The bathroom is often one of the smallest room in the house, but it ranks second behind kitchen for the number of design and architectural decisions that must be made.
From a design standpoint, the bathroom has some of the greatest challenges. Take the case of the humble bathroom faucet. Today you can make a unique style statement in your bathroom by complimenting the bathroom with stylish bathroom fittings and embellishments.
The bathroom faucets display an almost infinite variety of styles and finishes. The faucets can be purchased in a fabricated finish such as polished chrome, brass, nickel, gold, acrylic enamels of colors, stainless steel, copper and mix and match combinations. Your imagination is the limit.
There are a few things you should be considered when selecting the perfect bathroom faucet. First, consider the type of handle you prefer, the style you prefer, the finish you want, the requirement of the lavatory it will be installed in, and at last, consider how much you want to spend.
The most incisive consideration in choosing a bathroom faucet is the requirements of not only the sink but the countertop on which it will be mounted as well. Not only is the number of holes critical, but also some sinks such as vessels cannot be drilled at all. It has to be mounted on a deck or through a wall.
It is also important to remember that desired accessories such as hot water spout, sprayer, a soap dispenser or the like need additional holes. Of course, many popular pedestal sinks are an all in one sink and faucet.
The bathroom faucet can come in an abundance of varieties and the only limit to the design of the bathroom faucet is the manufacturer’s imagination. The bathroom faucets are manufactured in basic three styles called centerset, widespread and mini-widespread with a number of variations within those styles.
Thus, the decorative and functional faucets are often chosen to complement the architectural style of the bathroom. Bathroom faucets are available in literally thousands of various designs, patterns, and colors to please even the pickiest of potential faucet owners.
Each of the manufacturers offer designs and models in several different styles. The only choice you need to make is which one fits your needs and which one would look best in your bathroom