Bathroom Using Vessel Faucet
If you hope to create a peaceful, serene bathroom setting, a vessel faucet may work well. When choosing a vessel faucet for your bathroom consider the following tips. First, consider the type of vessel faucet best suited for your sink and bathroom installation. Vessel faucets can be wall-mounted or countertop-mounted. If the wall is not open, realize that you or a plumber will have to open the wall behind the sink to install the faucet plumbing fixtures. Additionally, some vessel faucets are easier to install than others, depending on the complexity of the faucet design and whether any special tools, such as abasin wrench, are necessary. Countless handle styles, spout styles and finish styles await you. Vessel sink faucets might sport one handle or two. A faucet will most likely last a long time, so consider the lifestyle changes of your family. Young children might be more comfortable with a double-handle faucet, and older family members maight require only a single handle.
The finish style is another important consideration when choosing a vessel faucet. Brushed-on finishes such as brushed bronze and brushed nickel hide spots well. Polished chrome is a popular choice; polished brass exudes formality and class. Then, the style and finish of the vessel faucet should harmonize with the other bathroom fixtures in the room.