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Blanco Master Gourmet Faucet

Every cook — excuse us, chef — knows the value in having a kickass faucet — and that perfectly describes the Blanco Master Gourmet Faucet ($925). Sporting a lovely modern design, it features a sleek arc tap and lever on one side, and a commercial pull-down all metal pressure sprayer on the other, as well as a solid brass body in either a satin nickel or chrome finish. If you're short on space, there's a smaller version that eliminates the tap.

  • Norm Tea Kettle

    It's a funny thing: architects are often times as good or better at creating common household objects as they are at designing buildings. One example is the Norm Tea Kettle ($80). Designed by Norm Architects — what, did you think it was named after George Wendt's character from Cheers? — this clear glass kettle lets you see the brewing process in action, while the built-in stainless steel steeper with silicone string keeps making the tea as simple as drinking it.

  • Nick Munro Bistro Coffee Pot

    It might look like a bird with only one wing, but my, what a good-looking bird. The Nick Munro Bistro Coffee Pot ($110) takes its inspiration from coffee pots spotted by the designer in Turkey and Paris, this unique design sports both a french press mechanism and an alternative "final" knob, hand polished 18/10 stainless steel construction, and a single ebony wood handle sticking off to the side, giving it its distinctive look.