6 Reasons to Consider Wall-Mounted Faucets
Save on precious space and cleaning time with a wall mount bathroom faucet
Bathroom renovations require many pivotal choices. One, in particular, can make all the difference. That’s right, we’re talking about the faucet. Specifically, one of our favorite options: the wall mount bathroom faucet. The seamless design not only frees up countertop space, but it also saves you cleaning time. Ahead, we round up six Sweeten homeowners’ bathrooms featuring the modern wall mount bathroom faucet fixture.
1. International Inspiration
A leak in Erin and Brian’s bathroom made a remodel necessary. Luckily, Brian, an architect himself, had long considered a design overhaul for the space. He wanted to create a bathroom inspired by hotels he’d seen around the world. The clawfoot tub, blue tile floor, and wall-mounted faucet definitely bring in a sense of international grandeur.
2. Saving Space
After a successful kitchen renovation with Sweeten, Amy and Nick wanted to update their bathroom. The couple made some big, high-impact changes, like removing a wall and raising the ceiling. However, the small details really defined their space. They repurposed a side table to make a contemporary vanity. Above it, a sleek wall-mounted faucet left the limited counter space free for storage.
3. Contemporary Touches
Pallavi and Keyur wanted a classic black-and-white palette for their bathroom remodel. They incorporated contemporary touches like a custom vanity and wall-mounted fixtures.
4. Floating Fixtures
Meredith and Jason wanted to make their small bathroom feel as big as possible. A smaller floating vanity and wall-mounted faucet made all the difference. Additionally, the wall-hung toilet (with the tank hidden behind the wall) created the illusion of more space.
5. A Golden Touch
Nazli and Larry’s bathroom renovation plan was built off the wall-mounted faucet. The matching touches of gold tie the whole look together. The golden vanity hardware, wall lighting, and mirrors give the space a cohesive vibe.
6. Small and Functional
These homeowners’ bathroom was small, yet functional. Still, they wanted to give it more style and make the space more suited to their needs. To start, they updated all the fixtures and swapped out the bathtub for a walk-in shower. The gold hardware, including the wall mount bathroom faucet, became their favorite design choice.
Another crucial bathroom choice? Tile. Check out these 10 bathroom floor tile ideas to help make your decision.
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