How to Add Clean Lines with Hand-Free Fixtures

The trend right now is convenience, especially in kitchens, and this is seen through hands-free technology. Here is a look at how to add clean lines with hands-free fixtures.

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How to Add Clean Lines with Hand-Free Fixtures

Posted by MARK Z. on Thursday, January 15th, 2015 at 9:35am.

Home planning

Homeowners have become more interested in making their homes as practical as possible. This especially is wanted in the bathroom and kitchen. Having simplicity and minimalism on fixtures and faucets is extremely important these days.

Rather than purchase items that will go out of style down the road, they want to spend the money on simple and classic designs. Consumers are requesting products that are efficient and practical to make life a little easier. The trend right now is convenience, especially in kitchens, and this is seen through hands-free technology. Here is a look at how to add clean lines with hands-free fixtures.

Saving Water

Hands-free faucets have gained popularity due to their convenience, water saving and money savings. Kitchen tasks are easier when users can simply touch the faucet to activate the water flow. Some allow you to avoid touching the faucet at all and just use a sensor to detect motion for shutting water off or back on. They are also a cleaner option because there is no-touch required. These products are saving on water waste and lowering water costs for homeowners.

Money-saving products like these are rising in popularity among homeowners. Manufacturers are creating more water-efficient products for consumers that won’t interrupt their current habits. You can also find aeration or air induction technologies in showerheads and faucets that help reduce water without affecting water pressure.

Beautiful Bathrooms & Kitchens

Consumers want to see bathrooms and kitchens that are easy to maintain yet look beautiful. Many people are skipping the classic favorite stainless steel and choosing brushed chrome or nickel for finishes on faucets and fixtures. They don’t show water spots or fingerprints making them easier to care for. Contemporary and sleek faucets from Europe are replacing bold angels and straight lines.

Most people want single-handle faucets with pull-down sprayheads to reduce clutter and the amount of time to clean. By adding bold colors, like split-finish pull-down faucets that combine stainless steel with a choice of red, black or white, you can add style and color without spending too much or going out of style.

This are the newest trends in kitchen and bathroom design.

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