I am getting some queries about what Our Brushed Nickel Taps looks like from customers.
Carron Phoenix Sink Range and what finish Tap would match
- Isis Inset Sink Range: Chrome Tap Finish
- Isis Undermount Sink Range: Chrome Tap & Brushed Nickel Tap Finish
- Adelphi Sink Range: Chrome & Brushed Steel Tap Finish
- Deca / Tetra Undermount Sink Range: Chrome & Brushed Steel Tap Finish
- Zeta Sink Range (Inset & Undermount): Chrome & & Brushed Nickel Tap Finish
- Lavella Inset Sink Range: Chrome Tap Finish
- Lavella Undermount Sink Range: Chrome Tap & Brushed Nickel Tap Finish
- Cuba Sink Range: Chrome Tap
- Maui Sink Range: Brushed Nickel Tap
- Aria Range : Chrome Tap
- Contessa Range: Chrome & Brushed Steel
- Pacific 150: Chrome
We know that it can be difficult to match a Stainless steel sink to a Kitchen Tap if you are buying online.
We also have a blog : Choosing the finish of your kitchen tap (brushed nickel or chrome) which you can read here.
I took a quick snapshot of the San Marco Emporia Pull Out Hose Tap in brushed nickel finish for one customer : Very amateurish I know, but it showed her what the finish was like in reality, and I guess that’s all that matters 🙂
Below is an example of the brushed nickel tap in a traditional kitchen tap.
Here is a quick snap that we took for a customer who couldn’t decide between a Chrome or a Brushed nickel finish Tap to put with her Zeta 150 sink , so we put both the San Marco Cedar Tap in brushed nickel (on the left) and the San Marco Cedar in Chrome on the right on the sink to take a picture for her 🙂 – [please note that no waste kits fitted as we just got Tommy in stores to open the sink in the office and take a few quick snaps ].
Here is a close up of the Carron Phoenix Maui sink paired with the San Marco Vegas Tap in brushed nickel finish.
Here is the San Marco Vegas Single Lever Tap on the left, and the Carron Phoenix Opus Tap on the right – both in a brushed nickel finish.
If there ever is a Kitchen Tap in our store that you want to match with one of our Kitchen Sinks and you are not sure how they would look like together, just email us and we will be happy to take a picture of the sink and tap together (if you don’t mind that its not a professional picture and there might be the odd hand seen in the picture 🙂 )I do understand how hard it is sometimes to know what two separate appliances will look like when put together. So if we can help in anyway, just let us know.
If you would like to buy one of these taps or take a closer look, here are the links:
Why buy from us?
We are a specialist online store that stocks a selected range of products that we can provide all the technical information on and troubleshoot any problems associated with (no matter how old). We have been selling San Marco Kitchen Taps for 20 years. Not only do we stock the spare parts but our technical department can troubleshoot most problems for you – no matter how old or new your kitchen tap is. Excellent After Sales Service is an intrinsic part of our Customer Care ethos.