The vanity faucet is the central element of any bath decorating concept. We offer bathroom sink faucets in a range of designs and styles; you're sure to find the perfect piece to bring your design together.
Choosing a bathroom sink faucet can seem like a daunting task, which is why Home Decorators Collection has carefully curated a selection of high-quality, elegant faucets with lasting durability and style. When exploring our offerings, keep in mind the decorating style you've chosen for your bath, the finish of existing fixtures like lighting, doorknobs and cabinet hardware, the amount of space you'd like between the spout and your sink basin, and the style of faucet you'll need based on your vanity's size and whether its top is pre-drilled.
Choosing a Design
Spout designs can range from low profile to high arches. They might be farmhouse-style spindles, modern swept arch spouts, classic high arch C-spouts, angular upswept spouts - think of a decorating style, and there's a spout to match. The base of a faucet handle, called an escutcheon, can come in a variety of shapes, including cylinder, bell and cone. The handles themselves might be knobs, elegantly curved levers, round levers, cross handles or even sleek, modern blades. Together, the spout and handles create a cohesive centerpiece for your bath decor.
Choosing a Style
The most common faucet style is center set, in which the spout and handles are combined on a four-inch base unit. This style is ideal for pre-drilled vanity tops and suits a variety of vanity sizes.
For smaller sinks, a single-hole faucet might make the most sense, as they have the most modest profile. This style often features a single lever handle to control both hot and cold water.
A wide spread or mini wide spread faucet will require three holes in your vanity top. The spouts of these faucets are separate from the handles, offering a streamlined look. This style is perfect for wide or double vanities.
Construction and Care
Home Decorators Collection's bathroom sink faucets are constructed of resilient, maintenance-free brass, then finished in chrome, satin nickel, oil-rubbed bronze, or polished brass PVD (physical vapor deposition). PVD resists discoloration and abrasions and is extremely durable.
To keep your bathroom faucets beautiful, wash with mild soap and water, and avoid using harsh, abrasive cleaners.