By Almira ARCE. Faucets and Sinks. Published at Sunday, January 21st, 2018 - 12:41:00 PM.
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.
Prices run from $50 for chrome to $600 and up for nickel. For Peter, it was worth paying more for a product that will outlast, outshine and visually outperform a basic chrome faucet finish.
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.
Brass, copper, chrome, nickel, gold-plated, oil-rubbed metals, matte or shiny finish, a smooth satin sheen and even faucets with texture are now available to consumers in all price ranges. In terms of sheer sales volume, says Judd Lord, director of industrial design for Delta Faucet Co., chrome is still the leader.
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