Vessel Sink Faucets for the Bathroom
Vessel sink faucets can add elegance and sophistication to your home decor. A vessel sink faucet can be used in conjunction with sinks made of copper, gemstone, granite, marble, onyx, stone, travertine, and wood to create a balance between form and function. The faucet for a vessel sink may come in one of many finishes including brushed nickel, chrome, copper, and oil-rubbed bronze. Collections such as Eden Bath offer an array of faucets for vessel sinks in many designs such as bamboo, classic, modern, and vintage.
One may choose bathroom vessel sink faucets in many combinations to get the preferred design, finish, and material he or she desires. For example, if one likes waterfall vessel sink faucets, Eden Bath has arched brushed nickel and glass waterfall faucets. This deck-mounted bathroom faucet can be accessorized with a grid drain, a pop-up drain, or an umbrella pop-up drain.
This design is also available in other finishes such as oil-rubbed bronze. The Cascada waterfall lavatory faucet is a brushed nickel-finished design with a wide mouth spout. It is made of solid brass and has a ceramic disc cartridge. It can be used with a popup drain with or without overflow.
Bathroom vessel sink filler faucets are also popular selections in Eden Bath’s designs. These faucets are typically found in brushed nickel, chrome, and oil-rubbed bronze finishes and some even feature curved pumps. Some may even be in the tall collection. There are other specially curved designs such as the modern curve faucet in the oil rubbed bronze or brushed nickel finish. This particular design is inspired by architecture with an arched wide-mouth spout and a wide but thin handle lever. However, the modern curve faucet has a higher than average flow rate.
There are also special series of these faucets with finishes such as antique brass or satin nickel. Eden Bath’s 1000, 1002, 1007, 1200, 1300 and 1700 series faucets feature satin nickel finished faucets while the antique brass finishes are available in the 1000, 1002, 1007, 1300, and 1700 series. Those who prefer may even find a sink with a stainless steel finish. The Italian-designed tall waterfall faucet is available as a combination of brushed nickel or brushed nickel and glass.
One can also find faucets as wall mount lavatory faucets or single handle lavatory faucets. The Elba collection boasts modern Italian designs that emphasize simplicity and minimalism. These faucets are created by the world-known plumbing manufacturer Paini. Paini also features other collections such as Morellino that also have a modern minimalist style. Panini’s Brunello collection has a more hard-edged modern design with squared-off arched fixtures.
However, the Novello collection has ultra-modern designs that may fit tastes that are more eclectic. These faucets are available in the regular finishes but of course, vary within each collection.
The Lady collection features a vessel filler faucet featuring a unique satin gold finish. Price Pfister has a brass-finished wall mount faucet in its collection. Furthermore, many designs in this collection carry the EPA’s Water Sense seal of approval, a plus for those who like a little environmental responsibility built into their plumbing. Of course, there are many more collections that carry these faucets and some may even have choices in other unique finishes such as tumbled bronze.
Vessel sink faucets can give that little extra touch of class so that the bathroom can be just as aesthetically pleasing as the other rooms in the house. Many of these sinks cost well under $300, but some may cost more than $400. In any case, there should be something to fit within most budgets.
Single Hole Lavatory Faucet
When decorating a bathroom, even the smallest detail can help in getting the look you want. It may be best, to begin with, one new thing in the room and then work around the particular style of that object. This can be done with the window dressings, the shower or bath, the floor tile, the vanity, the toilet, or the walls.
A different approach would be, to begin with, the bathroom sink. One could choose a single-hole lavatory faucet to establish the right visage. This could be done even without decorating anything else in the bathroom and it would still bring a sense of a completely new style to the room.
Choosing from the large variety of single-hole lavatory faucets could be time-consuming. There are many different styles to fit many different needs. When deciding on one, the best place to start is either a local hardware store, or a national chain store, you could order one from an online retailer, or directly from the manufacturer.
Before buying them, it is important to do your research on them. Think about what you want. Think about how durable it would need to be to uphold its use in your home. It is also important to consider a style that would best compliment the sink itself, or the vanity as a whole.
A single hole faucet has many different looks. They can be classic or modern, big or small, heavy or light, chrome, brushed nickel, stainless steel, or brass. Of course, just as there are different materials and styles, there are also many different prices that may influence your final decision.
When looking to buy single hole lavatory faucets, it is easy to find a relatively cheap single hole lavatory faucet just as it is easy as it is to find the top-of-the-line brand, which could turn out to be rather expensive.
Shopping around would be imperative in getting the most for your money. If you settle on the first one, you see at the store, or online, you may be in for a disappointment if you were to see the same faucet advertised at a lower price later on somewhere.
No matter what you choose in your quest to purchase single-hole lavatory faucets, getting the right one is the most important part. That is the only way to ensure you will not have to change it later if you decide it is not the right one for you.
Installing one is easy. Anyone can do it as long as there are little to no complications associated with the installation process. Clear directions on how to do this should come with the package the faucet came in, you could find them online, or you could ask one of the employees of the hardware store for installation instructions as well. The use of a plumber for this simple task would be rare since this is a fairly common do-it-yourself home improvement.
The only exception would be if the faucet of your choice is not compatible with the sink, you might already have. In this case, either it would be necessary to choose a different faucet, or you could replace the whole sink. Even then, a plumber may still not be needed depending on your already existing experience in this field or your ability to follow step-by-step instructions.
When making your home improvement, a single-hole lavatory faucet can make just the right final touch in adding to the decor you have. Because of the large collection of different brands, designs, colors, and materials available the decision of finding the one for you may be easier than you think.