Leaking faucets may seem minor, but they can waste a shocking amount of water. Don’t just wait until you see or hear a drip; actively check the cabinets under your sinks from time to time to make sure nothing’s leaking — including kitchen spray wands, which can leak down the tubing and under the cabinet without your noticing anything.
Leaky faucet? Do a quick Internet search of your faucet's make and model to determine whether it's a chronic problem or a possible one-time fix. Amazon.com reviews and online forums can reveal clues about whether O-ring or cartridge replacements are worth the time. Spare parts (if not antique or specialty) will almost always be significantly less expensive than a brand new faucet.
Both sinks have vibrant brushed nickel widespread sink faucets with signature pinstripe detailing along the spout and ergonomic cross handles. The spout includes an aerator that ensures smooth and steady water flow.
The sink’s flumed bathroom sink spout faucet in vibrant brushed bronze has separate cross handles and a metal touch-activated drain. The open flume design of the faucet channels water into an elegant waterfall.
The polished-chrome faucet with white ceramic handles adds to the antique feel of the tub. Designer Randall Waddell says, "The reflective elements of the space bring the subdued overall tone of the bathroom to life."
Contractor-grade bathroom vanities can be easily dressed up with minimal cost by replacing faucets. Prior to this update of this boy's bathroom, the black marble vanity featured a dated plastic faucet. In its new state, the vanity is equipped with a classic faucet featuring an updated farmhouse style. Before searching for a new vanity faucet, always be sure to look underneath to see how many holes are drilled into the countertop. When you arrive to the home improvement store, you'll notice that vanities are sold in single-, double- and triple-hole styles, all made to fit quickly and effectively to an existing countertop.