Now, is that not a pretty awesome faucet? I am totally in love with the Artesso Articulating Faucet from Brizo.
So as you can see my kitchen reno is coming along. Just down to the final little pieces. We have almost all of the lighting installed, just one more articulating sconce to be put up (I sense a theme with all this articulation). Unfortunately, one of them arrived damaged in the box so we are awaiting a replacement at the moment.
We had some trim pieces for around the windows and on the ceiling made but I have yet to get to the paint store to have the stain custom matched. I’m really hoping to get to that this week.
Even the central vac outlet under the cabinets has been all connected up. I have one of these in my kitchens at home and love it so since, it’s relatively easy to set up, since our basement area is open, it was a no brainer to do it here. Sand and dirt be gone!
**Disclaimer: Brizo was kind enough to offer me the opportunity to test out this faucet, that I had been admiring, in exchange for an honest evaluation. Well, honestly, I love it. Absolutely everyone who has been in the kitchen has commented on how handsome it is.
As you can see it articulates from the middle, so you can have it higher (easier to fill large pots) or lower, towards the sink. The faucet head also detaches easily so that you can clean the sink and anything else easily. I know I’m going to love this feature when I’m filling large vases or bowls.
The oil rubbed bronze finish is a great complement to the light quartz counters. Is anyone else in love with all the succulents out there? They are perfect for the cottage, as they are regularly neglected.
It has this great little switch on the front of the faucet, so you can go from a steady to a spray stream quickly.
It comes in three other finishes, chrome, polished nickel (shown below, which is pretty spectacular if I do say so myself) and stainless steel.
And the finish line is just around the corner…phew!
I’ll leave you with a little snippet of my FINALLY installed live edge wood shelves (that I just managed to stain before this pic). They were a real pill to get this far, but I’m so happy with them. I will be putting a coat of clear polyurethane on them, but for now, I couldn’t wait to style them.
**Brizo provided me with this faucet in my colour of choice in exchange for sharing my opinion of it here.