10 stylish pull-down sprayer kitchen faucets
Above: The East Linear Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet by Newport Brass comes in 28 finishes, including flat black and aged brass (shown; from An LA Cliffhanger: Go High or Stay Low?). The faucet in chrome starts at $578.90 from eFaucets.
Above: An affordable favorite, the Danze Parma Single-Handle Pre-Rinse Faucet is featured twice in the Remodelista book (pages 202 and 230). Made of brass with a stainless steel or chrome finish, it starts at $209.75 on Amazon.
Above: LA architect Alice Park clued us in to the La Toscana Elba Single Handle Faucet (known as the Paini Cox outside the United States), which we featured in 10 Easy Pieces: Architects’ Go-To Modern Kitchen Faucets. This version with a pull-down sprayer starts at $312 at Quality Bath.
Above: The Solna Single Handle Pull-Down Spray Faucet by Brizo has a SmartTouch feature that makes water flow at the touch of a hand, and comes in chrome, black, white, stainless, and bronze. It’s the faucet of choice for LA creative director Sarah Sherman Samuel, whose remodel is featured in Ikea Upgrade: The SemiHandmade Kitchen Remodel. The faucet in chrome starts at $455.04 at eFaucets.
Above: For her own kitchen remodel, Remodelista contributor Izabella chose the Grohe Concetto Dual Spray Pull-Down Faucet over a similar but pricier option (see High/Low: Dornbracht vs. Grohe Kitchen Faucet). It’s available in stainless steel (shown) and polished chrome; $224.50 at Quality Bath.
Above: Artist Paula Greif chose the Grohe Starlight Minta Pull-Out Spray Faucet for her upstate New York shop and studio (see Living Above the Shop: Ceramic Artist Paula Greif in Hudson, NY). Available in polished chrome (shown) and stainless steel, the Starlight Minta starts at $315.69 at Faucet Direct.
Above: The Glacier Bay Series 400 Pull-Down Sprayer Faucet was the most expensive part of The $350 DIY Kitchen Overhaul in Two Weekends. Available in chrome (shown) and brushed nickel, the faucet starts at $207.98 at Amazon.
Above: The most affordable faucet listed here and featuring great online reviews, the Kraus Mateo Single Lever Pull Down Faucet is available in chrome (shown) and stainless steel starting at $143.95 at All Modern.
Above: The Essen Single-Handle Lead-Free Commercial-Style Pull-Down Faucet from Premier was the winning faucet in Philadelphia Story: Two Creatives Tackle Their Own Kitchen. It comes in brushed nickel and polished chrome and starts at $191.21 on Amazon.
Above: The Ikea Vimmern faucet has a magnetic holder for the spray handle, making it especially easy to release and reattach. The faucet has a brass body with chrome coating and comes with a 10-year warranty; $229 at Ikea.
N.B.: For more options, see all the Kitchen Faucets in our Shop section.