Types of Bathroom Faucets by manufacturers

Selecting a bathroom faucet might be more difficult than you anticipate. Bathroom faucets come in a wide range of colors, finishes, styles, and sizes.

Since you’ll typically keep the same faucet for many years, choosing a vanity sink faucet requires careful consideration. It should go well with the overall style and theme of the bathroom as well as the other bathroom fixtures.

Read on to learn about the various types of bathroom faucets.

  1. Bridge
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Bridge faucets mix traditional style with modern technology. “Bridge” refers to the way the faucet and levers branch off of one another in a kitchen. “Bridge” means the levers and faucet branch off one part, per kitchen. This requires two rather than three counter holes.

Undermount sinks usually have bridge faucets. This combo gives you faucet freedom. Bridge faucets are usually fixed to the bathroom countertop, making it easy to clean around them and keep your sink clean and hygienic.

2. Centre-set


Centre set faucets fit three-hole basins. Centre-set faucets have four-inch handles. These faucets have a spout and two handles on the base. some centre-set faucets have two handles fixed on a 6-inch plate.

3. Single-handle


Single handle bathroom faucets, also called single-lever faucets, have one handle. Single-handle faucet handles control water temperature and pressure. Single-handle kitchen faucets are popular.

most single-handle sink faucets need one or two holes. These faucets just require one hole in the bathroom or kitchen surface. Some faucets include a mounting plate to cover additional holes.

  1. Spread-fit

Spread-fit faucets conceal the connection underneath the vanity or countertop sink. Separate spout and handles. The faucet holes are usually 10 inches apart. Nonstandard setups are possible. Positioning the spout in the back and the faucet handles to one side can help with tight installations. This faucet resembles a center-set one.

  1. Deck mount

The Kitchn defines a “deck mount” faucet as one that mounts to the countertop. This faucet differs from wall-mounted or sink-mounted faucets. Deck-mount faucets can be utilised for bathtubs and sinks.

  1. Wall mount

Wall-mounted faucets are affixed to the wall, unlike deck-mounted faucets or taps. Over-sink faucets come in many shapes, sizes, colours, and finishes.

Wall-mounted fixtures are sleek and modern, says designer Malachi Connolly.

Wall-mounted faucets on vanity sinks make cleaning the area surrounding the sink easier. At the rear of a sink, dirt and calcium deposits tend to build up. Without a faucet and hardware, it’s easy to access.

  1. Vessel

A vessel sink is a basin that stands on top of a bathroom vanity or worktop. Material doesn’t matter for a vessel sink basin. Vessel sink materials include ceramic, glass, stainless steel, stone, copper, and marble. Today’s most common vessel sink materials are glass and ceramic. Bathrooms, unlike kitchens, have vessel sinks.

For a vessel sink faucet, holes are drilled into the countertop or vanity. Your vessel sink faucet can be single- or double-holed. You can choose a wall-mounted or deck-mounted faucet for a vessel sink.

Vessel sink faucets exist. These faucets clear vessel sink rims. Most vessel sinks require a 4-inch faucet.

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