Single Handle or Two?…Opinions Needed!
I am stuck between these two faucets for our kitchen remodel. I have to decide ASAP because the countertops will be installed next week, and well, they kinda sorta need to know what faucet I am going to buy so they can put the holes in the appropriate places.
This means…..that I pretty much have to order it by tomorrow, second day shipping. Procrastination and indecision has brought me to this point, so, your opinions please.
I was all set to order this faucet:
It’s nice right? It’s what I had on my mood board. While I was perusing the internet for the best possible price I kept see faucets like this that I could never afford:
I’ve been seduced by the bridge style faucet, even though I originally thought having a two handle faucet in the kitchen would be a pain. Once I started to think about it though, I don’t think it would be an issue to have to blend the hot/cold, even with messy hands…..or am I just talking myself into it? Bah! The symmetry of the bridge style is so much more appealing to the eye than the single handle.
The bridge style wouldn’t even be an option, but of course I found an affordable faucet that looks just like this:
Which is really a crappy photo of a really nice faucet. It will actually look like this in person (obviously I see there is a different neck style in the photo below, but you get the idea):
Clearly the blogger who installed this faucet has excellent taste Brass and marble – a women after my own heart. You can click on the picture for a link to her blog (which hopefully she doesn’t mind that I am sharing).
The question is:
- Single handle or two?
- Will two handles make me crazy?
I needed to order this like yesterday, so, comments please!
P.S. I’m set on brass – so please don’t try to talk me out of it in the chance it just makes me more confused.