By Manuela ARAYA. Faucets and Sinks. Published at Wednesday, September 20th, 2017 - 03:05:21 AM.
Additionally, how the water sounds as it flows out of the spout and when it hits the sink can figure into your choice, but that factor relates more to the actual style of the faucet than to its finish.
Choose an oil-rubbed finish if you want that Old World or Tuscan style, says Barbara Kaplan, an interior designer and principal of Design Dimensions in Phoenix. The brownish, burnt tone gives it a rustic look that also works well in a cabin or cottage setting.
In terms of style, bronze bathroom faucets are available in a range of designs, from traditional to antique and vintage. Bronze was a common material during the colonial era, so these fixtures tend to pair well with colonial and other traditional bathroom designs.
In addition to the design of the two sinks and of the vanity that accommodates them, you also have to think about the lighting. You’ll need sconces for each sink. A double sink vanity mirror could span in front of the two sinks and can integrate accent lighting for both of them.
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