Try one of these five new faucets to transform your kitchen—there's even one that makes sparkling water!

Lucy M. Casale

Planning a kitchen renovation? EatingWell rounds up the latest and greatest kitchen faucets. These faucets do more than just dispense water-they have some nifty new features. Options include an automatic cup-measure filler, temperature control for scald protection and water filtration systems. We have picks from popular faucet brands American Standard, Delta, Kohler, Moen and Grohe, including a sub-$300 option from Home Depot. Read on to find out the best of what's streaming now.

1. Beale MeasureFill Touch by American Standard

The cool feature here is an automatic cup filler that delivers a precise volume of water on demand-no measuring cups needed! Just turn the discreetly designed dial for up to 5 cups of water. ($314,

2. Delta Allentown Kitchen Faucet with TempSense Indicator

A color-changing temperature display turns blue when water is below 80°F, magenta from 80°F to 110°F, and red when temps rise above 110°F. You'll never scald your hand on piping-hot water again. ($259,

3. Kohler Sensate Touchless Kitchen Faucet

For on-trend colored finishes from oil-rubbed bronze to ooh-la-la ombre rose gold, stop your search here. Plus, it's touchless!

($748 and up; search for a retailer near you)

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4. Nio by Moen

Matte black is hot right now, but this spout turns it up a notch with customizable handle options in brushed gold, chrome and stainless steel.

($746, search for a retailer near you)

5. Grohe Blue Chilled & Sparkling Kitchen Faucet

A concealed water filter, cooler and carbonation system delivers ice-cold still, semi-sparkling and fully carbonated water straight from the tap with the turn of a knob. Expensive? Definitely. Ultra-convenient and covetable? Also definitely.


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