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Our Top Picks for Bathroom Fixtures

The plumbing features you choose for your bathroom are of crucial importance during the renovation planning process. If you want to make a good impression to potential guests, taking the time to research the various types can help you decide which bathroom shower and sink fixtures will suit your existing style. Below we’ve chosen a few of our favorite fixtures to help kick-start a few bathroom remodeling ideas of your own.

Bathroom Sink Faucets

Person Turning Sink Faucet

In many cases, the type of sink fixture you choose will largely depend on the style of your sink and bathroom. For instance, a small powder room with a pedestal sink would be ill served by a large, overarching faucet, while an under-mounted sink in a master bath would make use of one perfectly well.

However, as one of the centerpieces of the bathroom (hand washing is a primary function of any bathroom, after all), ease-of-use should fall at the top of your list. Soapy hands often fumble with knobs and valves, making faucets with lever handles a long time favorite of bathroom remodelers everywhere.

As one of the biggest water wasters in the bathroom (aside from the shower), it’s also very important to find a faucet that will help you conserve water. There are many modern brands that offer water efficiency as a benefit, and they sometimes last longer than traditional faucets due to less natural corrosion.

Bathroom Shower Fixtures

Shower faucets offer more functionalities than a typical bathroom sink faucet, and most of them are aimed at people who want to get as much out of their shower experience as possible. In other words, sink faucets are about looks, but shower fixtures are about comfort.

Shower Head

There are many different designs out there, making the choice very difficult for some, and very easy for others.

  • Wall-mounted unit – The typical showerhead that everyone knows and loves, the wall-mounted unit is straightforward and undeniably functional.
  • Hand-held unit – A hand-held shower head carries a myriad of uses, and they are especially helpful to those who have small children or pets needing to be bathed. In many cases they come with different settings to allow for maximum comfort for all users. Also, it’s easier to clean your feet with hand-held units.
  • Rain shower head – Those seeking the ultimate luxury shower experience often gravitate toward the rain shower head. Meant to simulate bathing in a rainstorm or in a waterfall, a rain shower head can be specified to your specific pressure preferences.
  • Body spray fixtures – These mounted body spray bars are certainly an investment, but for some shower designs it can be an elegant and functional replacement for a singular showerhead.

If you’re remodeling your bathroom from the ground up and can’t decide which shower faucet to get, why limit yourself? Many savvy homeowners are doubling up on faucets to ensure that they’ll be comfortable even when they’re not showering alone. While this isn’t wise if your home is in an area where water conservation is an issue, it’s certainly something to consider if you’re designing a master shower that’s as big as a full bathroom itself.

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1 - http://www.hgtv.com/remodel/bathroom-remodel/choosing-bathroom-fixtures