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Seeking poished nickel tradtional style pullout faucet

Posted by elizamamma (My Page) on
Thu, Mar 20, 14 at 15:01

Hi all,
I've been searching for a pullout faucet that will look good with my apron front sink. I'd like to get a polished nickel, single handle, pretty pullout faucet. The front runner is the Kohler Vinnata, but I don't love it. Something about the shape doesn't totally appeal to me. I like the Rohl pullout but some reviews scared me off, and the Grohe Bridgeford is very pretty but not available in nickel. I would so appreciate any suggestions, my eyes are starting to cross.

Thanks!
Liz


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RE: Seeking poished nickel tradtional style pullout faucet

Hi,

I was having trouble finding a polished nickel pullout kitchen faucet as well. I considered the Kohler Vinnata, too, but decided to go with the Newport Brass Jacobean. There is also a matching pot filler if interested.

Here is a link that might be useful: Newport Brass


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RE: Seeking poished nickel tradtional style pullout faucet

Thanks beubank! I was looking at that one too, but then I saw some mixed reviews of Newport Brass on here. Elsewhere they seem to have a good reputation. What has your experience been?

Thanks!
Liz


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RE: Seeking poished nickel tradtional style pullout faucet

Unfortunately we are a few months from installation, so I have no experience with the NB. As you probably know, the NB has a PVD coating and hopefully won't spot or tarnish as much as the noncoated faucets.


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