Let’s Play a Game {Kitchen Reno Style}

So, it’s Friday night and I’m up to my usual hijinx.

With phase 1 of my kitchen reno underway {more on that later}, I’m spending the evening playing a rousing game of “Pick a Kitchen Faucet”. I’m cool like that.

This is where I need you smart blog readers help. See, with clients its easy-peasy. I know what they need…. I pick it, present it, and purchase it. Bam. No problemo. For myself? Aghhh the agony of indecision.

So, if you’re not doing anything special tonight, wanna play?

Here’s what’s going down in my kitchen…..

 

 

 

 

 

What say you? 1, 2, or 3?

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20 Responses to “Let’s Play a Game {Kitchen Reno Style}”

  1. Megan Costa says:

    2! Love it!

  2. OMG.. too funny.. we are planning almost identical kitchens.. love that :) I’m leaning between 1 & 3 for a faucet, and I just decided tonight I was switching my lighting to bronze, you just solidified that decision! Thanks!! Can’t wait to see your reveal! xo

  3. Olga says:

    I’m not usually a modern girl but I have to go with #2 on this. Can’t wait to see the end result! :)

  4. Shannon says:

    Love #1, but #3 is a close second!!

  5. Stephanie says:

    I love your lighting choices and the marble…it’s going to be so gorgeous! Tough choice with the faucets, they are all beautiful but I think #2…or #3;)

  6. Sherry Hart says:

    I’m gravitating towards #1…..mainly because of the finish though….gorgeous kitchen!

  7. marg says:

    #1 is my choice but #3 is second.

  8. Erica says:

    Love #2 and think it would be a good contrast, but go with your gut and you won’t choose wrong.

  9. Call me Patty says:

    I think any one of them would be beautiful. But I’d go with door #2. I like the element of surprise by mixing up some modern with all the traditional. The others are predictable.

  10. Wow, kitchen will be beautiful!
    I just installed something very similar to #1 from Taymor for a client – he loves it. I don’t really like the neck so much of 2 and 3, although beautiful faucets – #1 would be my choice :)
    Jil

  11. Jess says:

    Something about #3 doesn’t look as sturdy. I like the finish on #1 and the clean lines of #2. So I’m leaning toward #2 unless we could look at others??? :)

  12. Christa says:

    LOVE THIS! Can’t wait to see the end result as well! I am all about #2.. although they are all beautiful – LOVE the Kitchen Table fixture.

  13. Dawna Jones says:

    Karla such a tough decision! Personally I love them all and I don’t think there is a wrong choice but for the sake of throwing in my 2 cents worth I say the modern only because the kitchens overall feel is traditional and I think it’s nice to mix it up and seeing as a faucet isn’t a huge statement I think it’s a good place to add a bit of modern.

  14. Lisa says:

    I totally hear you, sista! Choosing for clients is way easier than yourself. There are so many awesome choices out there, it makes the decision so difficult. I love #1 the best. They are all awesome though. Love all of your choices so far. I can’t wait to see the finished room!

  15. How2home says:

    You got my vote for #1. Your sketch looks amazing and the lights, marbles, tiles you’ve chosen looks amazing.

  16. How2home says:

    In case you’re interested, came across this article for 2013 kitchen trends (www.eieihome.com/blog/5-kitchen-trends-to-watch-for-in-2013.html) Hope it’s helpful!

  17. Bonnie says:

    Tough choice indeed! My pick would be #2, followed by #1. I love traditional style, but for a facet, I think the clean lines compliment the simple subway tiles and light fixtures. Looking forward to seeing your pick!

  18. Kim says:

    This is now November, and I just came across your delightful site. I vote for #1. I do prefer the appearance of a two-handle faucet, as I love symmetry. However, I find a one-handle faucet so much easier to use in the busy atmosphere of my kitchen. Your plans look beautiful!

  19. sumi tun says:

    The kitchen faucet adds style and functionality to the room. Choose something you love that is durable so that it lasts a lifetime – or at least until you want to update your kitchen!

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