Kitchen and Bath Fixtures Fetish
You’ve probably heard it said before: Fixtures are the jewels of the kitchen and the bathroom. Well, it’s true. Amazingly enough, these fairly small metal accouterments can make or break a design. Kitchen and bath fixtures come in a variety of finishes and design styles — it takes a trained eye to choose just the right ones to create a truly seamless finish to the kitchen or bathroom design. Click here to see some kitchen backsplash ideas.
You might choose a restaurant-style faucet not only for its functionality, but also for the modern feel it adds to any kitchen design or remodeling project.
Another option for the kitchen sink is a stylish, single-handle fixture that’s a little less industrial than the last design. The satin finish is soft and elegant.
Maybe your taste is a little more farmhouse. This traditional style suits the kitchen design perfectly. Pair it with an apron-front sink and shaker cabinetry in today’s hottest color — gray — for a contemporary twist on this classic look.
Even a traditionally styled kitchen needs modern amenities. Add this pot-filler, in a time-honored, sophisticated look, near the range to make cooking all that much easier.
What bar sink wouldn’t look fantastic with this contemporary take on traditional faucet? The single-handle design is sleek, while the antique plumbing style is — dare I say — sexy in its curving lines.
These single-lever, polished faucets complement the hint of traditional in this space. The design keeps the expanse of countertop looking sleek and uncluttered.
This widespread lavatory faucet also has a minimalist look. The handles feature an ever-so-slight curve. The style is available in two spout heights and pairs perfectly with an undermount sink.
A freestanding tub is a beautiful way to define a master bathroom. The look can be sleek and contemporary or elegant and traditional. Either way, tub fillers are the crown jewel here — make sure the fixture you choose sets the tone.
Fixtures come in a variety of colors and finishes. Don’t shy away from something bold like this not-your-1970s brass. The look is back better than ever, and its available in both contemporary- and traditional-style fixtures.
Make a real statement by adding a bold — even masculine — faucet to a feminine space. This design features three articulating pivot points and a joystick-style valve for additional control. The industrial styling is a beautiful juxtaposition to the tile pattern behind it.