(The Lot Water Dispenser by Dornbracht)
In an article written for the March issue of Kitchen & Bath Design News, journalist Elizabeth Richards writes…
Functionality and utility are essential when it comes to the kitchen sink area. If a faucet sprays water everywhere or is difficult to keep clean, or a sink can’t accommodate the needs of the user, the water station fails, no matter how attractive the design…At the same time, consumers expect a clean, aesthetically pleasing design that will enhance the overall look of the kitchen, while sometimes incorporating more features in a smaller space. Balancing both sets of needs is key, according to manufacturers recently surveyed by KBDN.
Here is look at the products featured in the article (that happen to be available through Wilkinson showrooms) that are excellent examples of this balance between form and function:
Culina by Blanco
Talo SmartTouch by Brizo
Santa Barbara Series by California Faucet
Natalia by Gessi
Indulge Modern Instant Hot Water by InSinkErator
Talis S Beverage Faucet by Hansgrohe
Livello by KWC
Trinsic by Delta
Helia Instant Hot & Chilled Water Dispenser by Everpure
Centennial Sink by Franke
Anu by Danze
Click here to read Richards article in its entirety.