When it comes to kitchen and bathroom fixtures, trending finishes offer an eye-catching design feature of their own. Compared to the all-white, farmhouse-style designs of the past, darker cabinetry and colored appliances are the latest trends to appear in home renovation shows and design magazines. Contemporary designs allow for bold statements, and kitchen and bathroom fixtures help set the tone for a more modern aesthetic. In keeping with the latest trends, the following fixture colors are among the most popular styles for 2019-2020.
Bright metallic finishes are quickly regaining status as a homeowner favorite. High glossy fixtures echo the more contemporary design traits of bold cabinetry and brings style to a focal point at the sink. High-polished chrome is a quick way to put a modern update in a kitchen or bathroom, and the finish pairs well with bright stoves and hoods in the kitchen.
When designing a timeless kitchen, brushed nickel fixtures are both what’s in style now and what will remain stylish for years to come. One of the reasons so many homeowners love brushed nickel is its long-lasting finish and easy care which doesn’t show fingerprints or water spots. Brushed nickel is an ideal design choice when looking to soften the look of a kitchen or bathroom and pairs attractively with stainless steel appliances.
One of the most up-and-coming finishes to hit the market is matte black. Designing with black matte fixtures is both bold and classy. The finish plays a striking contrast in light, open kitchens, or makes an industrial design statement in more contemporary spaces which aim to highlight plumbing features. A stunning design choice, matte black is a trend that’s quickly gaining in popularity. While practical for daily use with its easy-care finish, the elegant color bridges the gap from function to beauty and compliments nearly every design aesthetic.
When keeping up with the latest kitchen and bathroom trends, don’t overlook the importance of fixture finishes which add a beautiful centerpiece to any space.
- Single Handle Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet
- Lever Handle
- Pull-Down Head with 2 Spray Patterns Swivel 360°
- 7-5/8″ Reach, 8-3/4″ From Deck to Aerator
- Ceramic Disc Cartridge
- 1 or 3-Hole 8″ Installation
- Ball Joint Swivel Spray Head
- Easy-Install 30” Flex Supply Lines With 3/8” Connections
- With 1.8 GPM Flow Rate
- Deck Cover Plate Included
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“For something you touch several times a day, why not pick a finish for your faucet that will make you feel good?” -Peter LaBau, architect and author of The New Bungalow Kitchen.