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The use of mixed materials in home design has been trending for the last few years, and this year is no different, especially with consumers spending more time at home and more money on updating their spaces. 

The trend includes setting monochrome design, such as white marble countertops against a backdrop of white tile and white cabinetry, all accented with metallics for that pop of interest, such as faucets finished in oiled bronze, champagne, gold or black stainless. Think of it like adding bold jewelry to the simple, little black dress—it’s all about the bling.

Manufacturers have answered consumer demand for bling by breaking away from standard fixtures and offering not only a variety of finishes for their products, but a range of bold statement designs to fit practically any décor, from vintage to industrial. For example:

Delta® Faucet has the Broderick™ True Bar Faucet: This faucet embodies the strong, industrial aesthetic and is part of a collection that is styled after the rugged nuts and bolts of machinery. The faucet is available in bridge faucet and pull-down spring spout faucet options in chrome, stainless, Champaign bronze, black stainless and Venetian bronze finishes. 

Kohler’s® Artifacts® line: This faucet evokes the elegance of Victorian design. The elegant high arch swing spout has 360-degree spout rotation for filling pots and cleaning. It is available in polished chrome, polished nickel, stainless and oil-rubbed bronze finishes.   

Moen Align One-Handle High Arc Pulldown Kitchen Faucet: This ultra-modern faucet has clean, simple lines that make a striking statement in the kitchen. It is available in matte black, stainless, nickel, gold and bronze finishes. 

These statement pieces are any easy way to update any kitchen. For more trending fixtures check out this list of the highest rated faucets from Houzz.com.

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