Finishes and Styles of Water Filtration Faucets
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Water filtration faucets are ideal for keeping the entire family hydrated without forming lines at the refrigerator or sink. With a dedicated faucet just for filtered drinking water, it’s much less expensive to keep the filters replaced for the cleanest possible water. Pick the right finish and style for a new water filtration faucet to ensure it blends in well with any kitchen décor.
Streamlined Modern Arches and Squares
For modern kitchens in need of matching fixtures, water filtration faucets are widely available in corresponding designs. Most of the modern styles for this type of faucet focus on a simple streamline curve with little ornamentation. Some of the faucets offer a rectangular or square neck instead, providing a hint of industrial style that mimics the lab.
Ornate Traditional Designs
In the traditional kitchen, the water filtration faucet needs finials, copious curves over the neck, and ornate taps. These highly decorative fixtures will add just as much visual appeal as functional value to the countertop. Yet just as with more modern designs, traditional filtration faucets feature a high, curving neck to ensure everything from water glasses to entire pitchers can fit under the spray.
Shiny and Matte Finishes
All the major finishes are available for water filtration faucets, making it easy to match the fixture to the rest of the kitchen. Polished finishes such as chrome and stainless steel are ideal for modern décor schemes, but they can also look traditional when paired with a more ornate faucet style. Matte and dark finishes including solid black and oil-rubbed bronze tend to fit well into the traditional style, but they can also stand out when worked into a modern room.