FAQ: What Kind of Faucet Should I Install?

When it comes to renovating your kitchen or bath, the faucet you choose helps set the tone for the space, as well as your home's overall aesthetic. However, while you may know that you want blue tile, open shelving, and motion detected lights, how do you know which faucet is right for your design?

Thanks to modern technology and state-of-the-art style improvements, you now have more choices than ever when it comes to faucets for your home. Ranging from contemporary chic to classically rustic, these faucet options are perfect for Kansas City homeowners.

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Contemporary

Contemporary faucets are a staple in houses all across the metro. Coated in stainless steel and complete with upscale knobs, these pieces of hardware fit flawlessly into most modern design plans, and are easy to keep clean through every day use. Perfect for homeowners looking to show off their personal style, contemporary faucets will enhance your bathroom or kitchen as soon as they are installed.

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Rustic
Coated in bronze and complete with standard knobs, rustic sinks are a great addition to classic homes. The dark color of this piece not only helps to accent the overall theme of your house’s interior decoration, but it also subtly adds value to the space. Great for giving your space warm undertones, rustic faucets are a top trend in home design.

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High-Tech

Smart faucets are the perfect investment for high-tech homes. These faucets, which typically come in shiny metal finishes, turn on and off with just the touch of a finger. Ideal for avid cooks who don’t want to mess with tricky knobs, this faucet is quickly becoming one of the most popular options in new home projects.

Pull together your remodel project by choosing a faucet that fits your family’s practical needs and style wants. Do you live in a renovated farmhouse? A rustic faucet will enhance that charm. Do you plan on using the faucet primarily for cooking? Invest in a high-tech version. Explore your faucet options today, and find the perfect piece for your home.

To learn more about your faucet options and to get started on your remodeling project, visit Total Home Remodeling today.

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