Not all bathroom faucets are created equally. Depending on your preferences, one type of faucet may work better for your sink and your space than another. Learn all about the four main types of bathroom faucets below, then stop in and see them for yourself at Keidel!
Types of Bathroom Faucet Styles:
Single Hole Faucets
Currently gaining widespread popularity, single hole bathroom faucets offer a clean and modern look. They are both stylish and functional, and can fit with most sinks you purchase. This makes them one of the most versatile faucet options on the market.
Vessel faucets are made to fit specifically with vessel sinks. While they are technically single hole faucets, they rise above the basin of the vessel sink. This style is gaining popularity in more modern homes.
Widespread faucets have a classic, two-handle style as opposed to a single handle. This type of faucet is often seen in more traditional homes, but depending on the style and materials used, they can achieve a very modern look.
Think of centerset faucets as having an all-in-one look. The base of the faucet contains both handles set closely to the base of the spout. These work best on smaller sinks where counter space is limited.