Your bathroom is one of the most important rooms in your home. Even though it is also one of the smallest, there are many decisions to make when it comes to creating your bathroom oasis. It’s important that all of the fixtures flow together, including your bathroom faucet. Luckily, thanks to the fact that more and more people are putting extra effort into their restroom, you have a lot of options and plenty reviews to look through to find the best bathroom faucet. See our comparison table or skip to the bathroom faucet reviews now.
|Moen Single Handle||4.9||$$$$|
|Moen Ashville Widespread 2-Handle||4.7||$$$|
|KES Single Handle Waterfall Faucet||4.4||$$|
|Peerless Apex Two-Handle||4.4||$$|
|Designer Impressions Oil Rubbed Bronze||3.9||$|
This modern bathroom faucet is available in bronze or nickel. It resists waterspots, preserves your water supply, and can be installed in sinks that have holes which are spread out between 8-16 inches. It is easy to install and looks great with its slightly higher, single hole waterspout.
This waterfall bathroom faucet can be either regular height or taller. You can choose from chrome, nickel, gold, or bronze, depending on your other bathroom decor. It is contemporary in style and features a double rotating spout. The kit includes everything that you need to install it easily.
This ADA compliant faucet gives you a lifetime warranty and looks great. It is a 4” mini style faucet, which means the holes of your sink should be close together. Included with the faucet, you will get a matching sink stopper.
This bathroom faucet can be purchased in either oil rubbed bronze or satin nickel. It has a two handle design and a tall waterspout. Installation is easy and it is a one-piece design that looks great on most bathroom vanities.
This is a single handle bathroom faucet which is part of the Danika Collection. It resists water spots and has a very basic, but classy style. Moen faucets are designed to last a lifetime so it could easily be the last faucet you will ever need to purchase.
In the past, bathroom faucets were basically all the same. There were two knobs and a single hole water spout. Now, you have a large variety of choices when it comes to your bathroom sink. There are double handle, single handle, waterfall, widespread, wall mount, and vessel faucets for your bathroom. These are all unique. They each create a different look for your bathroom vanity.
If you simply want something different, a single handle may be a great choice. These control the hot and cold water by lifting the handle instead of adjusting two different handles. A waterfall option allows water to simply trickle out into the sink. A widespread faucet provides a wider spray from the faucet, but has more force than the waterfall. A wall mounted is great for adding a unique look to your bathroom as well, because your sink can be just a large bowl which sits in your vanity. The same can be said for a vessel style faucet.
After you have decided on the type you want in your bathroom, you will then have to decide on a color. There are black as well as antique brass, polished brass, bronze, copper, gold, iron, brushed nickel, pearl nickel, and even chrome that is matte, polished, or brushed. You want to make sure the color of your faucet matches your shower head fixtures, bathroom vanity and other fixtures such as your toilet paper holder. This will help you narrow down the choices and pick what you think will look the best.
Before you rush out and purchase a new one, you also need to consider your plumbing set up. For instance, if you have a sink that has three holes in it, you do not need to purchase a wall mounted faucet unless you plan to change out your entire sink. On the other hand, if you sink has only one hole or does not have any holes, you should not purchase a faucet that requires three.
To help, as a general rule, there are only a few different sink styles. They include the single hole sink, a 4” mini-spread faucet, which is also called a center-set, and an 8” widespread.