The Right Bathroom Sink Faucets for a Master Bathroom
The master bathroom requires the most thought and care during a renovation or new construction. The bathroom sink faucets need careful consideration since they’re such a large part of the room. Don’t forget the style of the bathtub faucet or tub filler as well. To tie the entire room together, stick with a consistent theme for the faucets in your master bath.
Bathroom Sink Faucets in Your Chosen Style
Start by considering the overall style of your master bath. Is it more traditional or a modern space in need of an update? Simple outlines and sleek lines are preferred for modern baths, while traditional faucets usually feature more ornate decorative features. Unique waterfall and sheet flow faucets are considered modern. If you already have a vanity or sink installed, print out your favorites and hold them up over the current faucet to see what works best.
Look for a Cohesive Model Line
If you want a perfect match between the bathroom sink faucets and tub faucets, look for a model line that includes all the various fixtures. The various fixtures will feature similar model names and the same letters at the beginning of their model numbers. Using matching model lines creates a cohesive look throughout the entire master bath.
Stick to a Single Finish
For a more creative approach, stick to a single style, but vary the exact designs of your bathroom sink faucet and tub filler. As long as you stick to a single finish for all the master bath fixtures, they’ll still blend well together. Whether you prefer chrome, oil-rubbed brass, or any other Kingston Brass finish, we have all fixtures in each option.
Matching the Tub & Shower Faucet
When shopping for a matching tub & shower faucet or tub filler, you’ll need to consider more than just the style. Each type of tub works best with a specific bathtub faucet installation method. Clawfoot and rolled rim tubs require freestanding tub fillers. Built-in-place and acrylic tub surrounds work with deck mounted and wall mounted tub faucets. Or you may opt for a separate walk-in shower. Make sure a matching shower and/or tub faucet is available in the right mounting type before ordering your sink faucet.
These tips should help you make the most of our selection of bathroom sink faucets here at Kingston Brass. From modern single-hole faucets to traditional two-handle designs, you can find it all here.