Farmhouse Kitchen Cleverly Mixes Traditional, Modern Convenience

Farmhouse styled kitchens in the 21st century are a clever mix of traditional shapes, materials and textures; you get the cozy warmth of yesteryear with all the modern conveniences of technology, finishes and design layout. This Kohler Farmhouse kitchen brings together the history of an apron-front sink with the traditional shape of a bridge faucet in a thoroughly modern finish and the convenience of thoughtful design with a pot-filler faucet and beverage center located in the island.

The HiRise bridge faucet from Kohler combines a traditional form factor with modern twists like a sleek faucet spout, tapered handles and a stainless steel finish that’s either polished or brushed. The extra tall gooseneck spout allows for plenty of clearance when washing or filling large pots, and Kohler’s attention to detail inside and out means the HiRise will last for many, virtually worry-free years.

Take the stress out of prep work and clean up with the Whitehaven farmhouse sink from Kohler. Available in either a single- or double-bowl configuration and a modern, hayridge design or plain front, the Whitehaven is the workhorse of the kitchen. The sink featured here is a double-bowl basin with a low divider so washing large pots and pans is easier while keeping a clear division between prep work and clean up.

Beauty, function and convenience come together in the Wellspring beverage faucet. Its high, gooseneck spout echoes that of the HiRise faucet over on the kitchen’s main sink, and its casual elegance means the Wellspring fits in with any design scheme.

Keep the party going separate from the primary workspace with the Northland undermount bar/prep sink. When paired with the Wellspring beverage faucet, you create a great spot for preparing and keeping drinks cold and at-hand for large and small gatherings, formal or casual.

Skip filling large pots in the sink and lugging them to the stove top. Install a HiRise pot filler faucet instead so you’re working smarter, not harder, and still preparing delicious meals.

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