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What faucet best matches your kitchen’s style

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With hundreds of choices available, selecting the perfect faucet for your kitchen may seem slightly daunting, but with a clear idea of your current, or future kitchen style in mind, it’s easy to find the right one that will go with the flow.

“Installing the right kitchen faucet that fits your kitchen’s style is the final touch that will completely tie the room together,” said Adam Findlay of Spectrum Brands – Hardware & Home Improvement. “People always notice a unique looking faucet when they enter a kitchen and depending on the model it can act as a true statement piece for the room. When considering a new faucet, the right one shouldn’t just provide function but should also reflect your overall kitchen style.” 

To help you find the faucet that best matches your style, Pfister created a quick guide of the five most popular kitchens and what faucet you should consider to best match that style: 

Country – White painted wood trim and butcher-block counter tops give the country style kitchen a charming and cozy feeling. Match the Pfister Glenfield with this style and watch it blend into the farmhouse vibe.  

Modern – Clean lines, stark colours and stone accents make up the modern style kitchen. Make a statement with the Pfister Mystique featuring a simple and refined beauty – a perfect fit for the modern kitchen.

Rustic – Weathered cupboards, antique kitchen tables and exposed brick make up the increasingly popular rustic style kitchen. At home in front of a backsplash of colourfultiles or looking out a window, the Pfister Ashfield has an old-school design that will work in any rustic styled kitchen.

European – Functional and sleek, the European style kitchen is clean from its black tile floors to the exposed wood beams above. Go for the Pfister Fullerton, a sleek and angular faucet that will complement the room’s Scandinavian influence.

Traditional – Hanging bronze pots, a mix of wood and stone and sunlight streaming through large windows make this the most popular room of the house for a reason. A classic choice, such as the Pfister Wheaton looks right in a traditional kitchen, providing a functional and stylish option.