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Dream Kitchen Faucet... INSTALLED



So... my hubs... he is a super duper sport when it comes to all of this blog stuff.  He rarely complains, deals with an ever changing home & the messes that come along with all of these projects & luckily for me he tolerates the pink touches I add occasionally.  After nearly two years of blogging, I have never seen him get so excited over the opportunity to review a product.  He may have done a little happy dance (internally mind you) when I shared we were receiving the Zuri Culinary Kitchen Faucet from Pfister. 

We are both foodies.  We love to cook & do it on a regular basis.  Not just your everyday cooking, but using tools like a foamer to create a blue cheese foam for our Buffalo Salmon.  So anything that can aide in our cooking & cleaning is greatly appreciated.  Plus it is absolutely gorgeous!  Being a restaurant guy, my husband has always been attracted to these commercial looking fixtures.  Luckily for me!  


Not only is this faucet great to look at, but it is uber functional.  The added height makes it a dream to fill tall pots or vases.  It also swivels 360 degrees, so if you really need to get it out of the way you can. One of my favorite functions though is all found within the buttons...  Yes, it sprays.  Yes, it has a standard stream.  But this one also pauses!!! You read that right... you can pause mid spray.  Perfect if you need to fill multiple items, or if you want to fill something on the counter.



We are getting closer to our own little (emphasis on little!) gourmet kitchen.

If you are in the market for a new faucet, be sure to check out Pfister & their stylish offerings.


*This was a sponsored post by Pfister. All opinions & pictures are those of the Hunted Interior*



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18 comments:

  1. Wow you are so lucky to receive this to review, and a tap with a pause button that's incredibly amazing.

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  2. Oh, my husband would be over the moon, crazy about it too! This is just the kind that he wants in our kitchen. Love it!

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  3. This is EXACTLY the style faucet that I dream will someday be in my kitchen... So jealous!

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  4. The Zuri looks great in your kitchen, and we can't wait to see what amazing recipes you come up with! Thanks for sharing your review.

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  5. Looks like a million bucks. And you may have just blown my mind with the 'pause' feature.

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  6. I'm so jealous! I love these faucets! It looks really great in your kitchen! Congrats on getting your dream faucet :)

    Marie H.
    www.progressionbydesign.com

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  7. Fun! I'm looking forward to the final reveal. Those cabinets look awesome!

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  8. Lucky girl! That is one nice faucet! xo Kristin

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  9. I think I have faucet envy. Big time. Love your style!

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  10. That is beautiful Kristin!

    I found you on Hi Sugarplum and I'll be visiting again, for sure!

    Annie XO

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  11. Yes that is one project I could totally get Stephane on board with! He loves faucets and anything kitchen related. If fact, the one thing he misses from his old house is his restaurant style faucet. Yours looks fantastic!

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  12. that's really beautiful. and it's fun when you spouse can get something out of your loves and passions, isn't it? :)

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  13. very beautiful! and isn't it fun when your passions are end up being something your husband can enjoy too? :)

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  14. We just got a very similar one! Love that industrial look!

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  15. Lol! Your husband's reaction totally resonated with me. As a blogger myself, my husband never shares in my reaction when contacted by sponsors (I get near hyperventilation over rugs :P) but even he got giddy about Pfister! I'm thinking something for our bathroom. I love the way your kitchen is turning out! You are always able to pack in so much personality into small spaces---it is totally inspiring : ]

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