Friday, February 20, 2009

Faucet: Final pick.




By Rohl. In all its polished-nickel glory.

20 comments:

Paul Anater said...

It's beautiful. Congratulations.

GrannySmithGreen said...

Yummie! Isn't this one like Joni's? It's just beautiful. You'll never be sorry with the polished nickel. Love it.

Anonymous said...

I really wasn't a fan of the other ones you posted, cause i though the horizontal bar looked really awkward and ruined the potential form of the faucet. However, this one is really nice; the subtle curve of the horizontal bar gives the piece a nice elegant form. Good choice Decorno.

- Chase

Anonymous said...

Hideous.

Whatever are you thinking of? Opening a dog grooming operation at home?

Please throw away all of your Martha Stewart Living mags from the 80's.

tartanscot said...

OOoooooo. . . . excellent choice. can't wait to see things start coming together.

Maison Luxe said...

Gorgeous!! Congratulations on your fab new kitchen!

my favorite and my best said...

very nice. classic and pretty. timeless. all words that this anon douchbag cannot grasp.

Anonymous said...

We put in a sink that seems twice as big as the old one, and guess what? I makes standing at the sink a pleasure. It feels like the cabinets got pushed back and the window even got bigger. Crazy. But you definitely need a faucet that has this kind of height and reach with a large sink. I love the farmhouse feel, but I sincerely hope you don't mind the two handles down the road. What about having your contractor install a foot pedal at the base of your sink cabinet? I would love that. xoxo

trustme said...

good choice, proud of you.

Anonymous said...

I think it is stunning.

I don't think you will find it functional. You won't be able to use the back of your arm to turn on the hot water so you can wash the nasty raw chicken juice from your hands.

But if your willing to keep it sanitary and water-spot free, it is honestly very beautiful.

Kudos.

v a n e s s a said...

That is gorgeous! The polished nickle is lovely.

Jennifer said...

gorgeous, timeless and even a bit sleek.

Anonymous said...

We have had a Rohl kitchen sink 3-piece (faucet, soap dispenser and sprayer) for about 3 years. It is also polished brass but the style is more 19th century looking. We have had expensive plumbing problems with the faucet. The sprayer is chronically semi-stopped up. This week the faucet fell apart while I was using it and water hit the ceiling and hit me in the face. The aerator was clogged. We also have a set up in the shower in oil rubbed bronze (not trouble free either, and only about 2 years old. They are beautiful, though.

Anonymous said...

We have had a Rohl kitchen sink 3-piece (faucet, soap dispenser and sprayer) for about 3 years. It is also polished brass but the style is more 19th century looking. We have had expensive plumbing problems with the faucet. The sprayer is chronically semi-stopped up. This week the faucet fell apart while I was using it and water hit the ceiling and hit me in the face. The aerator was clogged. We also have a set up in the shower in oil rubbed bronze (not trouble free either, and only about 2 years old. They are beautiful, though.

S. said...

lovely.

Mary T. said...

We had this faucet in our previous home (though we bought ours from a restaurant supply place). Totally loved it, totally miss it.

erika said...

Bravo. It's gorgeous!
And I'm jealous!

hallie said...

that one rules!

peasandcarrots said...

I agree that it is the antithesis of functional in the kitchen. It would drive me crazy. Glad you're happy with it though. I hope it works out for you.

Mary said...

It remings me of a long-necked bird doing a very wide squat.

In the best way possible :] I like.