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How to Choose the Right Kitchen Faucet for You

If you're like most people, you probably haven't given much thought to your kitchen faucet. But the truth is, it's one of the most essential pieces of equipment in your kitchen. You use it every day, so it's important to choose the right one. There are a lot of different kitchen faucets on the market, so how do you know which one is right for you? In this post, we'll discuss some of the things you need to consider when making your selection. So whether you're remodeling your kitchen or just looking to update your faucet, read on!


Grab your measuring tape because you will need to compare the sink measurements to the size of the faucets as you narrow down your selection. For example, the faucet you choose will need a high enough spout to accommodate washing large dishes and a low enough placement to avoid excess splashing. Also, if you are shopping for a deck-mounted faucet, you'll need to know how much room is available behind the sink for installation. A wall-mounted faucet needs to be installed so the spout extends over the center of the sink, so you will have to consider the space between the inside edge of the sink and the wall.

Sink Configuration

Where the faucet will be installed is nearly as important as the actual faucet. If you are installing a new sink, you can decide on your ideal configuration as you shop for a faucet. Still, if you have an existing sink, you'll need to take into account the configuration by inspecting how many pre-drilled holes it has. Also, remember that faucets can come with faceplates that could be used to conceal extra pre-drilled holes, but it's not ideal to have to drill additional holes to accommodate the faucet.

Faucet Types

There is quite a range of faucet types to choose from based on the number of handles and the shape of the spouts. For example, you'll need to decide between the many options, including single-handle, double-handle, touchless, stationary spouts, pull-down spouts, pull-out spouts, straight spouts, and gooseneck spouts.


There are many different faucet finishes to choose from, and you should consider your overall design style and the other existing finishes in your kitchen. Chrome is a great option that suits most design styles, plus it's easy to clean. If you are looking for a finish that matches your appliances, then stainless steel is typically the right choice; however, if you're looking to mix it up and have a faucet that stands out, you can go for a finish like matte black or brass.

Once you've narrowed down your choices based on these factors, it's time for some hands-on testing! Most manufacturers have showrooms where you can try out their products in person. So head over to your local retailer and start browsing away. By following this guide, you can find the perfect kitchen faucet for your home that meets all of your needs and looks great too! If you would like an expert eye to help you pick out the right fixtures and finishes for your space, connect with Spaces by Juliana today!


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