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Kitchen faucets & sinks

Add the finishing touches to your kitchen with our choice of kitchen sinks and faucets – all as good looking as functional. Whichever faucet you choose, you’ll save water with every use, thanks to an integrated aerator that mixes in air and reduces water consumption by up to 40 percent.

Brown wood chopping board with two glass containers, beneath an ÄLMAREN kitchen mixer faucet in stainless steel colour.

You can use up to 40% less water if you change your old kitchen faucets for IKEA faucets with a flow regulator.

Kitchen faucet types and functions

Our range of faucets add style to your kitchen without having to sacrifice function. Find a variety of spout types as well as touchless kitchen faucets. We explain the faucet types below, to help you in your purchasing decision.

Kitchen faucets with low spout

Kitchen faucets with low spouts always have the handle on top, and are ideal for small single bowl sinks.

Kitchen faucets with high spout

The high spout makes it easier to wash dishes, including large pots.

Kitchen faucets with pull-out spout

Rinsing dishes is easier with the pull-out spout. A counterweight makes the hose easily retract back into the kitchen faucet.

Touchless kitchen faucets with sensor technology

Turn this faucet on and off with a slight hand movement, without touching it. The sensor is placed on the side, so it's less visible and more practical.

Water-saving aerators

Earth may be covered in a lot of water, but very little of it is drinkable and even less is accessible. No organism can survive without it, and no new water is created. It’s constantly recycled, but our freshwater supply is overused; not evenly distributed; and impacted by pollution, contamination and climate change. That’s why we equip all our kitchen faucets with a water-saving aerator that reduces water use up to 40% — while maintaining the same pressure. We didn’t invent aerators, but think they are an important example of how we can work together to save water for everyone’s benefit.