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Brass Kitchen Taps - Where to buy yours

Whether you are looking to renovate your kitchen or not, brass taps must have caught your eye recently. I have seen them in more kitchen lifestyle shots than ever, used both my large brand names and the smaller, cabinet fronts only online stores. From the clean lines of the traditional tap, to the classic look of Victorian taps and the modern looking ones, kitchen taps are becoming the main focus in the room. 

You can scroll to the end for the sources, or stay on to be inspired!

This kitchen from Blakes London includes Paonazzo marble worktops and fumed oak floorboards for a luxurious aesthetic. Fluted glass and a brass tap are just the cherry on top!

Below: The Henry Three Hole Gooseneck Kitchen Faucet, Metal Cross Handles and Spray, from Waterworks, will set you back over $2000.

Above: Henry One Hole Gooseneck Kitchen Faucet, Metal Lever Handle and Spray, Waterworks, $2,872. Or you can get the one below for under £25 from Amazon.

Real Homes with Brass Kitchen Taps

Below: brass, marble, and other current-day classics in a remodeled kitchen designed by Baltimore-based interior designer Elizabeth Lawson and photographed by JENNIFER HUGHES.

Butler & Rose Elizabeth Traditional Mono Kitchen Mixer - Antique Brass, under £100

Above and below: A HUSK kitchen with antique matt brass mixer tap.

Below, photography by DeVol Kitchens

Above and below, a brass mixer tap in the gorgeous all natural Sebastian Cox for deVol kitchen of the owner of Ingredients London. Rough sawn Sebastian Cox cupboards.This little haven of serenity belongs to the very cool couple behind Ingredients LDN – an online homeware store that offers a gorgeous selection of handmade goods made from natural materials.

Below: Classic Millhouse Sculler kitchen by deVol.

Below: Carrara marble worktops and a deVOL Milano Penthouse marble sink, a dreamy combination.

Below: Honed Carrara marble created a practical and very good-looking splashback in the Islington Townhouse Kitchen, image by deVOL.

Green + Brass

Below: The Peckham Rye used natural Arabescato marble to the max and the result is quite amazing. Above and below: this is the deVOL Aged Brass 'Ionian' Tap, £460. Also available with rinser for £630 (when sold with the rinser, it's got straight legs).

Above and below: a deVOL kitchen in Hove. The customers had the deVOL Aged Brass ‘Ionian’ taps, made in collaboration with Perrin & Rowe to match the hardware on the cabinets. The sink is a Villeroy & Boch ‘Farmhouse 80’ and there’s an integrated dishwasher just to the right of it. It’s a great idea to have your dishwasher next to your sink, you can rinse plates and mugs and easily pop them out of sight to be cleaned later. It’s amazing how good design can make everything a little less stressful and a little more fun.

Marble + Brass

Above and below: deVOL Aged Brass 'Mayan' Taps, Crosshead tops only, £310

Glossy hardwood worktops work perfectly with the marble sinks, a lovely rich contrast and a timeless look. Image by deVOL.




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