1. Choose a style that suits the kitchen and home
The tap is a visual and somewhat protruding part of your kitchen island or bench, so it's important that the style matches with the style of the home and your overall kitchen.
With many mixer and tap styles available, it can be tricky to understand which one will work best in your space.
Below are the four key styles to match with your kitchen.
The minimal style is popular in modern designer kitchens. The focus is on creating a minimal and overly-simplistic design by using inconspicuous and seamless products. Often architectural lines are used as opposed to curves so a sink mixer that matches these strong linear design themes will be harmonizing.
While contemporary and minimalist design is similar, contemporary designed kitchens will tend to be more softened with elegant curves or rounded lines nodding to its art deco roots.
So, using curved lighting or goose-neck tap in a contemporary kitchen can help create contrast to the clean and almost boxy lines.
The industrial style is synonymous with exposed structural elements, using both metal and wood and bringing industrialized or urban aspects into our living spaces.
Large commercial taps are common in industrial kitchens for their functionality and stately aesthetic.
Or, choosing a matte metallic black finish is a good choice to pair with any metal framing.
Traditional Classic Taps
The classic Heritage style is style a popular design-choice for many kitchens. This style features luxurious finishes and design features.
The Perino sink mixer is an excellent option for the Traditional style with its intricate detailing and chrome finish.