You probably want the most stylish faucets for your bathroom. After all, they can affect the design of your space. However, durability and functionality are also important factors to consider.
If you’re unsure what faucets are suitable for your bathroom, here are some tips.
Bathroom faucets must have excellent construction and rust resistance. You can use solid brass or stainless steel. Both of these materials last for a long time.
Your faucets must suit the mounting options in your bathroom. Faucets must connect to the sink, the wall and floor water lines. This means you can have deck-mounted faucets on countertops and wall-mounted bathroom sink faucets. If you want a tub-filler faucet, you’ll need a floor-mounted one.
It’s convenient to replace existing faucets without more drilling and filling. Baseplates can cover the holes you don’t want to use. From here, you can choose between having a one-, two- and three-hole faucet configuration.
Your faucets should look great with the sink, countertop, tub and other bathroom accessories. Spouts must have suitable height and projection in proportion to their sink. To achieve this, designers will ensure the spout’s end aligns with the drain. Next, they’ll consider the handwashing height, sink depth and faucet swivel. Doing so ensures smooth and spill-free operation.
Faucet handles must suit the existing bathroom’s aesthetics. You can choose between cross, knob and lever switches. Alternatively, sensor switches use sensors to turn your faucet on and off. If you want another hands-free alternative, wrist blade levers are a great option.
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