Filed under: design | Tags: functional kitchen design, Karbon Faucet, Kohler
The Karbon “Articulating Kitchen Faucet” by Kohler may not be new to some of you. I’ve had my eye on it for quite some time now, but I have yet to have the perfect job for it or see it installed. The fascinating thing about the Karbon faucet is that it has 5 pivot points which gives it a unique range of motion to allow for those akward and hard to reach positions. It also gives you the options of stream or spray; can be installed with a low flow aerator to conserve water; has a reach of over 13″ in every direction; and let’s be honest….it looks pretty slick.
This may sound weird and I’m not try to dis the Karbon because it’s more than functional and has a very unique design, but for some reason it kind of brings me back to 1986 and the movie Short Circuit! It makes me wonder if this character was part of the designers inspiration?? I’ll let you be the judge 🙂
Kelsey – Vail, CO
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