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Last updated: January 15, 2021
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It can be surprisingly challenging to select the best luxury kitchen faucet once you see the options in the market. However, if you want to get through the buying process with a purchase you can be proud of, you’ll need to be extra careful.
You’ll also need to consider what features these kitchen faucets come with. This is inclusive of the style and dimensions of the faucets as they should match your kitchen décor and sink size. The durability, ease of installation, and the warranty are essential as well. Ideally, the best luxury kitchen faucets are long-lasting, easy to install and have warranties to protect you from any losses resulting from the purchase. Finally, since you’ll be using the faucet on an almost daily basis, the flow rate should be tuned towards your needs. Below are fifteen top-tier luxury kitchen faucets alongside their pros and cons. This may help you with your selection as well.
For starters, we have the Franke FFPD4350 Pescara Kitchen Faucet as our top faucet pick of the day. This purchase has a faucet height of 21.625”, which makes it one of the tallest options listed today. Additionally, if you have a large open space in your kitchen, the tall faucet will look right at home.
Also, at maximum output, the faucet will have a pressure of 1.7 GPM. This is in the range of acceptable flow rates for kitchen faucets. As such, the flow rate will be enough for doing dishes and filling up pots of water.
The exterior of the faucet is mostly made of stainless steel. As for the interior, you find that the kitchen accessory has a 35mm ceramic cartridge. Over time you’ll realize that this component is perfect for both cold and hot water. The cartridge should serve you a long time as well.
Another impressive aspect of the faucet is the flexible hose with a sprout that can swivel up to 360 degrees. This will likely enhance the reach of the tool. Finally, the faucet has a dual-functioning spray head.
What we liked: We liked the dual-functioning spray head. The luxury kitchen faucet comes with a year-long limited warranty. Additionally, the ceramic cartridge and the exterior construction can ensure that the faucet serves you for a long time to come. The flexibility of the faucet is another positive.
What could be better: The pricing of this faucet is relatively high. It is thus no surprise that not many people can afford it.
The pricing of the Axor Citterio 39840001 Kitchen Faucet does seem intimidating. However, for those willing to spend more to guarantee the quality of the purchase, you can’t go wrong with this faucet.
The faucet’s height eclipses that of the editor’s choice selection. Also, the flow rate is relatively superior. As such, you won’t be having any issues with water flow as you wash your dishes.
Notably, the chrome finish gives the faucet a pleasing metallic finish that will work just right for most kitchens. Underneath the chrome is solid brass construction, and finally, there is the ceramic cartridge, just like in the Franke FFPD4350 Pescara Kitchen Faucet.
Furthermore, you have a cascade no-clog aerator. This is in addition to QuickClean anti-lime technology. The latter makes it a cinch to remove limescale as well as other residues that may remain on the faucet after use.
A flexible spout is also part of the faucet’s construction. As mentioned above, the sprout has a reach of 10.63,” which is longer than most other faucets listed. You thus won’t have any problems positioning the faucet however you want for the job at hand.
The Axor Citterio 39840001 Kitchen Faucet also takes after the Franke FFPD4350 Pescara Kitchen Faucet in that you’ll get two spray modes.
What we liked: We liked that you get two spray modes from the device. The construction seems solid and has incorporated components like anti-lime technology and a no-clog aerator. These will make maintenance and use easier. The water flow rate is impressive, and finally, you get a five-year warranty.
What could be better: The faucet is the most expensive out of all options listed. According to some previous buyers, the faucet isn’t very flexible.
Next, we have the Aimadi Contemporary Kitchen Sink Faucet. You notice that this faucet is designed with the end-user in mind once you consider the quick-connect design. As a result, even if you’re not a regular DIYer, you should be able to install the kitchen accessory.
The faucet’s body is made from solid brass, although the handle is fashioned from stainless steel. To complete the look of the faucet, the exterior of the tool is brushed to give a classy metallic finish, which fits in seamlessly with most kitchen designs.
Also, the brushed exterior is quite durable and holds its own against corrosion, discoloration, scratching, and other signs of wear and tear. Consequently, you won’t need to think about replacing the faucet for a long time to come.
Next, this faucet comes with two nozzles. One of them is a pull-down option with a 360-degree spout rotation while the other stays fixed.
While still on the subject of the nozzles, you should know that they provide you with two spray ways to choose from. Lastly, the faucet height works for most kitchen sinks as well.
What we liked: Buyers of this faucet get a five-year warranty. There are two nozzles provided that may work for different jobs. One of the nozzles is flexible and features a 360-degree rotation for some jobs. You don’t need a plumber to do the installation of the faucet for you. Also, the kitchen accessory is built to last.
What could be better: One of the spouts in this set-up is a bit short, making use complicated. There is no hands-free operation for the sprayer.
The single-hole installation Grohe K7 Kitchen Faucet is another top-tier faucet that deserves a place on this list. Going by the faucet height, this tap is one of the taller ones listed. If there is enough clearance between the sink and the upper cabinets, this product might be a good fit for your kitchen.
While the spout’s movement range is quite limited, there are so many positive things about the faucet. One is the anti-lime system that can help keep the maintenance of the tap as low as possible.
Also noteworthy is that this tap is protected against backflow. Additionally, installation should be a quick and straightforward affair.
Another unique feature of this faucet is the adjustable flow rate limiter. You can use this, so the flow rate doesn’t get too high for you and cause a mess.
The metal housing and ceramic valve of the faucet are standard, but they also have their part to play in the durability of the tool. Lastly, the lifetime warranty has not been left out of this faucet purchase either.
What we liked: You have unique features such as a flow rate limiter and the anti-lime system. The faucet is made to last. You get a lifetime warranty for the faucet.
What could be better: The 120-degree swivel range is relatively limited. The pricing of this faucet is also quite high.
Depending on how you designed your kitchen, the Vigo VG02001MB Edison Kitchen Sink Faucet, with its matte black finish, might fit right in. However, there are about six more color options available if you feel the matte black option doesn’t work for you. Notably, all these finishes result from a seven-layer plating process which all but guarantees the exterior paint won’t chip as you use it.
The faucet comes ready to install, and with all the hardware accessories you might need for the job. As such, if you’re good with your hands, it should take you a relatively short time to have the tool ready for washing dishes, veggies, and fruits.
Notably, the top part of the tap is capable of a 360-degree swivel giving you more maneuverability as you work on things in your sink. The tool also features an expandable component that would allow you to pull the faucet up to 30”.
Finally, the faucet being ADA compliant may also strike a chord with some of you.
What we liked: We liked the faucet’s lifetime warranty. Other than that, the tool is ADA compliant. Also, you get multiple finish options for this easy-to-install kitchen accessory. The 30” spray head extension is another impressive feature.
What could be better: The faucet’s handle isn’t very durable. The instruction manual for installing the faucet is unclear.
You might also want to consider the Vigo VG02007ST Zurich Kitchen Faucet for purchase. One element the faucet shares with a lot of other picks listed is the exterior brass construction. The ceramic disc cartridge has also not been left out of this tap.
In addition to the top-tier construction materials, the dual-action sprayer is expandable. In fact, it can stretch up to 28”. Also, inside the package, you’ll find hot/cold water lines and anything else you might need to install the kitchen accessory.
Furthermore, you can tell that the faucet is high-quality because it has WaterSense and CEC certifications. Lastly, the seven-layer plating process used on this Vigo faucet will ensure the tool maintains its exterior aesthetics for a long time to come.
What we liked: The faucet comes with an extendable sprayer in addition to durable construction components. Also, there’s a lifetime warranty that comes with the tap after purchase. The faucet’s construction is certified by two different bodies. The purchase includes all installation accessories.
What could be better: This luxury faucet is more prone to leaking. Also, the faucet design is too tall for a lot of kitchens.
The Brizo 62536LF-RB Tresa Kitchen Faucet is next on our list of top luxury kitchen faucets in the market. From the image we’ve provided of the device, you can tell that it’s different from most other faucets listed. Notably, you may have to drill two extra holes in your kitchen sink for installation if yours only came with one.
Also, the faucet stays closer to the sink due to its relatively short stature. As you can see, you’ll have a two handle set-up that allows you to regulate your hot and cold water. These handles have 1/4-turn stops that help you control the water flow to match your needs.
Additionally, there is a side-spray included that is more flexible and includes front trigger activation. The tap features brass construction, which you should know is quite reliable when it comes to plumbing. Another theme in this faucet’s construction that you’ll find in other options is the ceramic disk valve.
The exterior of the faucet is unique as it has been finished with a Venetian Bronze coat. This gives the tap a more rustic feel. Of course, if you believe this tap design works better with your kitchen, you should make the purchase.
What we liked: The design of the Brizo 62536LF-RB Tresa Kitchen Faucet gives more control over the water flow. The faucet is durable, down to the internal components. Additionally, the rustic exterior may be perfect for some of your kitchens. The flow rate is quite high. Lastly, a lifetime warranty comes with the purchase.
What could be better: The faucet may be a little more problematic to install since it needs three holes.
Another option you can settle on is the Blanco 440557 Kitchen Faucet. This faucet is for installation in a 1 3/8-inch hole. Of course, this matches with most pre-drilled holes in sinks.
The product also has other markings of a top-level luxury kitchen faucet. The brass construction is one of them. After all, most tap manufacturers do find brass to be quite reliable.
Nevertheless, looking at the tap, you probably wouldn’t be able to tell that it is made of brass, thanks to the pleasing satin nickel finish. Also, inside the faucet is a ceramic disc cartridge. One of the upsides to the inclusion of this cartridge is how it handles water at varying temperatures.
Looking at the top of the faucet, you also see a coil or spring-like design. This is perfect for the pull-down functionality of the kitchen accessory. Notably, thanks to this top part being so flexible, you’ll also have no problems rotating the spout as much as you need to.
What we liked: The tap’s construction is durable and can handle water even at hot temperatures. The spout on this faucet can be rotated 360 degrees to cater to your use needs. It easily fits most pre-drilled holes in sinks. Buyers will get a limited lifetime warranty the moment they purchase this faucet.
What could be better: Despite the flow rate being listed as 2.2 GPM, quite a number of buyers have complained that it is lower.
Another potential luxury purchase is available in the Moen 5923 Kitchen Faucet. This kitchen tap gives the Axor Citterio 39840001 Kitchen Faucet a run for its money in terms of faucet height. As such, if you are a fan of faucets that take up a lot of vertical space, this pick could be for you.
Notably, the spout stretches once you pull down the spout. Also, the tool is retractable and will easily go back to its original state after use. As for the spout reach, it is 10”, which should be in line with kitchen faucet standards.
The chrome finish may also be what you’re looking for in a faucet for your kitchen. One unique feature of the tap is the boosted stream that will ensure that a faster flow rate. Notably, you activate this boosted stream feature with the tap of a button.
Lastly, like many other top luxury kitchen faucets, the manufacturer gives you a limited lifetime warranty.
What we liked: The faucet easily retracts even after you’ve stretched it. The extra height of the tap will look good in most kitchens. You have a button included in the design that works to improve the flow rate. Buyers get a limited lifetime warranty as well.
What could be better: Those who want to reach deeper into their pockets to acquire the motion sensor version of the faucet should know that it is unreliable. Also, the flow rate is one of the lowest listed on today’s list.
It may also serve you better to get the Kohler K-99259-VS Artifacts Kitchen Sink Faucet. From the image above, you may not be able to tell that this is a pull-down faucet just by looking at it. This is partly thanks to the magnetic docking system that holds the spray nozzle in place until you pull it down.
One improvement this faucet has over other options is the three spray patterns available. Some of these spray patterns are ideal for washing vegetables while others work for doing the dishes.
The flexible supply lines provided may even prove a huge help when you’re putting this accessory in your kitchen. Also, this is one of those faucets where you have multiple finish options to choose from. The one displayed above is the stainless steel pick. Additionally, these finishes are meant to last just as long as the tap.
For any damage to the faucet’s structure, you can just fall back on the lifetime warranty from the manufacturer as a source of recourse.
What we liked: Your Kohler K-99259-VS Artifacts Kitchen Sink Faucet is protected by a lifetime warranty. You get various tap finishes to choose from. Lastly, you have three distinct spray patterns to help with your various kitchen chores.
What could be better: Some of the spray modes of the faucet splash water everywhere.
The fact that the Kraus KPF-1610SS Commercial Kitchen Faucet comes with 22” water lines may help some of you with the installation. Notably, the positives of the faucet don’t stop there. There’s the brass body and the elastic nature of the retractable hose.
Additionally, the faucet comes with a dual function water sprayer. Next, the ceramic cartridge should be handy when dealing with hot water. This faucet also offers you lots of different colors to choose from. A few examples include stainless steel, brushed gold, and the matte black finish.
The kitchen accessory also only needs one pre-drilled hole for installation in your sink. This makes the installation a lot easier, and sometimes that can help you save on plumber’s fees. The lifetime warranty is also present should anything happen to your faucet.
What we liked: We liked the variety of available finishes. Also, if the faucet doesn’t last long, the warranty is there to protect you when it gets damaged. The product comes with accessories that are meant to ease installation.
What could be better: Some of the paint on the faucet chips away relatively quickly. According to reports, the faucet isn’t as durable as most of the competition.
The Moen S711ORB Kitchen Faucet is one of the more expensive luxury kitchen faucets listed, just like the editor’s choice and premium pick options. As you can see, the tap will require three holes in your sink for the installation. One is for the handle, one for the side spray, and the last one for the main nozzle.
This bronze faucet is also built to last and the limited lifetime warranty is evidence of the same. You will also find the tap is capable of temperature control.
The flow rate of the faucet is somewhat wanting. However, the slow flow rate may be instrumental in conserving water in your household. Lastly, the tap is ADA compliant and will thus be easy to use for people from all walks of life.
What we liked: The faucet comes with durable exterior construction. Another positive of the tap is the limited lifetime warranty. Also, the faucet is ADA compliant.
What could be better: The flow rate is considered low by most people’s standards. The faucet is relatively pricey.
As long as you use the KunMai Single Handle Kitchen Sink Faucet at home, the tool’s residential lifetime warranty should cover you in case of damage. However, given how the tap is made of brass and features a top-quality ceramic valve, you probably won’t need the warranty.
The polished gold finish may be attractive to some of you. However, if it’s not, you can pick the chrome option. Also, there are two other finish variations that involve a combination of chrome and gold.
As for the spout, it comes with a dual-sprayer function. Also, you cannot miss the 360-degree swiveling spout.
When you do receive the package containing this faucet, you should find within it the installation guide. Alongside that, there’s also hardware that you might need for installation, including the water lines.
Please note that if you decide that this tap should serve you in your commercial endeavors, the warranty only covers you for five years.
What we liked: The faucet comes with top-tier construction components, which shouldn’t be a problem to fit in your kitchen. Also, DIYers will have a field day installing the tap as all hardware components needed for the process are provided. Installation instructions are also provided if you need them.
What could be better: The commercial use warranty offers little coverage compared to the residential use option. Also, the gold color option seems to be disappointing a few buyers.
As a starting point, the 2.2 GPM flow rate is already a positive for this luxury kitchen faucet. The manufacturer incorporates a pull-down spout in the design of this tool. However, unlike the 360-degree options listed, this faucet’s spout can only swivel at an angle of 197 degrees.
The installation requires only one hole. If you’re lucky, your sink should already have a pre-drilled hole to make use of. The ceramic disc cartridge is another positive element of the faucet.
What we liked: The limited lifetime warranty should be handy if you damage the faucet. The tap is perfect for 1-3/8” holes, which are often pre-drilled into sinks. The flow rate is impressive.
What could be better: The movement range of the Blanco 441647 Kitchen Faucet’s spout is relatively limited. Also, the installation instructions seem poorly written.
Our next tap option on the list is the Delta Faucet 4380-SD-DST Kitchen Faucet. Notably, this is the only luxury kitchen faucet listed that will require four holes in the sink. This can make the tap’s installation more complicated.
Also, it has no extendable or retractable components. The spout included has a 180-degree swivel range. As such, it can serve a double sink if it is well placed in the middle.
You’ll even find that the interior construction of the faucet is unique. While the kitchen tool is mainly made of brass, the inside has a valve with tough diamond coating.
Another thing potential buyers of the Delta Faucet 4380-SD-DST Kitchen Faucet should know is that there are 32-inch supply lines provided with the kitchen accessory. This may come in handy when installing the tap in your kitchen.
What we liked: We liked the diamond coating of the valve, which makes the faucet more durable. You get a lifetime warranty with the purchase of the faucet.
What could be better: The four holes required to install the faucet make the process more complicated.
Things to Сonsider
Seeing some examples of top-tier luxury kitchen faucets may make the selection process even more complicated. After all, they all seem remarkable in one way or another. However, remember that you have to stay true to your needs with your selection. The buying guide below will help you do just that.
Why invest in a luxury kitchen faucet?
If you have a luxury kitchen, it is only right to complement it with a luxury kitchen faucet as well. You will find these faucets to be elegant, functional, durable, and well designed. Also, they may come with some luxury features not common in other types of kitchen taps. One example is the high arc provided that allows the user a lot of space for their cleaning work. These faucets also tend to have wide swivel ranges.
Types of kitchen faucets
As a matter of principle, finding out the types of luxury kitchen faucets you will find in the market should be one of the first few things you do. This data will allow you to compare the different faucet types and their benefits, thus allowing you to make better purchase choices. These different types of kitchen faucets are listed below as well as their typical characteristics.
Single-handle faucets are just as the name suggests. One example of such a faucet is the Blanco 441647 Kitchen Faucet. If you’ve decided on a single-handle faucet for purchase, always ensure you have enough clearance from the backsplash. This will keep the handle from hitting the backsplash when you turn it.
Of course, this type of faucet takes up less sink space. Also, installation and use are often not much of a hassle. That said, you will have some issues adjusting the water temperature since the single handle doesn’t offer as much control as the double handle. Lastly, this option will likely only use one of the holes available in your sink.
A classic example of a two-handle set-up can be seen in the Brizo 62536LF-RB Tresa Kitchen Faucet. Each handle will be dedicated to either cold or hot water. As a consequence, temperature adjustments in this type of faucet are easier to make. In most cases, you’ll need at least a two-hole set-up in your sink for the installation of your two-handle faucet. Also, you may find installing the two-handle faucet to be a little trickier than one-handle set-ups.
Pull-out and pull-down faucets
The most common types of luxury kitchen faucets on our list are the pull-out and pull-down options. These sometimes seem to have a fixed design like the Kohler K-99259-VS Artifacts Kitchen Sink Faucet. However, on closer inspection, you find out the spout can be pulled out or pulled down to extend its reach. This does make use easier whether you are cleaning dishes, fruits, vegetables, or more.
In some options like the Vigo VG02001MB Edison Kitchen Sink Faucet, you can tell that the kitchen accessory is a pull-down option just by looking at the spring in its design. These faucets also include a counterweight in their design. The job of this component is to help the spout retract neatly after use.
You can also opt for hands-free faucets. These options have sensors and will rely on them to turn the faucet on or off. Notably, the sensor will likely be at the faucet’s bottom front end and be motion activated. As such, passing your hands in front of it will turn the faucet on.
Pot-filler faucets are another thing you might encounter as you move along in your search for the ideal luxury fitting. These will be installed somewhere near a stove. After all, their purpose is often to fill a pot on the cooker with water. Also, their design allows them to be folded away when not in use, so as not to hinder your cooking efforts. Unfortunately, there aren’t any examples of pot-filler faucets in the list above.
Bar faucets are the last category of faucets you’ll see as you shop around. This type of faucet mostly works where a secondary sink has been installed in the kitchen. Bar faucets don’t project as far into the sink as regular kitchen faucets, making them ideal for a smaller, secondary sink. These options are also smaller than their regular kitchen counterparts.
Features to consider when buying the best luxury kitchen faucet
You should know that no two faucets will be the same when it comes to capabilities. These differences are brought about by the disparity in features. As such, finding out as much as you can about luxury kitchen faucet features as well as the impacts they’ll have on the tool will do you good. To that end, we’ve provided a list of features to consider when buying the best luxury kitchen faucet.
Style and design
Ideally, the type of luxury kitchen faucet you buy will not look out of place in your kitchen. As such, you need to make sure the design, style, and colors of the tap match other fixtures as well as the style of your kitchen. Notably, silver and black faucets seem to match with most kitchen designs, although other colors might fit your kitchen as well.
As you probably know, most kitchens are different in size and even in the fixtures installed. As such, you need to know all the measurements of the kitchen faucet before you buy it. This is inclusive of the faucet height. Remember that upper cabinets may hinder the installation of the faucet if they are low enough.
Also, the spout size should be considered. If it provides enough reach for your sink and use scenarios, you should be okay making the purchase. That said, some of the faucets out there are entirely too big or too small and should be avoided.
Additionally, check the durability of the luxury kitchen faucet before you enter your credit card details. You may not be able to test out the durability of the faucet physically. However, you can draw conclusions on how long the tap will last by looking at the materials used to make it.
As you have probably noted from the list above, brass taps are quite durable and common. This is because the material is resistant to corrosion, especially where it comes into contact with hard water.
Inside most of the brass faucets is another common element, i.e., a ceramic disc valve or cartridge. These make turning the tap on easier. Also, they reduce friction while turning the tap on and off due to the quarter-turn technology. Consequently, they are more durable.
As mentioned above, the kitchen faucet’s durability is highly dependent on the materials used to make it. As such, it is important that the manufacturer use high-quality materials. Also, the finish has to match the quality of the construction.
Of course, if the finish were to come off, the remaining faucet would look pitiful and out of place in your kitchen. It would also be more prone to rust and damage. However, with options like the Vigo VG02007ST Zurich Kitchen Faucet and its seven-layer plating process, the finish is unlikely to come off.
Another important checkmark is the water flow. Depending on the intended use of the faucet, you may be preferential to a higher or lower flow rate. Notably, a 2.2 GPM flow rate as seen in the Axor Citterio 39840001 Kitchen Faucet is quite high compared to other kitchen accessories of the same caliber.
In contrast, the 1.5 GPM flow rate of the Moen S711ORB Kitchen Faucet is relatively low. Most people, nevertheless, seem preferential to higher flow rates.
Some of the luxury kitchen faucets you buy will need you to call in a plumber since they come with a complicated installation process. Others are easy to add to your sink and come with all accessories you might need for the job. With the latter, you get to save some money by DIYing the project.
Also, how complicated the installation process is may be dependent on the number of mounting holes needed. From the list above, more than half of the faucets need only one mounting hole. Considering that most sinks come with at least one pre-drilled hole, this would save you some of the installation headaches.
Nonetheless, other options need two or three holes for the faucet to work. In the cases where there is only one pre-drilled hole present, you need to make up the difference by drilling others. This will require extra equipment and possibly a more experienced person to do the job. If you don’t mind the additional costs both in terms of time and money associated with such an installation, you can go ahead to buy the faucet you want.
Next, you have the temperature settings. As mentioned above, two-handle faucets are better than single-handle faucets in controlling water temperature. This is because they have dedicated handles for hot and cold water.
The single-handle options use the same handle to regulate the amounts of cold and hot water coming out of the faucet making temperature control difficult.
Also, some of these faucets will have a magnetic lock or docking system installed. This component will hold the spout in place when the faucet is not in use. Additionally, the magnetic lock will complement the counterweight to ensure the spout goes back to its original position after being pulled down.
Notably, not all luxury kitchen faucets have this feature.
Another notable feature worth mentioning is the warranty. A lot of the best luxury kitchen faucets in the market will come with lifetime warranties. Of course, these kinds of warranties are ideal since they provide the longest protection and the most value.
Ironically, our top three faucets, namely the editor’s choice, premium pick, and the best value options, have shorter warranties. Nonetheless, you need to remember we are judging them not by their warranties alone but by all the features listed here.
Another way manufacturers making luxury kitchen faucets add value to the purchase is by adding extra features. The anti-lime technology in the Axor Citterio 39840001 Kitchen Faucet is one example.
In the same faucet, you have a cascade no-clog aerator. The anti-lime technology helps maintain the functionality and outlook of the faucet for longer. The aerator can help save as well as ensure a more consistent stream of water.
Both of these and any other extra features you may encounter in the market may be beneficial enough to influence your purchase decision.
The basic design in all kitchen faucets is the same. They all have a rubber washer in them that acts as a water cutoff point. Turning the handle in an anticlockwise motion will raise the rubber washer. This then allows the water to flow into the faucet and out of the spout.
Of course, turning the handle in the clockwise direction will have the opposite effect. The rubber washer will be placed back in its original position and block the inflow of water as a result.
There is often no need to change the drain supply when putting in new faucets. However, if you have decided to buy a faucet with a different finish, you might want to purchase a new drain supply as well so they can match.
How tall your kitchen faucet should be is dependent on your kitchen and sink. Ideally, the faucet will fit your sink, have enough clearance from upper cabinets, and overall look good when installed. As such, you may have to look into the size of your sink. This is in addition to the distance between your sink and any other installation, e.g. upper cabinets. Getting these measurements should give you an idea of your limits with regard to the height of your faucet.
It might be a little presumptuous of us to decide which faucet manufacturer is better between these two options. As we’ve insisted in the write-up above, the best faucet is one that’s tailor-made to fit your needs. As such, the better offering doesn’t have to be a Moen or Delta as long as it matches your needs.
The Franke option has excellent construction, a wide swivel range, a flexible hose and a dual-functioning spray head. Next, we have the Axor Citterio 39840001. This faucet comes with anti-lime technology which is a huge positive. What’s more, the cascade no-clog aerator is a unique feature on the list. The construction and the flow rate of this faucet are not bad either.
Notably, the pricing of the Axor may be a little intimidating for most people. However, if you have the funds available, buying this faucet should not be a problem.
Finally, the Aimadi Contemporary Kitchen Sink Faucet is another excellent option. One thing buyers will appreciate with this faucet is how easy it is to install. Aside from that, this is one of a few options on the list with two spray ways. The 360-degree rotation of the spout may also be useful in some situations.
Some of you might not agree with our top picks since they aren’t in line with your needs. If you’re part of this group, you should comment below and tell us which are your three favorite luxury kitchen faucets from the list above. Also, mention the reasons for your picks. This information might help another person looking to make such a purchase.