Bathroom Faucets and Sinks Costs, Trends and Styles

Bathroom sinks and faucets add the finishing touches to your bathroom remodeling. They are available in almost any style, color, and finish imaginable. You can choose the sink and faucets independently or in matched sets. This bathroom remodeling guide provides an overview of what you’ll find when you shop for bathroom sinks and faucets.

Trends in Bathroom Sinks and Faucets

Vessel sinks remain a very popular choice when it comes to bathroom sinks. They sit above the countertop like a wash basin might. If you choose a vessel sink, be sure to choose a bathroom vanity that will accommodate this style, otherwise the sink will be uncomfortably high and hard to use. Vessel sinks are available in a variety of styles, shapes and materials including porcelain, ceramic, polymer, stone, granite, marble, glass, stainless steel, and copper. Vessel sinks can have an antique look, a modern look and many looks in between. There are also hundreds of different styles for you to consider. If a vessel sink is in your plans, your biggest problem is deciding which one will look best in your bathroom, and what faucet will go best with that sink.

The trendiest kitchen faucets are those that go with vessel sinks. Vessel sink faucets for your bathroom remodeling project can be mounted on your bathroom countertop, on the wall, on the floor, next to the bathroom vanity or a maybe you can use a pedestal sink. You’ll find an unlimited range of styles, colors and finishes for both your sink and faucet. Selecting a sink and a faucet will be somewhat easier if you decide ahead of time on style, color, material, and price. Filtering your choices will help you tremendously.

Styles of Bathroom Sinks and Faucets

Because sinks and faucets are viewed as accent pieces in the larger theme, their style follows the styles chosen for bathroom countertops, vanities and even bathroom showers where you want matching hardware throughout the bath remodeling theme. For this reason, it makes sense to choose bathroom faucets and sinks last, once you’ve decided on the primary pieces for the bathroom, especially the countertop.

In terms of sink styles, the most common are self-rimming sinks, under-counter mounted sinks, pedestal sinks, one-piece bathroom countertops and sinks, wall-mount sinks and vessel sinks. For bathroom faucets, you can choose from 2-handle, single-handle, and hands-free electronic faucets in a range of colors and finishes.

Bathrooms Sinks and Faucets Costs

The most affordable sinks and faucets are under $100. Good-quality bathroom faucets and sinks cost $150-$400. Top of the line models will be priced at more than $500. In many cases it will be easy for you to change the bathroom faucet, saving you even more money. Check out the video below to see how easy it can be.

Conclusion, The sinks and faucets you choose should follow your total remodeling design. Once you know what your bathroom countertops are going to be, look for sinks and faucets that enhance that style, blending well with the rest of the bathroom hardware. With literally hundreds of styles to consider, it makes sense to only consider bathroom sinks and faucets that match your budget and the look you want.