2020 trends in the kitchen remodeling: Moving away from the open concept
In any bathroom remodel, the faucets are the most important part. Available in many different arrays of shapes, colors and finishes for the taste of everyone.
Before start thinking about bathroom faucets for your bathroom remodeling, you have to consider a few factors, like if you’re using an existing sink or buying a brand new one and where are the faucet opens up. You also have to take into consideration what features you want, as well as what is budget allows you to spend on faucets. Another thing to think of is the size of your bathroom and what kind of faucets are typically used in similar homes in your neighborhood.
If you’re thinking of a new faucet to be installed on an existing sink or buying a complete sink ensemble, make sure to match the type of faucet to the hole predrilled already in your sink.
In their afford to bring new products to market, fixture companies like Kohler, Delta, Moen and etc have created so many different finishes to help you during your kitchen or bathroom remodel. Thanks to modern clear-coat sealers, even the cheaper faucets can offer lifetime warranties for their products.
You’ll have to choose from different types of options that include polished chrome (the long-standing industry winner), brushed chrome, polished nickel, brushed nickel, hammered nickel, stainless steel, bronze, brushed bronze, oil-rubbed bronze, polished brass, black, white and decorative ceramic finishing.
Let’s not forget gold, which today might be considered an investment.
If all the choices give you a headache of how to pick the best one, try this decision-making advice:
- Forget the metal type and concentrate on how it looks. Visit a closest showroom where you can find all finishes and select the one you really like how it looks.
- Make sure all of your finishes are the same in each bathroom including towel bars, light fixtures if there is any metal on them and door handles.
- Polished finishes has a great appearance but require constant cleaning to keep them looking shiny.
- Brushed nickels are better by absorbing water spots and fingerprints, which is great if you have a few kids.
Here are some latest trends from the leading companies worldwide.
In the entire US, with the market moving away from rational styles and going more toward contemporary finishes,” Graff is one of the leading companies if not the best in the world. They are offering what they call living finishes, they age with the time, and they are very popular, with Brushed Brass being the most chosen one, along with Gunmetal and Rose Gold.
Another trend is point of use faucets
Home owners start to show interest in eco-friendly design and technology – like in particular Franke StillPure system, which measures the water usage and filter lifespan through an app that connects with users’ phones. The Franke 3-in-1 faucet delivers hot water, cold water and distilled water as well to make sure that you have clean water when you need it for cooking, prepping or washing veggies.
I hope the article was helpful and some of the ideas above can be used in your next home renovation project