Recently, when my cheapie, builder-grade kitchen faucet started having major water pressure issues (like a seriously flacid stream), I took it as a sign that I needed to invest in a really awesome new faucet. No more of this chintzy stuff. Lemme tell ya, kitchen faucets are like cars. You go from really cheap Kia-like models that will last 5 years at best to really fancy-schmancy, Bently-esque models that may last you 15 years. And you get what you pay for, so it's worth it to shell out more money for a quality product. Hell, I just need something to dress up my ugly stainless steel sink!
Here's the before picture...
|Blah. Cheap and ugly.|
Our plumber came over tonight, and after chatting my husband's ear off, he replaced our awful faucet with this pretty li'l lady...
|Isn't she lovely?? She's a Moen Annabelle.|
For me, redoing my house is done one project at a time because I'm not working with much of a renvoation budget, and sometimes it's the smaller projects that make a big difference. Who knew I'd get so excited about a silly faucet?!
Have you taken on any new home projects lately??