The influx of farmhouse sinks over the last few years sparked debates in regard to the proper type of faucet to use with the newly popular sink. The consensus? Most often it’s a bridge faucet. Your typical farmhouse sink is paired with an oil-rubbed bronze bridge faucet, like this:
Rohl Perrin and Rowe Kitchen Bridge Kitchen Faucet with Sidespray
But regardless of the bridge faucet’s reputation, it can be extremely versatile. Bridge faucets show up everywhere, from country kitchens:
To traditional kitchens:
Danze Opulence Two Handle Bridge Kitchen Faucet
To contemporary and modern kitchens:
To quirky kitchens:
Sonoma Forge Brownstone Deck Mount Faucet
They’re available in so many configurations, mounts, and finishes, there’s one to accommodate every lifestyle.
Mico Simone Bridge Faucet
Rubinet Flemish Wall Mount Kitchen Bridge Faucet
Some are even jointed for extra reach, which is useful in oversized farm sinks:
Waterstone Towson Suite Bridge Faucet
Jaclo Steam Valve Original Articulated Dual Swivel Spout Deck Faucet
Do you have a bridge faucet?
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