Disclosure: This post is in partnership with Delta Faucet. All opinions are my own.
You might remember last winter, I had the opportunity to visit the 2016 HGTV Dream Home in Merritt Island, Florida, thanks to the awesome generosity of Delta Faucet who invited me on the amazing trip. Part of our partnership allowed me to try out one of their beautiful kitchen faucets. Since we had recently replaced ours, they allowed me to extend the offer to my sister, Hayley, and her husband, Joe, as they have been working on making some updates to their kitchen. They live in Indiana, so during our spring break trip I was able to see the new kitchen faucet in action, and it’s awesome! They chose the Delta Trinsic faucet in the Arctic Stainless finish.
About the Delta Trinsic Faucet
The Trinsic is a single-handle pull-down faucet with Touch2O technology. This allows it to turn off or on with just a touch. It has an LED light that indicates water temperature, and automatic water flow shut-off after four minutes. It’s modern and sleek, and it comes in four different finishes. In fact, the Dream Home had this same faucet in the Champagne Bronze finish. I’m considering going with the bar sized version of this faucet for our wet bar room which we will be converting into a coffee bar at some point soon.
Hayley and Joe love their new faucet, and my niece and nephew have been enjoying it too! They like playing around with the “Touch” capability, which can also be shut off if you’re afraid of your children or curious kitties playing around with it too much. One of Hayley’s favorite features is the LED water temperature indicator light, because it allows her kids to see when the water is too hot for them to touch.
Personally, I love that this faucet incorporates technology to take a basic kitchen fixture to the next level. It has serious bells and whistles. I also love that it’s modern, but versatile enough to complement any decor style. As a mom, I also have a major appreciation for the safety feature. If you’re in the market for a new kitchen faucet, the Delta Trinsic is definitely one to check out!
What features are most important to you when shopping for a faucet? Leave a comment and let me know!
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