1,675 Bathroom Faucets

If you're looking for a quick fix to spruce up your bathroom, one of the easiest ways to make an impact is by updating your sink and shower faucets. By trading your outdated gold fixtures for sleeker chrome or stainless steel ones, you can quickly create a fresh, modern look. As you consider your next bath faucet purchase, be sure to keep in mind all your finish, style and spout options. More 
Trevi Deluxe Adjustable Body Spray in Polished Chrome
$33.39 $62.00 · Buy on Houzz
American Standard 1660.125.002 Trevi Deluxe Adjustable Body Spray in Polished Chrome. This wall-mounted American Standard Trevi Deluxe Adjustable Body Sprayer in Polished Chrome provides a steady flow rate of 2.5 GPM for a more enjoyable shower experience and its 2 spray settings allow you to customize your shower to suit your needs. The nozzles are self-cleaning to help preven...More
Delta MultiChoice(R) Universal Tub and Shower Valve Body - R10000-UNBX
$32.06 $45.90 · Buy on Houzz
Timeless design for today's homes MultiChoice (TM) Universal Valve Body Only Accepts single, dual, or dual thermostatic cartridge Trim sold separately and includes appropriate cartridge Back-to-back capability Brass construction
Delta Universal Mount Tank Lever - 75060-RB
$35.60 $50.85 · Buy on Houzz
The Victorian Bath Collection adds an impressive element of distinction - and a touch of old-world charm - to any bath. Getting ready in the morning is far from routine when you are surrounded by a bath that reflects your personal style.
“Bronze lever” — jillegrimm
$44.02 $66.03 · Buy on Houzz
Old world bronze finish. Grab bar with toilet tissue holder. The securemount design allows for secure installation into any stud at any angle. Supports up to 250 lbs. 8 inch bar length. 1.0 inch bar diameter. Corrosion resistant. Stainless steel construction.
Delta MultiChoice(R) Universal Rough - Shower Only - R10000-UNBXHF
$32.06 $45.90 · Buy on Houzz
Timeless design for today's homes Trim sold separately and includes appropriate cartridge BX = Single box model HF = high flow, shower-only applications Also features 1/2 in. universal outlets, inlets/outlets have male threads Accepts single, dual, or dual thermostatic cartridge
Premier 126960 Waterfront Lead-Free Two-Handle Lavatory Faucet without Pop-Up, P
$32.85 $49.28 · Buy on Houzz
# Hybrid material housing Brass reinforced inlet shanks Washerless cartridges for reliable performance WaterSense Certified Non-corrosive, high-density polymer waterway two handle; lavatory; faucet; bathroom; lead free
“we have 2 pice for two bath like this” — pbpp
Delta Two Metal Lever Handle Accent Kit - A64PB
$26.30 $38.35 · Buy on Houzz
Sleek lines offer a distinctive look. For use with two-handle Roman tub faucets Add to select Less Handle Program models to complete the look Handle accent only, must also purchase base H64PB for complete handle Sold in pairs Lifetime limited warranty covers parts and finish defects
Moen A720 Shower Arm Diverter in Chrome
$47.18 $62.90 · Buy on Houzz
Moen A720 Shower Arm Diverter in ChromeMoen is dedicated to designing and delivering beautiful products that last a lifetime. Moen offers a diverse selection of kitchen faucets, kitchen sinks, bathroom faucets and accessories, and showering products. Moen products combine style and functionality with durability for a lifetime of customer satisfaction.Moen A720 Shower Arm Divert...More
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What type of style faucet should you choose?

If you're going to replace an old faucet instead of starting from scratch, your style options are going to be more limited — you'll need to choose a faucet that matches the holes of your existing sink. If you're looking to start fresh, you can customize your new sink and its fixtures to accommodate the new look and feel you desire. In general, here are the most popular options:
Single-hole:These units have generally have one handle connected to the spout which controls water temperature. They’re compact, and easy to use, maintain and install.
Center-set: The most commonly used and least expensive faucets, they combine the handles and spout on a 4” base unit. These work well on smaller basins.
Widespread:This option features hot and cold water valves that are separate from the spout. Though a pricier faucet, they’re more flexible in terms of placement, and are usually at least 8” wide.
Wall-mount: These work well with non-traditional sinks that don’t come with pre-drilled holes, such as vessel sinks. They also reduce clutter since they’re generally installed higher than typical faucets.

What do you need to know about internal valve systems?

The internal valve system controls the flow of water through the spout, so it’s an extremely important facet to high-quality operation. This is something you’ll want to invest in to ensure it works properly for years to come. These four available internal valve systems are as follows:
Compression:The most common type, it’s the only system that uses a rubber washer to control the flow of water. However, the washers wear out easily, which can result in dripping.
Ball (washerless): Water through this system is controlled using a slotted metal ball. It’s durable and reliable, but must be paired with a single-handle faucet.
Cartridge (washerless): This system operates on a stem cartridge that moves up and down to regulate flow. Also durable and reliable, it’s compatible with both single- and two-handle faucets.
Ceramic disk (washerless): With two ceramic disks moving against each other to control water flow, this system is virtually maintenance free. It tends to be pricier, but can be used with single- or two-handle faucets.

What type of finish should you consider?

There are many different materials to choose from; as you make your decision, be sure to find one that complements your bathroom’s current décor. Brass, bronze and copper add a warm, inviting tone to your bath, while nickel, chrome and stainless steel are slick, trendy options. For a more classic look, try white, gold or black. Regardless of your pick, keep your eye out for manufacturers that offer lifetime finishes to ensure your faucet remains in top condition over the years.

What additional features might you want to include in your faucet?

Anti-scald protection helps protect from burning, particularly with young children. You may consider adding a filter for drinking water, or installing an adjustable flow-rate restrictor to conserve water.
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