The latest brass kitchen taps to give your space a fresh look

The washing up area is one of the most used zones in a kitchen, perhaps even more so in the past year. There’s always one last dish to clean, fruits and veggies to wash and hands to sanitise. To make chores more enjoyable and spice up your sink, why not go for a statement kitchen tap?  

Metallics are set to upgrade your kitchen and one of the most popular materials to lately take over the interiors’ world is, you guessed it, brass. From a subtle industrial look to a soft vintage touch, brass kitchen taps fit even the most classic and contemporary schemes. Plus, brass comes in different finishes – think aged and burnished, polished and brushed, so there is plenty to choose from.

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To help you finally find the perfect one to suit your sink, here are the latest brass kitchen taps that caught my eye – do you have your screenshot button ready?

Sleek and simple, the Conical single lever monobloc tap in Brushed Brass, £310, Rangemaster fits even a minimalist kitchen.
Choose a multi-functional design, like the ProPure 4IN1 hot water tap in Brushed Brass, from £849, Abode, and have your cuppa ready in an instant.
The Active Plus tap in Brass, £272, from Franke can help create that modern rustic feeling in your scheme.
Got plenty of space? Then, you can have fun when choosing kitchen taps. Pair the 4172 Ionian mixer with side rinse in Aged Brass, £895.68, with the 1307 Parthian mini-instant hot tap in Aged Brass, £1158, both Perrin & Rowe. Image: Sandra Baker (@the_idle_hands)
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You can never go wrong with a classic design, such as the Putney Bridge traditional dual control tap, £434, from Caple.
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Spice up your kitchen sink with the Traditional bridge tap in Burnished Brass, £480, Officine Gullo.
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Go for a glamorous look with the stylish Essence professional tap in Cool Sunrise, £668.30, GROHE and a bold, matching sink.  
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Create an industrial-style inspired scheme with help from the Arezzo Brushed Brass 1-touch kitchen mixer tap, £199.95, Victorian Plumbing.  
Add a vintage touch to your space with the Antique Brass kitchen mixer tap, £265, NotJustTaps.  
If you love darker interiors, the Fusion round tap in Patinated Brass, £1590, form Quooker is a great choice. Its unique brass finish works well with shades of terracotta, burnt yellow and sage green.  
As the perfect finishing touch to your modern country kitchen, choose the traditional Aged Brass Ionian tap without rinse, £520, deVOL.  
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For a cohesive look, sprinkle pops of metallic accents through storage jars, plant pots and decorative bowls to match with your Fusion round tap in Burnished Brass, from Quooker. The Kavanagh collection kitchen in Avocado, Tom Howley, starts from £20,000.
Looking for kitchen pull out taps? I’ve got you covered. The Melior brass pull-down spray kitchen mixer tap, £199, The Qualis Collection provides a practical and stylish solution to make washing up quicker and more enjoyable. 

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