Monday, March 14, 2016

Updating My Kitchen and Dreaming of New Kohler Faucets

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Updating My Kitchen and Dreaming of New Kohler Faucets | Denise on a Whim

I've been working diligently the past month or so to update my kitchen.

I've created a few new projects and updated a lot of thrift store items to get it looking good!

Getting close to showing them to all off to you, too!

The above is a little sneak peak of some of the things you'll see in there.

If you know anything about me, you know I rent my current house.

And, although I can make changes to the decor,

I can't really do much about the guts of the place.

But that doesn't keep me from thinking about what I would do if it were my own house

and it certainly doesn't stop me from looking toward the future

when I will hopefully be an actual honest-to-goodness home owner.

Then I can DIY to my heart's content!


While working on my current kitchen update,

I found myself thinking about updates on the flooring,

the cupboards and, obviously, the faucets.


Updating your kitchen faucet is a pretty quick change

and definitely changes the look of a place.

My current faucet is old, very standard and, well, kind of ugly.

I'd love to replace it with something new.

Today I'm going to do a little daydreaming with you.


In looking at faucets, Kohler is an obvious choice.

Not only are they good looking, Kohler faucets include

scratch shield technology that helps the faucet withstand the toughest daily use,

they come with a 3-hole sink adapter plate and they're designed with ceramic disc valves

that exceed industry standards by 2x for a lifetime of durable performance.


There are a few beauties that I'd like to show you today.

This pretty and oh-so functional faucet is the Trielle,

available exclusively at the Home Depot.


It's so aesthetically pleasing with it's elegant curves!

The Trielle Faucet by Kohler at the Home Depot | Denise on a Whim

More than pretty, the Trielle has ProMotion technology

that provides smooth spray head control with minimal effort.

And it's not just an assembled faucet.

It also comes with 30 inch supply lines, a soap/lotion dispenser, and a deck plate.

Plus, Kohler finishes resist corrosion and wear

so your faucet can continue looking great!

And the Trielle is DIYer-friendly! Installation is a breeze thanks to flexible hoses and quick-connect fittings.

The Trielle Faucet by Kohler at the Home Depot | Denise on a Whim

Get up close and personal with the Trielle at Home Depot here:



Here's another one to peek at.

I've always wanted a faucet with a pull out feature.

Some of my friends have them and, I must admit, I'm jealous!


This one is the Sous.

It's quite gorgeous and offers some great benefits like magnetic docking arms that keep the spray head securely in place and, like the Trielle, a DIYer-friendly installation

with those same flexible hoses and quick-connect fittings.

I could even try installing this one myself!

The Sous Faucet by Kohler at the Home Depot | Denise on a Whim

The 2-function spray head on the Sous features stream and sweep:

a wide forceful spray that facilitates all the various tasks of the kitchen.

It also has a detachable spring and spray head that facilitates cleaning

to keep your faucet always looking new.

That's a definite bonus because I'm not a fan of a grungy looking faucet

and sometimes, it can be difficult to keep them nice and clean!

The Sous Faucet by Kohler at the Home Depot | Denise on a Whim

See more about the Sous, available exclusively at the Home Depot, here:



I think my favorite is the Worth. I really like it here, in the oil-rubbed bronze finish!


The Worth Faucet by Kohler at the Home Depot | Denise on a Whim

 Again, the Worth offers the pull down sprayer that I really want and has DockNetik technology that secures the spray head in place through a signature magnetic docking system.

The Worth Faucet by Kohler at the Home Depot | Denise on a Whim

The spray head is 2-function and features the stream and sweep system, like the Sous, to offer a wide forceful spray, with a MasterClean spray face that features flexible nozzles, making it easy to clean as well! Kohler's ProMotion technology on the Worth provides smooth spray head control with minimal effort.

The Worth Faucet by Kohler at the Home Depot | Denise on a Whim

 Oh, and did I mention how beautiful it looks above that apron sink!

The Worth Faucet by Kohler at the Home Depot | Denise on a Whim

See all the features of the Worth at Home Depot here:


Now that I'm done daydreaming about new faucets, I'm going to get busy finishing up those kitchen decor updates so I can show them off to you soon!

Let's keep in touch...


Your comments make me smile :) 'Til next time!

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