How a plumbing trim kit can upgrade your bathroom
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A plumbing trim kit is one of the easiest and more economical ways to refresh a bathroom without having to do a more extensive remodel. Whether it’s a kit of parts to complete the plumbing of a free-standing console vanity or a set designed to finish a toilet, these collections offer matching styles all in one package. Find out how a plumbing trim kit can improve your bathroom with new stylish accents after a few small updates.
Improve the Look of Visible Plumbing
Plumbing trim kits for bathrooms are designed specifically to replace the standard nylon or flex-line plumbing that would be used under a sink. When installing a wall-mounted or console vanity sink, the plumbing connected to the drain line and faucets is visible. Plumbing trim kits match the finish of the faucet and other bathroom fixtures, so the P-trap and other essential pipe parts look as good as possible. No one will even notice they’re looking at the drain pipe of a sink when it’s finished in brushed brass and dramatically curved to give it visual appeal.
Upgrade to Matching Finishes
If something in the bathroom doesn’t already match the rest of the room, a plumbing trim kit is a fast way to update it. This extends beyond the usual plumbing kits used on toilets and sinks. Trim kits for showers and tubs feature matching cover plates, handles and all visible trim pieces to give the shower a whole new look with just a few replacements. With a screwdriver and 30 minutes of work, it’s easy to replace mismatched finishes on showers, tubs, and vanities. A trim kit ensures that all parts have the same finish and style for a seamless upgrade.
Toilet Trim Kits for a Stylish Decor
Among the many types of plumbing trim kits available today, toilet trim kits are one of the most overlooked. Yet, adding a stop valve, supply lines and toilet tank lever in coordinating high-quality finishes and matching handle style makes the room look much more finished and luxurious than just relying on generic plumbing parts. Even if the plumber used a basic valve and flex lines during the initial installation, a homeowner could change out these parts at any time just by turning off the water supply to the toilet or home.