By Almira ARCE. Faucets and Sinks. Published at Saturday, January 13th, 2018 - 13:24:13 PM.
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.
If water spots drive you crazy, matte finishes can solve the problem. Also look for faucets featuring physical vapor deposition, also called PVD, the latest technology for bonding a finish to the standard brass faucet. With PVD, the finish becomes an integral part of the faucet itself, resisting tarnish, scratches and corrosion and keeping the faucet looking good longer.
If you’re going with separate vanities, then each one will need its own storage space. These ones have their storage compartments on the left side. The front panel is smooth and simple and the look matches the minimalism preferred in most modern and contemporary bathrooms regardless of their dimensions.
Although not both considered to be private spaces in a home, the kitchen and the bathroom are two areas that best define your style, that let you express your character and emotions through design. That’s because they include so many little details like the faucet for example. The right faucet is always different for each of us and finding it can be a piece of cake or a real challenge.
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