By Alys BAUMANN. Faucets and Sinks. Published at Friday, January 19th, 2018 - 16:21:58 PM.
To avoid that, Barbara says to blend your finishes with other items in the room. Mixing and matching the finishes can work as long as they blend well, she says.
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.
Kitchen faucets can feature all sorts of different heights and it;s important to choose the right one. For example, if you have large pots, you want them to fit in the sink comfortably. Also, if you have a window in front of the sink, you don’t want the faucet to obstruct the view or if you have low-hanging cabinets you’ll need a faucet that fits underneath.
Quality is essential when it comes to lavatory faucets. Solid brass construction will greatly increase the life span and overall durability of a faucet. Plated metal is a step down from solid brass, but will still last. You will likely save in the long run by investing in a quality lavatory faucet construction now, as opposed to paying a plumber later.
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