Brushed or Chrome

When it comes to choosing a tap for your kitchen, there are many factors to consider, including the finish. Two popular finishes are chrome and brushed nickel (also known as Brushed Steel or Silk Steel) , but how do you know which one to choose? The decision may depend on the colour or material of your sink, as well as your personal style. At  Taps and Sinks Online Limited, we supply genuine spare tap parts in chrome and brushed nickel to help you maintain and repair your existing tap, regardless of its finish.  You can see all our Spare Parts by Brand 


Chrome Taps:

Chrome taps have a sleek, modern appearance with a shiny, reflective finish that can add a touch of elegance to your kitchen. They are easy to clean and maintain, making them a practical choice for busy households. Chrome is also more affordable than other finishes, making it a good option if you’re on a budget. Some sinks, such as stainless steel, pair well with chrome taps.


Brushed Nickel Taps:

Brushed nickel taps have a soft, matte finish that hides fingerprints and watermarks. They are versatile and can work well with a variety of kitchen styles, from contemporary to traditional. Brushed nickel is also a great choice if you’re looking to add a warm, sophisticated look to your kitchen. While this finish is typically a little bit more expensive than others, it and may better match a sink that has a brushed or matte finish.


Ultimately, the finish you choose for your kitchen tap will depend on your personal preferences, budget and the overall design of your kitchen, including the sink colour and material. At Taps and Sinks Online , we supply genuine spare tap parts in both chrome and brushed nickel finishes, so you can maintain and repair your existing tap, regardless of the finish. If you’re uncertain about the finish of your tap, our team of experts can help you identify the right spare parts and finish to match your needs.

Our Sales Team are there to help you:
Remember, you can contact us at any time using email or the Contact Button on the bottom left hand side on this page.  If you are unsure please email any pictures you have e.g Tap picture, together with any other relevant information e.g approx when you got your Tap (there are some  Kitchen Taps that were modified during the years of production and parts might have changed or you might need a valve with a larger seal and we can advise you on all of this.  If you know your Kitchen Tap but can’t find it on our website, or you can find it but the Part is yet to be listed, please contact us us as we don’t have every Genuine Tap Part up yet on our store.

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