Bar sink faucets
The list of tasks we perform in the kitchen can boggle the mind. As the centerpiece of a lot of activity, we end up doing many things in the kitchen and at the kitchen sink. So wouldn’t it be a relief to have an extra faucet available to help us with our daily tasks? A bar faucet is designed for such things and it’s an amazing fixture to have at your disposal.
Bar sink faucets (also sometimes called secondary faucets) are generally smaller than their standard kitchen faucet counterparts, but can still perform everything their big brother can—washing fruits, veggies, and dishes; filling pitchers, coffee pots, and drinking glasses; and helping with whatever needs to be done at any dinner party or get-together.
Think of a bar sink faucet as just a smaller version of a regulation kitchen faucet, and you get an idea of how simple the installation can be. The bar faucet comes with either one or two handles and is offered in a number of different themes, like traditional, transitional, and contemporary. You’ll typically see bar sink faucets come in the lighter finishes, such as chrome and nickel tones, but of course, there are exceptions.
While bar sinks
and faucets can do anything a larger kitchen faucet
can do, they don’t come equipped with some of the extras, like a side spray and soap dispenser. But expect some bar sink faucets to include a pullout spray.
Bar sink faucets are a great way to augment your kitchen’s fixtures and can definitely be a memorable design statement.