Bathroom faucets come in a variety of shapes, sizes, styles, and finishes. You also have those that align with water conservation. It can easily become overwhelming when trying to decide. Do you want a one handle or two handle faucet? Do you want a built in soap pump that matches? One of the biggest things to take into consideration is not only will it look great, but will it meet the needs of your changing household. You want a bathroom faucet that will enhance the style and design of your bathroom as well as one that has universal design.
Tips for Choosing Your Bathroom Faucet
- Match the type of faucet to the hole openings in your sink or tub. Not all faucets will work with every sink or tub.
- Choose a finish that coordinates with other fixtures. You want your faucet to go with your hardware, lighting, and towel bars.
- Choose a faucet that compliments the sink or tub in your bathroom. You want to make sure they don’t compete and go together.
- Make sure the style of your faucet goes with the style of cabinets –You don’t want to a sleek contemporary faucet for a traditional bathroom style.
- Consider the upkeep. If you have children you may want to consider brushed finishes that hide water spots and fingerprints better.
- Visit a showroom and see the faucet in person. Many faucets on the Internet may look different than the picture on the Internet. It also allows you to see the quality of the faucet in person.
When it comes to choosing a faucet, knowing what is out there and comparing the quality of different suppliers will help you become more satisfied in the end. To learn more about bathroom faucets and for more tips on choosing the right one you can click here.
Here at Brakur Custom Cabinetry our design experts can also help you and give you suggestions of faucets that will work well for your custom bathroom remodel. Our designers know and understand that the faucet not only needs to be functional but also enhance the overall look and style of the bathroom. If you are interested in starting your custom remodel and would like to have a conversation with one of our design experts you can contact us here.
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