Pot filler faucets were once only used in commercial and high-end kitchens, but a number of manufacturers, like Delta, Moen, and Danze are offering convenient pot filler faucets that are wall-mounted and flexible enough to reach all the burners at several heights. These newly designed faucets fold against the wall when not in use and can be turned on and off at either end of the faucet, making them safer and more convenient than their predecessors. The faucets are also available in a number of different finishes to blend in perfectly with your kitchen.
I never get tired of finding kitchen faucets to share with you all. Here's one that is simple and practical yet stylish at the same time.
Price Pfister's Rembrandt Pull-out Kitchen Faucet has a bold, high-arc design unique for a pull-out faucet, allowing it to accommodate larger pots, similar to a more traditional pull-down style. The Rembrandt Kitchen Faucet can be mounted in one-, two-, three-, or four-hole configurations, to fit any kitchen sink, with matching soap dispenser on the two- and four-hole designs. Adding to its versatility is Rembrandt’s transitional style, which makes it easy to integrate into both traditional and more contemporary-remodeled homes.
Delta Faucets has recently introduced a new collection of bathroom faucets featuring a Touch 2Oxt™ Technology. The faucet can be activated by a simple tap or touch, making it much easier to turn off water flow with messy hands or between tasks so water is conserved. The sleek design is attractive but the way this faucet functions is what sets it apart for sure.
In addition to this new technology feature Delta has incorporated another design with Touch 2Oxt Technology that enables you to activate the spout when it senses you near the spout OR letting you turn the water on and off with a simple tap anywhere on the spout or handle.
This new technology is being introduced into home bathroom remodels instead of just for commercial end use. They are a great way to conserve water and save you money.