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Bath Faucets Guide

  1. Getting Started

  2. Installations

  3. Design

  4. Other Considerations

  • Bath Faucet Design

    Bathtub faucets are available in an array of design styles, finishes and configurations with a range of handle options. As you choose your handles, you may want to consider ease of use for children or individuals who may have difficulty turning a handle. Along with function, think about how the style of your faucet coordinates with the design of the fixture and overall style of the space.

  • Bath Faucet Design

    Lever Handles Bath Faucets

    Straight lever handles are the most common type of handle and a great choice for environments that accommodate people of varying abilities. 

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  • Bath Faucet Design

    Cross Handle Bath Faucets

    Handles that feature a wheel-shaped cross are typically featured on two-handle faucets. These spoked handles are particularly easy to use with wet hands.

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  • Bath Faucet Design

    Oval Handle Bath Faucets

    Oval-shaped handles are featured on both single- and two-handle faucets. The oval handles are much like knobs and turn easily in the palm of your hand. 

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  • Number of Handles

    Number of Handles

    Two-Handle Bath Faucets

    Two-handle faucets have one handle for hot water and one for cold.

  • Number of Handles

    Number of Handles

    Two-Handle Bath Faucets

    Two-handle faucets have one handle for hot water and one for cold.

  • Finishes

    Finishes

    Keep in mind that the finish you choose for your faucet will help to establish the mood of your space. Your choice of warm or cool hues and brushed or polished surfaces will begin to shape your design. Bath faucets are available in a wide range of finishes that coordinate with sink faucets and accessories. 

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