Each type of space has its own set of design challenges but also its own series of elements which can add character to the decor and make it stand out and be unique. In the case of the bathroom, one of these elements is the faucet. Bathroom faucets come in all sorts of shapes, sizes and styles and although the vast majority follows pretty much the same classical design template, there are also plenty of interesting and less common designs to choose from.
These are single hole bathroom faucets from the Brooklyn 31 collection. They come in two versions, one for sinks and one for washbasins. They’re available in a variety of finishes as well as in several colors and color combinations. Their defining detail is the valve at the top.
The Jem 97 collection adds a touch of glamour to any bathroom. the faucets and handles are decorated with gems which completely change the design that would otherwise be very simple. This design detail also influences the rest of the decor, giving the bathroom a sophisticated and elegant look.
However, if you’d rather not draw too much attention to the bathroom faucet, you could opt for something simpler such as the Edge 35 model. It has clean and simple lines defined by a waterfall system. It’s only a simple modification brought to a modern design but it makes all the difference.
The TOD 2 bathroom faucets are ideal for washbasins although they can work just as great when used in combination with sinks and also in kitchens. They have an elongated and linear deign with smooth curves and angles and easy to operate handles.