Industrial taps for a cool edge

Industrial taps are far from your classic kitchen mixer. How? Well, first of all they have that cool edge and can instantly add interest to your washing up area. Second of all, the latest designs are available in a multitude of colourways and finishes, from aged brass to polished chrome and matt black. Lastly, what makes them special are the details reminiscent of industrial factories and bars or exposed pipework in warehouses.

So, if you want to get an authentic look, pair your new tap with exposed bricks for splashbacks, unlacquered metals, and textured concrete. Or why not go more glam with marble materials, modern lighting and polished finishes? Thus, dare to have fun and play with your design to make it your own.

Now, are you excited to take a look at our roundup of the latest industrial taps? Let’s begin, but make sure to have your screenshot button (or shopping cart) at the ready!

The latest industrial taps

Industrial taps
So, first on the list is the On tap one-hole high profile kitchen faucet with metal wheel, ball handle and spray in brass, £4426.80, Waterworks.
Quooker tap
Quooker Fusion round in Patinated Brass, £1590, Quooker.
Grand industrial taps
Double mixer with arch spout in satin nickel, from £4614, Officine Gullo.
Industrial taps
LIVIA-S tap in brushed brass, £597.60, Blanco.
Kitchen mixer
Captain kitchen mixer, £719, Aston Matthews.
Bar-style tap
Fohen Flex 3-in-1 Instant boiling water tap with handheld flexible spout in polished chrome, £999, Fohen.
Gold kitchen mixer
Bower 3-in-1 Industrial bridge brushed brass with boiler and filter instant boiling-water tap, £549.95, Victorian Plumbing.
Industrial taps
Hex bridge pull-out tap in brushed nickel, £839, Abode.
Industrial taps
Armstrong bridge mixer with textured lever handles in chrome, from £563.16, Perrin & Rowe.
Industrial taps
Henry Holt single lever in matte black, £410, The 1810 Company.

In conclusion, choosing one of the latest industrial taps is a great way to embrace this cool, industrial style or simply add a dash of edge to your kitchen. So, happy shopping!

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