What’s with these pot-filler faucets?
Some trendy design features absolutely baffle me. Really tall banquette seating that relates to nothing else in the breakfast room is one. A pot-filler faucet over the range is another.
Unless you have a pasta drain next to your range, you are going to be carrying an even heavier pot than the one you just filled, back to the sink to drain it.
And, like it or not, this off-center, wonky-looking faucet will be the focal point of your range. It just will be.
Are you thinking of installing a pot-filler in your new kitchen? Or, do you have a pot-filler already? Is my take on this fair? What do you think?