Honestly, I do not understand why should anyone even consider a non branded faucet as an option. Do people think they are saving? But that is not true. In fact they are wasting big. The non branded faucets wear out soon. They break, drip, leak, waste the water and keep their owners busy and spending for good.
A shiny chrome plated faucet is common in scores of kitchens today. Chrome is quite durable but can be scratched with a heavy-duty scouring pad. If you enjoy the look of chrome, use care when cleaning your faucet.
If you want to give your kitchenette a Victorian style or a vintage style look then oiled bronze faucets would do the trick. They would give the place a more traditional and classic look.
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