We're knee-deep in apartment renovation and I am looking at lots of plumbing fixtures.A few years ago we re-did the kitchen cabinets (see above) and tiled the wall behind the stove. I was really happy with the results. But we never got around to the faucet. We stuck with what the developer had put in.
After all the painstaking effort of finding the perfect Moroccan tile and the just-right yellow stools, I started to really dislike the sink faucet. Now that we are renovating on a grander scale, I've had the opportunity to upgrade the plumbing in the kitchen. To help pick out the new faucet, I started playing around on the Inspired Living section of the Delta Faucet site. They've got an interactive digital tool that allows users to explore and discover different faucet designs based on personal aesthetics.
First I started with the quiz on my design style. Here was one of the questions:
After answering the questions, Delta fit me in the "workshop" category.
I like that label. From there I got suggestions on designs I might appreciate. I've narrowed down my choices (you've got to wait a while to see it installed for the big reveal!). But I know I will be getting a faucet with Touch2O® Technology. I make a mess when I cook. With this system, I won;t have to turn the faucet on or off with my hand. I can use a clean forearm or elbow to manage the faucet.
Since we've opted for brushed chrome. This is the faucet I selected. Presenting, the Pilar. I love her for the clean lines and the non-fussy finish. I've had it with shiny chrome. This is the curvy girl for me. And I can't wait to bring the non-touch technology into my home.
Delta Touch2O Technology for your kitchen and bathroom is precisely in tune with your every touch. Take the quiz to learn which faucet style best describes you at deltafaucet.com
Disclosure: Compensation was provided by Delta via Glam Media. The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of Delta.