Saturday, February 18, 2012

Kitchen Inspiration Month: Day 18 - Pot Fillers


  1. Artie..
    You've done an awesome job on this series! Oodles of inspiration. Check out that arched door on the pic (5th from the bottom)...LOVE! lol...but every time I see a fridge with glass cracks me many people do you know that can have one and make it look great all the time? plastic containers and ziplock bags would look great, lol.! all of your inspiration...have you begun working on your kitchen yet?

  2. Artie I must have been living under a rock recently, because I have not noticed these pot fillers in kitchens. They are perfect actually!

    Art by Karena

  3. Just popping in to say how much I am loving your kitchen posts - really a fantastic collection of ideas. Thanks so much.

  4. I must admit, I don't understand the point of pot fillers. I know they're installed so the cook doesn't have to carry a heavy pot filled with water from the sink to the stove. But how does the cook dispose of the used water after the food is cooked? It seems to me that he/she has to carry that big ol' pot of water at some point!

    That said, I absolutely love this series and am getting some wonderful ideas for my future kitchen remodel.

  5. OMG! You're so right Squeak - I didn't think that all the way through. LOL!

  6. I'm with Squeak!, And, too funny to find this post tonight Artie, as while I was making dinner and filling my pasta pot I was thinking about pot fillers and how I have never understood them. My thought tonight was... how many times do you have to make pasta for the plumbing and faucet (which are super expensive) to pay for themselves!:) It would also wig me out to have one and then worry CONSTANTLY;) about it getting a leak/drip :O and there's no drain over there at the stove. Something about a faucet with no drain over a $12k stove doesn't make good sense to me:)
    happy weekend to you and Scott!

  7. I would love having a pot filler - practical and love the look. These ranges are all amazing too!!