Technology, styling and design have had a big impact on sanitary ware and you would be surprised how this has thrown up a huge array of new bathroom faucets that will excite the homeowner looking for value for his money. If you are planning a sink, you just can’t stop yourself from imagining the ideal faucet that would match it in every way.
If you are talking of materials you’ll get your hands full – we have shining chrome, traditional brass, attractive nickel, and regal gold plating. To unravel the master touch we now have new bathroom faucets with rough traditional, satiny smooth and shiny elegant surfaces, and many other textures that satiate the senses our thirst for creativity for affordable prices ranging from $100 to $300.
Style and quality have become overridingly important features in the consumers’ selection of new bathroom faucets, and no one is interested in presenting a faucet that is not classy and regal in appearance. This is true of remodeling where new styles and designs are slowly permeating. For example a nickel plated finish, properly textured, presents a luster that gives serious competition to chrome and gold, but prices can shoot up to $600 or more for such a faucet finish.
Here we help you along in selecting great new styles for your new bathroom faucets
- A popular texture is the rustic brownish and burnished tone with an oil finish imparting a stunning old world sort of look to your faucet.
- For the large majority, chrome is still king and it looks great with a Scandinavian finish and style.
- For richness or texture and sheer elegance experts lean towards nickel.
Matching new bathroom faucets to the overall finish of the bathroom, kitchen or living area
Consumers are not just bothered about the shape of the faucet but how it gels when compared to the sink, mirror, and overall finish of the room or living space, and the million dollar question is does the faucet complement the style and décor of the home? The whole idea is to select faucet texture and finish in such a way that the item doesn’t stick out like a sore thumb but elegantly blends with its surroundings. Many dealers are going out of the way in providing that extra touch by mixing and matching the feel and texture and looks of the faucet.
Creating new bathroom faucets with a sensual appeal
Consumers are also veering towards faucets that add new layers of sensual appeal to the bathroom décor, and smooth and shiny chrome or the oil rubbed burnished nickel surface can impart a greater degree of sensuality to an ordinary faucet.
You will also observe many water spouts sporting a matt finish that can handle rough use without getting stained or losing its designer looks. The latest range has the PVD finish that imbues faucets with anti-scratch, anti-tarnish and corrosion resistant surfaces, improving the longevity of the faucet.
The styling of the new bathroom plumbing faucets also impacts the speed and sound of the water splashing the sink.
To sum it all up, consumers are getting better engineering, greater style selection and top class quality to jazz up their faucets, and surprisingly most of these water spouts are still quiet affordable.