The “Other” Kitchen Faucet


Don't underestimate the power of adding a second faucet to your kitchen. When installed in just the right spot, a prep or bar faucet can be just as useful as your main faucet. One of the most common locations for a second faucet is on a kitchen island. This allows for easy access, while still being out of the way of main prep areas. If you are an avid baker, having a baking center with its own prep faucet and sink can help you confine your mess. Other popular locations for secondary faucets include: butler’s pantry, wet bar and coffee station.

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