Bathroom Faucets

With the bathroom renovation in the works (demo has yet to start, but you know..) I have rounded up some of my fave bathroom faucets I have come across while doing research for the design of the bathroom.  I initially thought of doing gold or copper fixtures, but ultimately our budget did not allow for this.  A hand held shower head trumps the finish option and this option is typically more expensive than the traditional fixed shower head.  We have a hand held shower now and love the convenience of it when it comes time to clean the bathroom.

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  1. Ashlyn by Delta – Transitional looking faucet that is versatile and can go with pretty much anything.  Really like the clean lines of this.
  2. Claremont by Kingston Brass – A modern mini widespread option, easier to clean than the traditional 4″ centerset mounted on the panel.
  3. Concord by Elements of Design – Another mini widespread faucet, reminiscent of the popular Kohler Purist.
  4. Heritage by Elements of Design – This style is more in line with the age of our house, I think it complements the charm and character factor.
  5. Dryden by Delta – A beautiful transitional option, with clean lines yet some curve appeal as well.
  6. Restoration by Kingston Brass -Really liking the cross handles and the white porcelain “H” and “C” for hot and cold.

Bathroom: Inspiration and Ideas

The planning and design phase of a project is always my favorite because I get to look at pretty images all day.  I created a Pinterest board for the bathroom remodel and have been on a pinning frenzy ever since.  I gathered some of my favorites to share with you.  The look I’m going for is a marriage between old and new.  We live in an old home, built in 1912, so I’d like to bring back some historic character to the space, but with modern touches.

Love the herringbone tile pattern on the wall.  A great way to lay down subway tiles.BathRemodel1

I’m digging the mix of metals, white, and black in this bathroom.  BathRemodel2

Patterned tile, that’s all I’m going to say.BathRemodel3

This bathroom, it doesn’t go with the style of our house but I am in love with the different textures and beautiful neutral color scheme.BathRemodel4

This is more in line with what I’m actually looking at doing with our current bathroom.  Subway tile on the walls and small hexagon tile on the floor.BathRemodel5

Really like the modern look and feel of this.  I’m especially drawn to the wall mounted sink.

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Loving the pattern of tile on the floor.BathRemodel7

Images via here: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7