One of the most important areas to focus on when it comes to restyling your kitchen is the sink, and more specifically the kitchen taps which you decide to install. Taps are about far more than just the functionality and whilst that is certainly important, they also present an opportunity to add some real style and to bring out the design of the rest of the room.
There is a lot to choose from when it comes to the sink and the taps for your kitchen, and one of the big decisions to make is whether or not to install standard taps or a mixer. Let’s take a look then at what each option offers, and how they can be used in conjunction with different styles of the sink.
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Kitchen mixers are a very common option and it is a simple one lever system, which controls the hot and the cold water coming from the tap. There are a number of reasons why people will go for this type of tap option in the kitchen, for example, they are very easy to install and they offer a far greater range in terms of style options than a standard tap can. With this being said, a mixer requires a home which has good water pressure.
Standard taps feature a hot and cold tap, usually with a single spout or sometimes with two separate spouts. The real draw to this kind of taps is that they are able to function better where there is low pressure and they perfectly complement a traditional kitchen design. For example, rustic kitchens look amazing with these traditional tap options, and there are some kitchen sinks which just cry out to be adorned with some standard taps with dual spouts to bring home the style. These types of taps are far less popular than a mixer tap but they do still offer a great deal in terms of style, and they are the better choice for those who are on a budget.
Tying It Up With The Sink
Naturally, the decision as to which type of tap you buy will be dictated by what kind of sink option you prefer to have in the kitchen. Before you think about materials in the sink you ought to consider how you will be using it, as this will indicate which style to buy. For example, you may wish to have a dual sink with a rinse and a wash option, alternatively you could choose a single sink to maximize the space, or you may opt for a traditional country style ceramic sink.
The sink will make a bold statement in the kitchen and then the taps which you choose will compliment that statement. No matter whether you choose to install one of those undercount kitchen sinks or a drop-in sink, you will get an idea as to which tap choice to make once you see the sink. Mixer taps work best in modern kitchens whereas standard taps are usually more suited to traditional kitchen design.
The smart move is to get that sink first, and then go after the taps that suit it best.