Effective home remodeling requires both big and small decisions. What kind of flooring do you need and want? What kind of wall covering and window treatments will look good for each room? Is it more important to you to remodel your kitchen or your bathroom? Chances are you'll probably be well along your way on your home improvement project before you decide about your kitchen or bathroom faucet design, but each part of your remodeling project will have an important impact on the quality of the end result. Kitchen and bathroom faucet wall mounts can help create the right look for your home remodeling project.
Faucet Wall Mounts for the Bathroom and Kitchen
In general, faucet design is a matter of personal preference. Sure, a single-lever ball faucet may afford some convenience and is more likely to need repair, but choosing a faucet design is usually more about what you like than the most reasonable or sensible choice. That said, not all faucets are created equal. A wall-mounted faucet will usually require longer spouts to achieve a proper basin reach, although the high mount also creates a unique curve and look for the faucet. In addition, for sink faucets it will leave your counter space unencumbered and sleek looking.
Kitchen Faucet Wall Mounts
Wall-mounted kitchen faucets are essentially the same thing as any other faucet wall mount, except they're usually offered with options tailored for the kitchen. An adjustable swing faucet is common to accommodate the double-basin of most kitchen sinks. Naturally, a kitchen faucet wall mount is available in the same materials as any other faucet, including brass, chrome, and nickel. A low kitchen faucet wall mount will look and act more like a standard faucet mount, while a high wall mount will present a more unique downward arc.
Bathroom Faucet Wall Mounts
Wall-mounted bathroom faucets are a great idea in conjunction with vessel sinks, especially in smaller bathrooms or for narrower bathroom counters, where the sink is naturally placed closer to the wall. A bathroom faucet wall mount is also popular in combination with a wall-mounted bathroom sink. Bathroom counters are a standard installation for any bathroom, but if you're looking for space-saving ideas for a half bath, you might find a bathroom counter isn't nearly as mandatory as you might first think. Rather than have an uncomfortably confined room, a simple wall-mounted sink and faucet combination can really open your bathroom up. A small mirror cabinet can provide more than enough storage for a guest bathroom.
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