faucet styles

Stylish details. Updating a powder room or guest bathroom? Consider adding a sophisticated statement piece like a colorful sink vanity. We love this look with coordinating wallpaper. We especially love a touch of metallic paired with the architectural detail of the vanity. Metals such as chrome reflect light making your space seem larger and more luxe.

Brushed Beauty.  Polished nickel finishes pair perfectly with vibrant color for a clean lined and sophisticated look in your bathroom. Add a twist and mix it with other metals like chrome and oil rubbed bronze for a design style that’s layered and lovely.

Geometric shapes – a square cabinet, rectangular mirror, round lights and teardrop tile – are characteristic of contemporary design. A glass shower door helps this beautiful bath feel open and inviting. Pair it with playful pattern and shiny metallic finishes to add sophistication to your bathroom.

Clean and Contemporary. The geometry of vertical and horizontal surfaces uncluttered by paneling, ornament, highlights, or shadows defines contemporary design. Slab doors with hidden hinges give your cabinetry a clean-line appearance; linear metal pulls are the perfect addition. Upper cabinets outfitted with frosted glass open up instead of out in unique modern function.

Think function when choosing a faucet. A gooseneck faucet best suits a sink that needs to multi-task but also look stylish. It gives you more vertical room to wash items both long and small and looks sleek. Pull-down options are great for getting into the nooks and crannys when cleaning and industrial designs make you feel like a kitchen pro.