Shape and Style
When choosing a tap style, shape is usually the first consideration. Whether curvy and traditional or angular and modern, designs can be found to suit every taste. Here, Kohler’s Revival collection boasts scroll lever handles and a silhouette of smoothly rounded details.
Having settled on a shape for the tap, you must next decide on a finish. While polished chrome and brass are perennial favorites, the old standbys are now sold alongside luxury finishes, such as brushed nickel and champagne bronze, shown here.
Among the innovations in taps today is touch technology, which uses motion sensing to automatically turn water on and off—a plus for families with young children who tend to leave the tap running!
Eco-conscious homeowners may seek out a specialized low-flow bathroom tap, some of which feature a luxurious “waterfall” effect, like this one by Sumerain. Saving the environment never looked so good!
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