Kitchen Faucets Guide

Kitchen Faucets Guide

  1. Considerations

  2. Form

  3. Function

  4. Finishes

  5. Other Considerations

  • Choose your faucet

    What’s Your Faucet Style? Do You Need A High-Arch Spout To Accommodate Large Cookware? Do You Prefer To Operate The Faucet With A Single Handle Or Two Handles? Choose A Pullout Or Pull-Down Model For All-In-One Function, Or Select A Wall-Mount Faucet To Keep The Countertop Clear. Many Models Are Available In Multiple Sizes To Pair With Different Sink Sizes And Kitchen Task Areas.

  • Choose your faucet

    Pull-Down and PullOut Spout Faucets


    If you prefer a clean sink deck without a sidespray, a pull-down model might be the right choice for you.

    • Generous spout height
    • Multiple spray options
    • Eliminates the need for a separate sidespray
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    With the same function as a pull-down faucet, pull-out models generally have a larger section of the faucet that pulls away.

    • Available with multiple spray functions
    • Offers a larger grip area
    • May be more comfortable to use
  • Standard-Spout Faucets

    Kohler offers a beautiful variety of faucets with multiple configurations and sidespray options.



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    • Volume and temperature are controlled by a single lever
    • Lever is located on the faucet or next to it



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    • Familiar design and function
    • Separate temperature controls
    • Lever, cross or wristblade handles
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    • A new interpretation of a classic design
    • Two-handled with generous swing spout
    • Mounts on counter, sink deck or wall
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    • Reduces countertop clutter 
    • Makes for easy cleanup around the sink
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