I wasn't looking for this/
But now you're in my way.
It was so pretty. Stainless. Nice high arc neck. Pull out head. Pause button. Single handle. Nice.
|I just met you|
Here's the deal. We didn't need a new faucet. Sure, it was on the list of long-term projects, but our existing kitchen faucet was perfectly functional. After 5 years of
|And this is crazy|
The fancy new faucet was marked for $160. Although it was brand new, it didn't seem like *that* great of a buy. Come on, we were at the Re-Store, where spanking new solid-core interior doors are priced at $5.50. Nevertheless, it seemed like a better deal than we'd be likely to get at Lowe's or Home Depot for that type of faucet. We were tempted.
|Here's my number|
It was in its original box complete with label, so I whipped out my iphone and googled it.
|So call me maybe|
List price $790?!?!?! On sale for $406??? Believe it or not, several other places carried this discontinued Moen faucet, most of them priced around $500. Dude, $160 was 80% off of the list price. We couldn't leave it there. Ir was a total impulse purchase, and we couldn't be happier.
Our morning the following day looked like this.
And then it was done. We love it!
|My camera thinks it's hard to look right at you, baby.|
Compare for yourself.
Aw yeah. I'd have included a wide-angle shot so you could see how much better the scale of the high-arc neck is with the rest of the kitchen, but honestly there was too much junk on the counters and I was too lazy to clean it.
And now for several gratuitous poorly-lit pics of the fancy new faucet! (Time for me to get the paint ladder out of the side yard.)
I used a method for deep-cleaning stainless steel sinks that I found on Pinterest. Worked pretty slick and shined everything right up (not that you can tell from my pictures)! Check it out on my Pinterest board!