What Houzz contributors are saying:
2. Single-handle or touchless faucet and a built-in soap dispenser. OK, confession time: I’m a bit of a germaphobe, so I prefer a single-handle faucet that I can easily turn on and adjust without having to twist multiple knobs. I recently installed a touchless faucet in my kitchen, which has me thinking that might be a good way to go in the bathroom as well. Not surprisingly, I go through lots of hand soap, so I like having a built-in soap dispenser right next to the bathroom faucet, attached to a gadget that allows me to pull soap from an economy-size bottle underneath the sink. This enables me and my family to go an astoundingly long period of time between refills.