Necessary Ingredients for a Perfectly Prepared Kitchen

1 Soft angles and graceful curves mark Hansgrohe’s Metris faucet. Through Plimpton & Hills/Waterware, Stamford, 203-965-5959, Fairfield, 203-332-4273.

2 ROHL’s Luxury Stainless Copper sink is handcrafted in Italy from high-grade stainless steel. Through Klaff’s, Norwalk, 203-866-1603.

3 Antique styling and modern performance meet in the Victorian faucet by American Standard’s luxury brand, DXV. Through Ferguson, 212-680-9000,

4 Blanco debuts the Sonoma pull-down faucet in polished chrome or stainless. Through Klaff’s, Norwalk, 203-866-1603.

5 The Vola faucet designed by Arne Jacobsen for Hastings Tile & Bath wears a new copper finish. Hastings Tile & Bath, A&D, 212-674-9700.

6 The texture of water is carved into the apron of Stone Forest’s Wave Front farmhouse sink. Through Best Plumbing Tile & Stone, Stamford, 203-975-9448.

7 MGS’ Spin DN dual-spray faucet switches from aerated to shower stream with an easy-to-use slide button. Through Klaff’s, Norwalk, 203-866-1603.

8 The new 18K rose-gold Cyprum finish from Dornbracht casts a warm glow. Through Ferguson, 212-680-9000.

9 Franke’s Planar 8 series sink is made from hi-grade stainless steel in a luster finish. Through Aitoro Appliances, Norwalk, 203-847- 2471.

10 Hands off! The touchless faucet, Sensate, by Kohler has an intuitive response technology. Through Best Plumbing Tile & Stone, Stamford, 203-975-9448.

A version of this article appeared in the September 2014 issue of Connecticut Cottages & Gardens with the headline: Kitchen Provisions.

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