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Monday, July 1, 2013

Pfister Kitchen Faucet Giveaway

Here we have an interesting giveaway for some kitchen hardware, a faucet from Pfister. Not something you usually see, and valued at $300. Consider the rest a guest post from Zoe over at Turquoise Bohemian. You have the whole month of July to enter to win. Good luck.
Enter to win a Pfister Kitchen Faucet Giveaway worth $300, US48, ends 7/31
Hello my lovely readers, I am so excited to share with you some amazing news today. I have teamed up with my friends over at Pfister to bring you all an amazing giveaway. One of you will have the chance to win your very own Pfister Kitchen Faucet (valued up to $300).

Pfister Faucets have been in the plumbing market for over 100 years and have been a brand that we all know and trust. Pfister has brought many products to market before any other brand, leading the competition and setting the bar high. You can read about Pfisters history in its entirety by clicking here.

Pfister was kind enough to provide me with a faucet to review. All opinions are my own. The faucet has been installed for two months now, and I feel I can give you an accurate review. I have to say I had a really hard time narrowing it down and then having to make my final decision on which faucet I wanted . Pfister has so many beautiful faucets. I ended up choosing Pfister's Hanover 1- Handle, Pull Down Kitchen Faucet in Stainless Steel.

I have wanted a new kitchen faucet for a long time now. I know that fixtures and appliances can make a big impact in the kitchen. This is the only before picture I have of the faucet that was installed before. Sorry but my husband was nice enough to install it on the weekend I was at my parents and he wanted to surprise me which was nice of him but of course I didn't get any good shots of the faucet before but I believe you can see in this picture how small and low it was and believe me when I say it was super old, rusty and not pretty.
The old kitchen faucet
Now that I have my Hanover faucet installed I wish I wouldn't have waited so long to change it out. Not only has it made a big difference in the way my kitchen looks but also about how I feel about washing dishes. Washing dishes has always been one of my least favorite chores to do. I don't have a dishwasher and I have always dreaded washing dishes after any meal.
The new kitchen faucet installed
Now I can see and feel the difference that having a nice and efficient faucet can make. My Pfister hanover faucet is now the heart of my kitchen. Forget the nice appliances or my decorating in the kitchen, ever since we installed the faucet two months ago all everyone that comes over my house asks is "where did you get your kitchen faucet?. I love it, it's beautiful and it works great. It makes washing dishes a pleasant task. Even my 9 yr old son asks if he can wash the dishes. I think it's the button on the pullout handle that he thinks is so fun to use since you can adjust the flow of the water.
Closeup of new faucet

Time to wash some dishes
My husband installed it and said the hard part was getting that old rusty faucet out. Installing the Hanover faucet and soap dispenser that it came with was very easy and a breeze. It didn't take him long and he said the faucet worked great. Two months have passed by and I can honestly say that this faucet is amazing. It looks beautiful, has different settings to change the water pressure, is eco friendly, wipes off easily, no watermarks here, and is stunning. It really draws people into my kitchen.

If you want to win your very own Pfister kitchen faucet, please enter via rafflecopter below and remember to read the bottom of this post for the rules. Thanks for stopping by and good luck my friends! Oh and a big Thank You to Pfister who has been an amazing company to partner with!

a Rafflecopter giveaway
The Pfister Giveaway (the “Giveaway”) is sponsored by Price Pfister, Inc. (“Pfister”). The Giveaway is open to those legal residents of the U.S. residing in the 48 contiguous states (excluding Rhode Island), Alaska, Hawaii, and the District of Columbia who are 18 years or older. Individuals who are or were employees of Pfister or its affiliates, manufacturers, sales representatives, subsidiaries or parent companies, advertising/sales promotion agencies, or judging organizations since July 12, 2010 and the immediate families of each are not eligible. Void where prohibited.

Giveaway ends July 31st, 2013 at 11:59 PM PST. All entries will be verified. Prizes cannot be shipped to PO Boxes. Winner will be selected by Rafflecopter and be notified by email. Winner has 48 hours to respond before a new winner is selected. My opinions are my own and were not influenced by any form of compensation. Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Bloglovin and Google+ are in no way associated with this giveaway. I do not sell information and will use any information only for the purpose of contacting the winner.

Neither Turquoise Bohemian nor Java John Z's is responsible for the final shipment of product.

51 comments:

  1. I would change sink and faucet in my kitchen...

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  2. I would change the backsplash and cabinets well everything!

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  3. Everything the layout the cabinets the appliances.

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  4. I would change everything considering the fact that the kitchen has not changed since the house was built, over 20 years ago. :/

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  5. I would change my cabinets, they are peeling.

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  6. I want to knock out a wall and make the kitchen bigger

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  7. well I do need a new faucet, and a new fridge and my fella is getting on and is slow about the dishes so,perhaps a new one of thos hmm, no better not, breaking them in takes too long

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  8. it would be my stove id change and the sink

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  9. Nicer/newer appliances & better lighting

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  10. I want to replace the cabinets.

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  11. If I could change my kitchen I would put an island in the middle, a butcher block one.
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    {in the contest I am Margot Core on the Rafflecopter}

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  12. I would rearrange the cabinets. I have a wasted space that I could set up.

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  13. I would add counter space or a breakfast nook or a larger pantry. So hard to pick just one thing but this faucet would be AH MAZE ING!!

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  14. I would change the countertops to a color I like. dwelchert at yahoo dot com

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  15. If I could change anything, I would get a higher faucet. Mine is low and can be hard to fill pots with and to clean dishes.

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  16. there's a big bulky desk built into the wall in my kitchen that takes up tons of room, i wish i could get that thing out of there! :)

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  17. First would go would be the tile counters if it wasn't such a mess to remove they would be gone already

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  18. We are moving into an old home in 2 days...the kitchen could use a complete overhaul haha.

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  19. A new countertop.
    mcfallsk8er(at)aim(dot)com

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  20. we would change the cabinetry

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  21. the size, i would make it bigger

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  22. I would update the colors. We have dark cabinets and dark red walls. I like bright and airy kitchens!

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  23. We just re-did the kitchen, so I am thinking of the utility room. We will be installing a large "farm style" sink, and this faucet would be a dream! Besides laundry, I will have a meat slicer and grain mill, along with other food items and a freezer.
    bethelderton59 at gmail dot com

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  24. My cabinets, my floor, my backsplash, my appliances, my sink.......

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  25. I would get new cupboards and a new floor.

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  26. Cabinets definitely need replacing.

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  27. If I could change anything in my kitchen, I would change the countertops.

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  28. I would add more storage!

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  29. I would love to change my flooring and dropped ceiling.

    sflickinger at rocketmail dot com

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  30. I would probably change everything! It's an ugly color and nearly everything is the same as it was when the house was built in the 1960's. I would start with the cabinets or the floor as they are my most hated parts!

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  31. i would add an island!
    i need one
    imnotarunner at gmail dot com
    @imnotarunner

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  32. facets and possibly sink. would love a new stove...

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  33. I would try to get it more organized and new cupboards!

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  34. I would change my old yellow countertops! They are so outdated, they may just come back into style!

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  35. I would make my kitchen larger.

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  36. I would love to have new cupboards.

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