I’m doing the fancy faucet “Danze” (#Giveaway)

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You wouldn’t think your kitchen faucet is all that important. I mean, it’s really just a functional fixture in the whole scheme of things…does it really matter what it looks like?

In one word: Yes.

I think the faucet in my kitchen has been there for decades. At least it looks like it has. And it’s the most basic of faucets, no bells and whistles, nothing fancy, nothing pretty to look at.

And then I got a chance to review a Danze kitchen faucet. Man, oh man. This is the moment when you realize that your kitchen faucet can be more than just a functional fixture in your kitchen. Especially when it looks like this…

"Danze Chrome Faucet"

Now that…that’s a faucet. That’s a centerpiece, for crying out loud. Look at shine and glisten! It’s so sleek and sophisticated, it makes me all giddy with excitement. That is the Danze Antioch Single Handle Kitchen Faucet with Spray. It’s so pretty, I almost have to keep myself from sauntering into the kitchen for one reason or another just so I can gaze upon this faucet.

I should mention (although this didn’t really affect me much) that this faucet is quick and easy to install. The instructions are barely needed. It took about a half hour to get everything hooked up and in place. Gotta love that!

This faucet style is available in Stainless Steel (which is also stunning and very trendy) as well as an Oil Rubbed Bronze, which is absolutely fabulous. If this fit in with the kitchen, I would have totally gotten this one…

"Danze Bronze Faucet"

That is stunning! It would look fantastic in my mom’s kitchen, which has countertops that are a speckled bronze and tan. Danze has so much to offer, from kitchen faucets in a great variety of styles to bathroom faucets and showerheads to mirrors, vanities, and toilets.

If you’re remodeling, renovating, or just looking to update your kitchen or bathroom, Danze is definitely a great place to start (and finish, in my opinion). These types of fixtures can make or break the appearance of a room, so why not get what you really want? Don’t settle on something you don’t really like…after all, it’s going to be part of your home for quite some time.

And, I have some great news! Danze is offering one of my lucky readers the very same faucet that I received!! This giveaway is open to U.S. residents only and ends at 11:59 p.m. EST on August 14. Enter via the Rafflecopter form below. GOOD LUCK!


a Rafflecopter giveaway

I was not compensated for writing this review. Danze provided product for review. My opinions are 100% honest and 100% mine.

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Comments

  1. Stacey B says

    I’d love to have this shower head Low Flow Rate * Trim Only Single Handle Pressure Balance Tub & Shower Faucet
    Product # D512057BNT

  2. Tim Stephens says

    I love this bathroom set Brandywood™ Widespread Lever Handle Lavatory Faucets
    Product #D304068BN (Brushed Nickel)

  3. Wanda McHenry says

    I like the, no I want the Corsair™ Single Handle Lavatory Faucet
    Product #D225547BN (Brushed Nickel)

  4. Courtney Tucker says

    Oh Goodness, everything in Antique Copper is my favorite, but I’ll pick one thing if I have to!

    Fairmont™ Roman Tub Faucet with Soft Touch Personal Shower™

  5. Lucy Schwartz says

    I have always wondered about Bidets. If I got one I would have to read tthe instructions. After I wrote the above answer , I was confronted by the Statement – confirm you are not a spammer. REALLY?

  6. Richard Hicks says

    like their
    Brandywood™ Widespread Lever Handle Lavatory Faucets
    Product #D304068BN (Brushed Nickel)

    brich22 at earthlink dot net

  7. kelly nicholson says

    Head on over to Danze and tell me your favorite product in a blog comment below!

    4 ½” 200C Showerhead
    Product #D462058 (Chrome)

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