Gold Taps

Upgrade your kitchen with a gold instant boiling water tap

Gold Boiling Water Taps

Gold taps are back and here to stay, following the latest trend in warm metals. While you might think of gold taps as being more suitable for traditional kitchen designs, these stylish faucets also add an air of luxury to contemporary styles.

Our taps are extremely functional as well as flawlessly designed. Our 4-in-1 taps dispense boiling, hot, cold and filtered water saving you energy and time. We pride ourselves on the quality and affordable prices of our hot water taps. Browse our  CelsiusK&W and Kelvin collections.

Best Ways to Use Gold in Your Kitchen: Design Ideas & Decor

For years gold has been pushed to the side in favour of stainless steel and nickel, but this metallic finish makes a big comeback in the kitchen.

If you are looking to introduce elegance and luxury into one of the hardest working rooms in the house – gold is the answer. And there are all kinds of ways to embrace this attractive colour, regardless of whether you’re doing a full-fledged kitchen makeover or want to add a few gold accents.

Here’s how you could amplify your kitchen style using gold without being overly dramatic or harsh on the eyes to achieve the perfect luxe metallic look. Enter Fahren gold taps.

Metallic colours have grown in popularity in the last few years, with warmer finishes showing their mettle in kitchens. From gold taps to brass pendant lighting, there are plenty of ways to introduce metallic hues to your cooking and dining areas.

When we think of gold, we think of royalty, glamour and wealth, making it a popular colour for kitchen designs. It also comes in several finishes, the most common being:

  • Brushed
  • Satin
  • Polished
  • Hammered

 

Since gold is typically mixed with other metals, it comes in several colours, ranging from white to black gold.

Still, as with many metallic finishes, it can be challenging to harmonise gold with other kitchen appliances and accessories. So whether you want to use gold as an accent to add warmth to your kitchen or go bold and use it as a primary colour, we’re going to show you how to create a luxurious aesthetic without appearing even a little tacky.

The easiest way to incorporate gold in your kitchen is to upgrade your kitchen hardware. Even a splash of gold can be enough to bring this design trend to life in your kitchen.

Swap out your current kitchen drawer handles for brushed gold pulls or add gold suspension lights to dining areas. Gold works well with all kitchen design styles, adding warmth to colours such as white and grey and offsetting bolder colours such as blue and green.

Those of our readers that want to make a bold statement in their kitchen could consider matching a gold boiling water tap with a sink or enriching the interior with a gold kitchen island which would double as a stunning focal point.

Gold and brass finishes have been showing up in everything from kitchen taps to flooring and everything in between.

It’s a beautiful accent colour that can work well with any kitchen style—traditional, contemporary, French and farmhouse. Here are a few different ways you could introduce gold into your kitchen.

Brushed Gold Kitchen Taps

Everyday items like kitchen taps can make a massive difference to the overall aesthetic of your kitchen. But while appearance is important, first and foremost is functionality.

Why not switch your existing kitchen tap for an instant boiling water tap and make life more convenient?

Fahren UK offers stunning brushed gold instant boiling water taps, capable of dispensing boiling water, chilled filtered and mains hot and cold at the push of a button. Our instant boiling water taps streamline your kitchen surfaces, bringing countless benefits to cooking and dining, and are available in two designs to complement any kitchen.

The stylish gold tap looks excellent on white countertops or charcoal work surfaces for a stark contrast. 

Shine Bright With Gold Lighting

From stunning gold chandeliers to ceiling pendant lights, metallic lighting over kitchen islands is a great way to make a statement and draw the eye to a focal point in the room.

Gold lighting echoes the antique, making it a popular option for Georgian, Regency and Victorian-style homes. Opt for brushed gold if you want to add a contemporary twist, as the muted finish adds a layer of sophistication into a modern space.

When it comes to kitchens, good lighting is essential to maximise visibility for cooking and create ambience when dining or entertaining. If you want to set the mood, install a dimmer switch to take control of your lighting.

Gold Kitchen Hardware

If you’re looking for a subtle way to brighten up your kitchen, gold drawers and cabinet handles are a great way to achieve an understated look.

Gold-finished cabinet handles look great against a white canvas or navy cabinets and are making their way into many contemporary kitchen designs as the trend gains momentum.

Another subtle way you could add a splash of gold to your kitchen is with backsplashes. We all know a backsplash can inject personality into the kitchen, so why not add some golden mosaic tiling or a marble backsplash for timeless appeal.

For a slightly bolder statement, add a gold kitchen sink – functional and stylish. Interior designers will tell you that the dark kitchen with gold sink, tap and handles is one of the most on-trend looks this season.

On-Trend Dining Chairs

Transform your kitchen space with on-trend kitchen chairs in polished gold. Whether you’re a homeowner or renter, statement furniture is a great way to upgrade the overall aesthetic of your kitchen.

Velvet is high on our wishlist, and the new kitchen staples feature a brushed gold or polished gold frame. Blush pink or teal pairs wonderfully with gold frames and will elevate your dining space.

Meanwhile, gold bar stools create a sense of authenticity and modernity, combining clean lines with luxury.

Gold Kitchen Appliances

If you want to keep things simple and inexpensive, upgrade your current kitchen appliances to gold. We’re talking about all the major kitchen accessories, including:

  • Kettle
  • Toaster
  • Tea, Coffee and Sugar canisters
  • Fruit bowls
  • Cooking utensils

If subtlety is key, stay away from large gold kitchen appliances such as fridges and dishwashers, as this could make your kitchen appear gaudy. When incorporating gold into the heart of your home, make smart decisions to prevent colours from clashing.

Adding a few gold kitchen accessories is an easy decor option, and if trends change, you won’t have to worry too much about replacing these items. However, if you want to go “bold with gold”, choose a muted finish such as brushed gold and pair your hardware with a neutral colour palette.

You’ll see white kitchen cabinets with gold hardware plastered across Instagram and Pinterest. Gold taps will also look great against blues, greys and blacks, as it captures natural light beautifully, drawing it forth from the shadows to create some warmth.

It’s easy to see why the trend towards gold kitchen accents continues to grow, given the impact the finish has on the overall atmosphere of the space. So, if you’re considering introducing gold into the heart of your home, Fahren UK’s gold taps in the Celsius Collection and K&W Collection could help you create the perfect metallic kitchen.