This week I’ve been sharing images and a few favorite sources from our Villa Bonita Project. On Monday, I shared tile details, and today I want to give you a peek into the design of the kitchen. I love reveal days, because I get to share my work with you and also let you in on designer tips and resources. In the Villa Bonita kitchen, one of the prettiest elements is the polished nickel bridge faucet from Brizo. Brizo is one of my go-to resources for kitchens and bathrooms. Their faucets and accessories are so good with beautiful design and finishes. Take a peek below and see how pretty Brizo looks in this new space.
Villa Bonita is a fresh take on traditional with a modern mix of metals in the kitchen. Although we knew we wanted to incorporate brass accents, we wanted most of the hardware to be a pretty chrome.
We chose to use Brizo’s Artesso line, which is a mix of modern industrial and refined traditional. It is a perfect balance for the vibe of this project. We used the Artesso Bridge Faucet in polished chrome and this sink flange and strainer. The faucet makes a beautiful statement in the middle of the island and highlights the veining in the quartz.
We paired the faucet with the Artesso Wall Mount Pot Filler. A pot filler is a luxury, creating the feel of a high-end, professional kitchen. They are so convenient, and this one from Brizo has twice the flow rate of a typical kitchen faucet so quickly and easily fills large pots. In this space, the polished chrome also adds to the design, layering the prettiest bit of shine to the white and wood wall.
In a kitchen, each element adds to the overall design. Brizo faucets are high quality, beautiful, and make a statement. We knew we had to use them in Villa Bonita. I’ll be sharing more details and sources about this kitchen soon, and next week, I’ll share which Brizo faucets I chose in the bathrooms. Be sure to check back.
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