When we first started making selections for our home, I thought of the plumbing (and light) fixtures as the jewelry that dresses up the spaces. So much of our interactions in the home center around water features, and thus the fixtures become focal points in the space. For our family, making sure these touch points in our daily lives were quality and beautiful were super important and in certain rooms, totally worth splurging a bit to get something we will love forever.
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The kitchen island is the main focal point of our open concept first floor, so the sink and faucet were a big choice for us. The faucet is one I have loved for a long time - a Newport Brass bridge style faucet that lends the perfect amount of vintage aesthetic when paired with the clean line farmhouse sink.
Powder Room/Dog Bath
We have two dogs and a kid who love to go outside and get muddy - I mean really muddy. So having a powder room right off the backdoor with a multipurpose dog-wash was a must. The dog wash is elevated to make it easier to bend over and get the pups (or kid) in and out of and has a gorgeous hand shower wand that matches the clean line Purist faucet on the vanity. These are some of my favorite fixtures in our home and have an amazing feel when using them.
Laundry Room/Prep Kitchen
Form meets function in the laundry room with the super durable Kohler composite farmhouse sink and the Moen faucet with it’s convenient pull-down sprayer. The single handle makes it super easy to flip on and off when your hands are dirty and you don’t want to touch anything. And let me say - that sink has seen everything from tie dye to rust (I accidentally left something in there for a week) and it always washes right off! I loved the Moen faucet so much that we have it in the prep kitchen as well.
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