Designing my own kitchen means I have to make my own design decision. First and foremost I thought about kitchen faucet. (really, who doesn't??) Oh ya I go right to the bling bling detail. To me, they are like jewelry for kitchen.
Since I'm planing to have filter water in my new kitchen. I went looking for some nice design drinking water faucet. I found nothin...They are all bad and flimsy looking. When you have a nice vintage kitchen, you gotta have a nice bridge faucet. Putting these ugly water filter faucets right next to it? That's not going to cut it. I wonder why don't they make better looking filtered water faucet?
Scary combo. Apparently works for a lot of people, but not for me.
Long story short, after a long search for a nice drinking faucet, I decided to get a pillar tap and turn that in to drinking water tap instead. I hope that would work. I know the water pressure will be much less coming through a filter but that's a risk I'm willing to take(purely for aesthetic). Heres what I got. Axor Montreux bridge faucet and pillar tap. I got mine in chrome finish, because I think that's the best look for the style of this faucet. It's modern and traditional in the same time.
My kitchen faucets are finally here! I can't tell you how excited I am.
A recent Gallup Poll showed that wealth is in the eye of the beholder. According to these charts, interesting enough, much less than I expected...Many people define rich as having an annual income of $60,000 or less. Sadly with my long wish list, 60k can only get me so much. haha