Whether in a farmhouse, a high-rise penthouse, or even an office, the kitchen is the central gathering place for family and friends (and yes, even coworkers). It's essential to create a space that's functional, friendly, and fashionable, no matter where you are. Take inspiration from these 11 kitchens by top design firms that all feature striking cabinetry, faucets, sinks, tiles, and more from Waterworks and make plans for your next renovation.
Amanda Teal Design created a stylish space with a subdued yet eye-catching gray palette and the sleek Universal One Hole High Profile Kitchen Faucet.
In this enviable high-design kitchen by CWB Architects, with interior design by Jessica Helgerson, an Easton Vintage Gooseneck Kitchen Faucet in brass continues the room's golden hues to the sink and counter area.
For this stylish, vibrant kitchen update in Bedford, New York, Di Biase Filkoff Architects placed the Regulator Gooseneck Single Spout Kitchen Faucet front and center.
For this cheery, beautifully patterned kitchen, IDF Studio paired the Easton Vintage Gooseneck Kitchen Faucet with powder blue cabinetry, darker blue stools, and evocative gray tiles.
Brass fixtures and lighting pair elegantly with rich blue cabinetry in this Fifth Avenue kitchen by Gramercy Design, featuring the Henry Three Hole Gooseneck Kitchen Faucet.
The Henry One Hole Gooseneck Kitchen Faucet takes center stage in Duet Design Group's office kitchen, which uses the contrast between green and gold to full effect.
Rafe Churchill of Hendricks Churchill combined the Easton Classic Gooseneck Kitchen Faucet with a farmhouse-style sink to create a charming, country-style showstopper.
A subdued white butler's pantry by Robbins Architecture stands out with mesh-fronted cabinets, beautiful wood floors, and the Henry One Hole High Profile Bar Faucet placed over a petite sink.
Light streams into this chic San Francisco kitchen by JKA Design, with a shimmering touch of gold under the window provided by Waterworks' Orleans One Hole Gooseneck Faucet.