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Many California homes feature beautiful open floor plans with airy spaces and lots of natural light. And it is easy to see why. In the sunny state of California, nature is always central to the design of living spaces.
For California-style kitchens, this idea takes center stage in the room's fixtures, layout, and decor. Kitchens in California are a place to gather, make fresh food, and enjoy the bounty of the area's fertile lands. Light white color schemes, brass fixtures, and antique finishes all help define the stunning style of California kitchens.
For homeowners whose Cali-kitchen needs a facelift, a few quick updates can help transform the space. For those who want to bring the California style into their home states away, borrowing on the area's focus on simplicity and rustic style can add new warmth to the kitchen. Take a look at the most popular kitchen styles and fixture options for California kitchens.
For many who reside in California, the state's robust agricultural industry means a steady supply of fresh fruits and vegetables makes its way into the kitchen on a daily basis. Eating from the fertile land is a huge part of the kitchen culture of California. Fresca-style dishes and locally sourced meals are integral to dining in the area. For homeowners, this is reflected in the way kitchens are designed, right down to the faucets. For a fresh flair, try one of the following California-inspired combos.
The titles might all be Big Apple, but these faucets pair perfectly in a California home.
The New York pull-down faucet is sleek, elegant, and modern. However, it doesn't get lost in angles and edges; instead, the tall sloping faucet spoutneck offers a touch of clean sophistication. The warm brushed brass is the perfect accompaniment for earth-toned California kitchens, and the pull-down faucet head makes washing those fresh fruits and veggies simple.
Pair with the Manhattan pot filler for a complete set. This pot filler similarly features simple, sleek lines. The lack of complexity in design makes it a subtle piece that will blend into the design of the kitchen. For big pots of soup, stews, and pasta, the convenience of the pot filler is hard to beat.
For a little more rustic, a little more vintage, and a lot more style, the Heritage pull-down faucet in antique brass is a great California kitchen pairing. This faucet features a bridge-style design with two traditional criss-cross handles with classic hot and cold labels. While the elements of this faucet might give a nod to the past, the springy pull-down sprayfaucet head is all modernity. A strong spray makes this a great choice for busy home chefs. Wash fresh produce, clean up a deep sink basin, and do it all in style.
To pair with the Heritage classic, the Metropolitan pot filler is a perfect pick. Similar to the Heritage, this pot filler is crafted with criss-cross hot and cold handles. The antique brass finish helps add to the vintage appeal of the piece while providing all the modern convenience of a stovetop pot filler.