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If you’re anything like me over the past several months, you’ve been running around your house looking for “the next big project” to tackle. It’s amazing how being at home so much really highlights the areas where we can add a little extra love, doesn’t it? We moved into our current home six months ago and although it’s only 7 years old, I’ve definitely found projects to keep me busy!

When Pfister reached out to me to discuss a potential faucet partnership, I knew it was a perfect fit. Admittedly, our kitchen prior to move-in was a dream for what we typically find in our price range here in Southern California. I didn’t actually notice the faucet until after spending months cooking and cleaning here every day. When I told my husband we’d be replacing the faucet, he was even more excited and immediately signed himself up for the installation!

Realtor Photo – Before

The biggest challenge with our old faucet was that it was low arc. Getting a pasta pot or really any pan underneath it was frustrating. Additionally, the arc aimed toward the front of the sink – which meant we’d get sprayed if we weren’t extra careful. Needless to say, it left room for improvement.

Realtor Photo – Before

Even though the original faucet was only 7 years old, already the pulldown sprayer component no longer settled all the way back to where it belonged after use. Of course that led to a good amount of residue built up. The faucet itself had relatively low side to side mobility and somehow always felt “stuck” when we tried to move it.

Lastly, you know as a designer I didn’t love that the faucet and soap dispenser finishes didn’t match the instant hot water dispenser installed right between them. And in viewing the entire space as a whole, I could see the kitchen was just calling for a faucet that fit the space in a grander, more stylish way. In all, it was time to make a switch.

#1 It’s Got to Look Good – The style, finish, overall silhouette are considered

#2 Functionality – Covering both food prep and clean up is key

#3 It’s Eco-Friendly – More than ever we really need to be aware of how our choices impact the environment

1 – Looks

Spot Defense Brushed Nickel

Effortless Style – Clean Lines with just the right amount of curve. Modern meets Traditional.


2 – Function 

Sprayer buttons hold down on their own once they’re pressed

Spout swivels a complete 360 degrees

Finally! You only need one hand to dispense the soap – just tip it forward and it comes out!

Nozzle easily wipes clean to keep hardwater buildup at bay


3 – Eco – Friendly

The Pfister Ladera is both CEC & Cal Green Compliant. This means it helps conserve water in the average home by at least 20%.


If you wanted to extend this same style into your bathrooms, you can! The Ladera Collection offers multiple bathroom faucet options and accessories for your towels, toilet paper, and robes too!