Pared-back pull-downs: Kitchen Trend

Sleek, minimal and highly practical, these pared-back pull-down kitchen faucets fit seamlessly into the kitchen space.



The tapered spout of Dornbracht‘s new ‘Sync’ faucet can be extended downwards, and has a flexible pull-out hose that can be easily directed to wherever it is needed.  Fitted with a spray setting as well as a clear laminar flow option, users can switch between functions using the intuitive button that’s fitted on the back of the faucet’s matt-black, heat-insulated grip. A slender and precise spout design that measures just 28mm in diameter keeps things neat while the long lever and ergonomic 90-degree opening angle make it easier to dispense the right amount of water.



Blanco USA‘s semi-professsional ‘BlancoCulina’ faucet is designed with professionals in mind. It’s pared-back design includes a sleek closed coil, a streamlined handle inlay and a magnetic spray holder that provides a flexible reach and avoids entanglement. A dual spray is activated via a subtle button integrated into the spout which is also available in a 20% water saving model.



The crisp lines and simple form of Brizo‘s ‘Solna’ kitchen faucet are inspired by contemporary Scandinavian furniture. The super sleek finish is achieved through the incorporation of smart features such as MagneDock® Technology which holds the hidden pull-down spray wand in place while Brizo’s SmartTouch® Technology activates the water flow with a touch anywhere on the faucet spout or handle.

Posted March 19th, 2015 by

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