Remodeling Your Bathroom? Don’t Forget About the Faucet Finish!

Remodeling Your Bathroom? Don’t Forget About the Faucet Finish!

Whether you’re remodeling the bathroom or starting from scratch, there are a lot of decisions to be made. During this sometimes chaotic process, people often get caught up in their bigger purchase decisions like vanities or showers, and then leave the details as an afterthought. What they might not realize, however, is that small details like faucet finishes can have a huge impact on the overall look and feel of the bathroom. Give yourself some time to select the right faucet finish for your bathroom—you’ll be amazed at the difference it can make.

Chrome Vessle Faucet By Novatto
Chrome vessle faucet by Navatto:
Oil Rubbed Vessel Faucet By Novatto
Oil rubbed vessel faucet by Novatto:

The numerous options and possibilities for faucet finishes can sometimes seem daunting. Some of the options include polished or brushed chrome, polished or brushed nickel, stainless steel, brushed or oil-rubbed bronze, copper, polished brass, matte black and white. To help narrow down your choices, think about the style you want to achieve. The right faucet finish can be the key element in creating a specific style or it can be used to blend in with the rest of the bathroom décor.

Copper Glass Vessel Sink and Bronze Faucet

In contemporary bathrooms, the look of stainless steel or chrome is often popular because they are so versatile and work well in almost any bathroom. If you need something to fit in, rather than stand out, this look is for you. Opt for a brushed finish for easy maintenance. You won’t have to spend a lot of time wiping down your faucet because it won’t show water spots or fingerprints.

Chrome Faucet & Glass Vessel Sink

Faucet finishes can do more than blend in. If you want your faucets to stand out and become the dominant design element everything else is centered around, select a more bold finish such as a copper, oil-rubbed bronze or polished brass. These finishes are perfect for antique, vintage or Tuscan styled bathrooms. White and black are dominant colors in a modern environment. If modern is the style for you, install a faucet that has a white or matte black finish. These finishes are also great because they too hide water spots and fingerprints.

Whatever you decide on, the finish of your fixtures will have a definite impact on the style of your bathroom!

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