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The 411 on Kitchen Faucets: Your Ultimate Guide to Choosing the Right Faucet for Your Kitchen

Your kitchen serves as the backdrop to life’s most treasured moments. It’s the vibrant heart of every home, where family dinners are lovingly cooked. 

In each kitchen, there is a kitchen sink that is the focal point of the space because it is where we clean up life’s messes. And every kitchen sink needs a faucet that does the hard work. So don’t let kitchen faucet selection be an afterthought when designing or renovating your kitchen!

From articulating faucets to gooseneck bridge kitchen faucets, selecting the perfect fixture for your kitchen sink can be daunting. Our comprehensive guide is here to help you find the best kitchen faucet for your needs!

Trending Kitchen Faucet Styles

Your kitchen faucet is more than just a functional fixture. It’s a statement piece that can elevate your kitchen’s design and make daily tasks more enjoyable, not to mention easier. With many styles available, the best kitchen faucet will complement your kitchen’s aesthetic while meeting your practical needs. Some of the top kitchen faucet trends we are seeing now include: 

Modern faucet

Modern kitchen faucets combine sleek design with innovative technology, such as touchless operation and water efficiency, to deliver style and functionality.

Grohe Smart Touch Kitchen Faucet

Bridge faucet

With their classic two-handle design, bridge kitchen faucets offer a nod to the past with hot and cold handles and traditional styling.

Bridge Kitchen Faucet

Gooseneck faucet

Gooseneck faucets’ high, arched spouts add a touch of sophistication and provide ample space to fill large pots and clean bulky items.

Gooseneck Gold Kitchen Faucet

Articulating faucet

Articulating kitchen faucets have adjustable arms that can be moved to direct water exactly where needed to combine functionality with an industrial look — perfect for the active home chef.


Pull down faucet

Kitchen faucets with a pull-down sprayer can be extended downward for targeted water pressure and coverage, streamlining kitchen tasks with an easy-to-handle water flow.

Pull Down Kitchen Faucet With Sprayer

Vintage faucet

Vintage kitchen faucets with intricate designs and classic finishes, such as aged brass or oil-rubbed bronze, add timeless elegance and character to any kitchen.

Vintage Kitchen Faucet

How many holes should your kitchen sink have?

When selecting a kitchen faucet, one crucial aspect to consider is the number of installation holes in your kitchen sink. Some sinks come with pre-drilled holes designed to accommodate various faucet types and additional features, such as soap dispensers or sprayers. 

If you’re upgrading a faucet on an existing sink, you’ll want to consider the number of holes already cut and select a faucet that matches, or you can use a deck plate to cover unused openings. On the other hand, if you’re choosing a new kitchen sink and faucet, the world is your oyster! 

No-hole kitchen faucet sinks

No-hole kitchen faucet sinks are an excellent choice for an uninterrupted countertop surface with wall-mounted faucets.


One-hole kitchen faucet sinks

One-hole kitchen sinks are minimalistic and offer a simplistic, streamlined look with single-handle faucets, integrated spouts, and handles.

One Hole Rohl Kitchen Faucet

Two-hole kitchen faucet sinks

Two-hole kitchen sinks are versatile and functional, and they can work with faucets with separate controls for hot and cold water or single-handle kitchen faucets with a soap dispenser or a side sprayer.


Three-hole kitchen faucet sinks 

Kitchen sinks with three holes are meant for use with traditional faucets with separate handles for hot and cold water and a central spout. Alternatively, they can be used with a single-handle faucet with additional features for your kitchen workspace.

Three Hole Kitchen Faucet

Kitchen faucet finishes

Another big decision when choosing your kitchen faucet: selecting a finish. Stainless steel, chrome, brass, nickel, gold, bronze, matte black … there are so many options to pick from!

If you’re looking for a sleek finish that matches a variety of sink materials and decor, stainless steel kitchen faucets and chrome-finished faucets would work well. A brass or bronze kitchen faucet will evoke warmth. Nickel’s subtle luster offers versatility and durability, while a matte black kitchen faucet stands out for its bold statement — and is one of the most popular kitchen faucet finishes in 2024.

Gold Waterstone Pulldown Faucet
Chrome Franke Kitchen Pull Down Faucet

Faucet features to consider for your kitchen

The perfect luxury kitchen faucet is one that’s customized to your cooking needs and lifestyle! Nowadays, kitchen faucets come with a variety of features, including filtration, eco-friendly water-saving features, and technology like touchless kitchen faucet sensors or voice-activated kitchen faucets

There are also kitchen faucets for specific uses, like a pot filler faucet, which you can install over your stove top so you no longer have to carry heavy pots from the sink to the stove. If you entertain often, you may even consider installing an island sink and faucet – after all two sinks are better than one!

Kitchen Faucet

Experience A Wide Range of Kitchen Faucets at Immerse

While pictures of kitchen faucets and sinks can certainly inspire and guide you in choosing your next kitchen faucet, nothing compares to the experience of seeing and feeling these fixtures in person. Book a showroom tour, where you can explore our extensive collection of designer kitchen faucets from popular brands, ranging from Waterworks, Dornbracht, and Waterstone to Brizo, Delta, and Moen. Our kitchen faucet experts in St. Louis are here to show you ideas and help you sort through the options to find the perfect match for you!

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