June 30, 2016
Adding new hardware is the easiest way to create eye-catching appeal to your bathroom. With transitional and contemporary styles leading the way, many new bathroom sinks and faucets are far from ordinary. Take for instance this beautiful Mediterranean design sink and faucet that would be ideal in your Sater Design Collection home.
Finishes of oil-rubbed bronze and brushed nickel continue to be in high demand. Two 'new' metals for bathroom faucets, brass tones and warm copper, are coming back with modern and retro styling. The matte brass finish is my current favorite. This finish creates a warm contrast to a modern bath, especially against white tile, as shown below:
When it comes to bathroom sinks, there is no need to limit yourself to standard porcelain. Using natural materials such as stone, wood, and even concrete are trending this year. These materials add an earthy element to your design in addition to creating a unique showpiece for your home.
The shape of your bathroom sink is another option, such as the trough style shown above and the pedestal trough below in Sater Design’s “Belcourt” home plan. These extra-long sinks are styled to appeal to today’s consumers who are looking for a modern and space-saving alternative to two separate basins.
Some of today’s newest bathroom faucet designs complement the spa-like feel that homeowners crave. Pfister’s Jaida faucet is my choice for modern design and function, delivering water with a calming waterfall effect.
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