High-quality, attractively styled taps can help to elevate and define your bathroom style. They add interest and can bring better coordination to your décor. When choosing taps, it is important to select ones which are complementary to your tastes and the overall style of your bathroom or home. If your bathroom is dominated by clean, straight lines curvy taps will look out of place. It is possible to combine traditional and contemporary accents to create a beautiful eclectic space, but remember, it is usually preferable to use curves with curves and angles with angles.
Selecting the right taps for your bathroom will depend on several factors: desired materials, the current décor of your bathroom, your budget, and how large of a renovation you are willing to undergo.
Metal and steel based taps are often more expensive, but will offer a greater durability and resistance to corrosion. They are available in different styles and finishes including chrome and silver. There are also ceramic taps available if you want a more traditional appearance.
Taps are often not the most striking thing in your bathroom, but they don’t have to be boring. Here are some great examples of taps that will stand out and make a statement in your bathroom.
These attractive and modern designs provide a constant flow of water instead of a jet. Available in a huge variety of styles and shapes, waterfall taps are a beautiful way to add a touch of splash of modern tech to your bathroom. They are even available with LED panels to let you know what temperature the water is before your stick your hands under it as seen below.
Minimalist Stainless Steel Taps
If you are looking for something sleek and simple to match your minimalist bathroom décor, these faucets are a charming way to add some modernity and functionality to one of the most heavily used rooms in your home. The built-in towel rack in the second picture is particularly attractive and practical.
This type of faucet includes a short through which the water runs through before falling. This means that the water pressure is closer to that of a waterfall tap. These two charming options are nice examples of the wide range of selection available on the market. The first, a rustic brushed metal, would be at home in a farmhouse or country home while the second, beautifully painted ceramic, would likely be found in a more traditional home.