Whether you are considering a full scale remodel to your kitchen or bathroom in Toronto or Mississauga or just freshening those rooms up with a bit of paint and new hardware, one feature you don’t want to forget about is your faucets.
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New faucets can really add some pop to an outdated bathroom or kitchen and you can replace them throughout your home in pieces so there is no need to buy them all at once. Faucets come in a myriad of different styles and finishes, so as long as you spend a little time planning how your remodeled bathroom or kitchen will look upon completion, it shouldn’t be too difficult to find something suitable for your needs.
When looking for inspiration and ideas, Kitchen and Bath should be your first stop. Our showroom features a wide array of beautiful faucets and our knowledgeable staff can help you select the one that is just perfect for your kitchen or bathroom.
You might be surprised to learn how many choices are actually out there. Below are a few descriptions of some of the types of faucets that we offer:
Deck Mounted Faucets
These faucets are mounted directly to the “deck” that is your countertop and they allow for a lot of creativity in the space. By skipping the connecting fixture, these deck mounted faucets are easy to clean around and usually make for a nice, clean-looking space.
Free Standing Faucets
These faucets definitely add a bit of sophistication to your kitchen or bath. Generally there are two raised pipes that channel water into a connection and turning either of the hot or cold handles allows for the flow of water into the connected pipe. These tend to be your more glamorous faucets and they are always conversation pieces.
These faucets are popular in both the kitchen and bath these days. There are a number of types and styles on the market with the most common being in brushed nickel, chrome and bronze finishes. Vanity faucets are typically smaller and are designed to look sleek in a space with less countertop room. Frequently they will have a spout with just one arm that swings from hot-to-cold as opposed to older compression-style fixtures that have separate handles. One spout/handle combination utilizes a ball faucet setup and the minimalist style can appear simple and modern. That is not to say that having two handles and a spout is a dated look, many of those styles can add charm and brilliance to your vanity as well.
All of these faucets are available in a number of styles and materials. Whether you are looking for something that is ultra-modern or more traditional, we can help you find the style that best fits your kitchen or bathroom.
Contact Kitchen and Bath today if you are looking for a new faucet. Our team are experts in design and can help you to choose the faucet that is right for you. If you live in the Toronto or Mississauga area, we can even provide the installation.