The Mikado Faucet Dispenses Water in an Lattice Intersection of Streams

By: Misel Saban - Apr 14, 2016
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The Mikado aerator faucet is a luxurious sink accessory that turns water into a visual work of art by dispensing the liquid through a series of intersectional streams. The streams diverge slightly in angle to together to form a grid pattern with the water that is visually striking as well as modern. The design adds an element of sophistication and style to bathroom and kitchen sinks.

What separates the Mikado faucet from traditional versions is the arrangement of the water, which is lined up through a series of individual jets to create a spraying design. The streams are thin and long as they intersect one another creating a soft splash of water that gives almost a massaging sensation to the user as they place their hands under the modern faucet.