Kohler Kitchen Faucets Designs
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Kohler. All opinions are 100% mine.
For those of you that are new here, we are currently in the midst of renovating our RV, and in a couple of weeks we will be focused primarily on the kitchen area. Sure it may be smaller than most people’s walk-in closets, but that’s why every detail counts. Especially since it’s one of the first places you see when you walk into our motorhome. My latest obsession as we plan out our kitchen design has been none other than the kitchen faucet.
So can you can only imagine how excited I was when Kohler asked if I’d like to team up to share a couple of their new faucet designs exclusively available at Lowe’s. A few months ago I didn’t realize how many faucet mounting and design options were out there, and now I can’t watch an episode of Tiny House Nation or even a kitchen commercial without zeroing in on the faucet.
In fact, a couple of weeks ago I shared a post on 10 of my favorite black faucet designs, two of which are from Kohler. When doing research online I discovered what people loved most about Kohler was their quality, which is super important when investing in a product you are going to be using on a daily basis.
If you’re planning a kitchen remodel or are looking for a simple yet affordable way to add both form and function to your sink then here are two beautiful faucets for you to consider.
New Kohler Kitchen Faucet Designs
First up is The Cardale.
This is a stainless 1-handle pull-down faucet that meets the CalGreen requirements for kitchen faucets, and I love how it looks in rubbed oil bronze. The color and style really lends itself to a more rustic-modern design, don’t you think?
We don’t have a dishwasher in the RV so I’m especially drawn to the 2-function spray head and aerated steam settings, which can make it easier to clean those dishes. I also like how the soap dispenser provides a streamlined look while saving valuable counter space.
The techies out there may appreciate the fact that this faucet even has temperature memory that allows the faucet to be turned on and off at any temperature setting. Say what?!
However, my favorite detail on the Cardale Kitchen Faucet may just be the handle. It adds a hint of vintage charm, perfect for a farmhouse style kitchen.
Next up is The Elliston
This sleek, refined faucet would be the perfect addition to a modern kitchen. I’m totally smitten over the polished chrome against the black sink.
One of my favorite features of the Elliston Kitchen Faucet is the height and reach which provides plenty of clearance beneath the spout, making it easier to clean or fill large pots and pans. It also has a MasterClean(TM) spray face that resists mineral buildup and is a snap to clean.
Most importantly, both of these faucets include finishes that resist corrosion and tarnishing, exceeding industry durability standards over two times.
Which kitchen faucet is your favorite?
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