plane
If you're looking for a streamlined option that keeps a lower profile, a mid or low arc faucet could fit into your kitchen plan.
We asked around and here's what people like you had to say about everyday kitchen behaviors.
Whether you're rinsing down the corners of your sink or cleaning fresh veggies from the garden, a faucet with the right sprayer helps make quick work of your kitchen tasks.
Spray wand pulls down for extended reach and extra maneuverability
The pullout spray wand is easy to use while the streamlined arc helps save space
A simple addition to your kitchen faucet that extends your reach and gives a powerful spray option that's great for cleaning (requires an extra sink hole)
What looks like handles and a spout on the outside can turn out to be something else entirely under the sink. Make sure you know how many holes are in your sink or counter before picking your faucet.
An increasingly more common option, one hole faucets deliver a simple and clean look
Second hole included for a side spray or lotion dispenser, or sometimes a separate handle
Most common in older kitchens built to accommodate traditional faucets with separate hot and cold or two handle faucets
Accommodates traditional two handle faucets plus room for an accessory such as a side spray or lotion bottle
Also called a "deckplate", this is a simple ornamental plate, added at the base of the faucet, that allows you to install a single-handle faucet on a two or three-hole sink.
If you are replacing a faucet, you don't necessarily have to go hole for hole. You can still pick a single hole faucet and add a soap dispenser, filtration faucet or escutcheon to cover extra holes.
All faucets are mounted, but there are a couple options you should know before you take the plunge on your next faucet purchase.
Most common option that's typically center mounted on the sink area surface and just behind the sink.
An installation option typically used for pot fillers, which make it easier to fill large cooking vessels.
Your style is one of a kind, but it can be tough to translate at the sink. Luckily, there are a variety of faucet designs available that can help you capture your essence and express it in your kitchen.
From the exposed ductwork to the angular baseboards, Anna's kitchen radiates a dramatic aesthetic. And at the heart of it all lives an industrial chic faucet that turns simple lines into a statement piece.
Featuring wooden stools with neutral colors, John & Ashley's casual kitchen combines hints of traditional design with contemporary overtones. And the sweeping lines plus the soft, natural curves of their faucet are the perfect complement to a versatile and transformative space.
If every antique tells a story, then William's kitchen is loaded with tons of classic tales. And with its ornate details and rich authenticity, the kitchen faucet is perfectly at home in an old world space.
One key detail can make all the difference, so be sure you understand all the finish options available.
You can add an extra fixture to your kitchen or bar area to make the space work great and look even better.
These smaller faucets for use in smaller sinks are generally located in another part of the kitchen, behind a bar, in a prep area/island, or
at a secondary sink.
Designed to quickly fill cooking pots with water, these fixtures are usually placed above the stove and help eliminate the need to carry heavy pots from the sink to the stove.
Filtration faucets provide separate, cold, filtered drinking water and are a great fit at a second sink or right next to your kitchen faucet.
Tie the Room Together
Lotion & Soap Dispensers
These final touches can help complete your sink-scape while adding an extra level of convenience in your kitchen.
Pulls & Knobs
Match your cabinet knobs and drawer pulls to your other fixtures to create a coordinated look that covers the entire kitchen.
See how Moen's customer-focused philosophy began by taking a common problem and designing an extraordinary solution.
In a world where most things don't put themselves away, Reflex®extends to help with everyday kitchen tasks, then retracts automatically.