By Manuela ARAYA. Faucets and Sinks. Published at Wednesday, January 17th, 2018 - 13:28:57 PM.
If you’d rather keep things simple and classical, choose a traditional style for the bathroom faucet. This, of course, doesn’t stop you from choosing a design and a shape that you find interesting. Some are simpler, some more ornate. Choose the one that best suits you.
A waterfall bathroom faucet basically creates what its name suggests: a waterfall. The water ends up in the washbasin like always but it’s the way it gets there that’s interesting. A great way to have a water feature in your bathroom without even trying.
There are four standard configurations for lavatory faucets: 8-inch (widespread), 4-inch, single-hole and wall-mount. Except for wall-mount faucets, all of these can be mounted on the deck of the sink. Measuring the span between the centers of the two outermost faucet holes in your sink will determine which type of faucet it can accommodate. If you have a vessel or undermount sink, a wall faucet is an option—and wall faucets can also add a distinctive visual flair.
If you want a bathroom faucet that stands out then get a temperature-sensitive one. The water changes color depending on the temperature. Some designers also created smart faucets like this one which can recognizes your face and turn on to your favorite water temperature.
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