Updated March 21, 2020 by Samuel Moyle

The 10 Best Bathroom Faucets

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This wiki has been updated 3 times since it was first published in March of 2020. No bathroom is complete without a sink, and every sink needs a faucet. Whether your bathroom has a vintage look, takes a minimalist approach, or falls somewhere else on the decorative spectrum, these models will help facilitate everyday hygiene. No matter which you choose, please consider consulting a professional for installation, as plumbing takes knowledge and experience. When users buy our independently chosen editorial recommendations, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best bathroom faucet on Amazon.

10. Greenspring Single Handle

9. Delta Modern

8. Pfister Jaida

7. BWE Waterfall

6. Delta Widespread

5. Derengge Two Handle

4. Parlos Deck Mounted

3. Moen Eva

2. Kohler Devonshire Series

1. Delta Lahara

Special Honors

Watermark This Brooklyn based company has a range of interesting designs if you've got some money to burn. While they do not currently sell their products online, they do have a convenient Dealer Locator feature built into their website that will help you find the nearest distributor. watermark-designs.com

Faucet Warehouse If you're looking for well known name brands at premium prices, this purveyor takes a large collection of expensive designs and places them in a more reasonable range. faucet-warehouse.com

Editor's Notes

March 19, 2020:

While we advise you to get a plumber involved, if you do install your own faucet, make sure you have everything you need in place before removing the old one. This will necessarily include the right tools for the job, but you might also consider having towels or even a tiny pump on hand in case there’s any water spillage. Similarly, some of the pipe threads your working with might be sharp and/or rusty, so be sure you’re up to date on your tetanus shots, and have a first aid kit on hand to deal with any sliced fingers.

Several factors were taken into consideration when it came to populating this list. After choosing the most reliable and durable faucets, both affordability and aesthetic versatility come into play. What good are any of the so-called best designs if they are too niche for the average remodeler? What you will find above are affordable faucets that each come in multiple makes and finishes sure to complement many bathrooms and therefore please as many people as possible.

When choosing a faucet, it’s good to consider your needs and buy something suitably durable if you don’t want to find yourself having to replace the hardware anytime in the near future. If you’re buying something for a commercial setting like a restaurant bathroom or an office kitchen, you’re likely to have higher volume and rougher use, so think about choosing a model that can take some punches and has replacement parts like handles available. On the other hand, if you’re shopping for your own residence, start monitoring your bathroom rituals now to decide what’s best. How low or high do you want the spigot to be in relation to your basin? For instance, do you want to be able to fit a glass under the spout for filling? How many entry holes do you have on your counter or sink, how wide are they, and how far apart? How many gallons per minute of flow do you need or want? Are there any laws in your area regarding water usage? Do you have water conditions that require you regularly clean your faucet of mineral buildup? While peripheral accessories such as water softeners can help mitigate minerals, you should still think ahead. A faucet is much more than its outward appearance and should be chosen accordingly.

It should be noted that the Parlos Deck Mounted is available in more finishes, but those offerings aren’t combined, so you might have to do some digging to find them. Single-hole faucets such as the Delta Modern, Pfister Jaida, BWE Waterfall, and Greenspring Single Handle see some preference since they take up little space and can be installed anywhere any other faucet might go. 4-inch centersets such as the Delta Lahara and Derengge Two Handle still seem to be the most common size available and sought after, but some widespread designs such as the Delta Widespread should be able to fit in the same slots.

Samuel Moyle
Last updated on March 21, 2020 by Samuel Moyle

Samuel Johnson Moyle is a writer residing in Portland, Oregon, with his artist wife and two jobless cats. In addition to researching for Ezvid Wiki, he assists students in Portland State University’s writing center, teaches college courses such as 222 Research Writing and 323 Writing as a Critical Inquiry, and does every front-of-house job imaginable at Portland’s most popular restaurant, where he has worked for over ten years. He earned his bachelor and TESOL certification at Portland State before heading to Tokyo to teach ESL and later returned to his alma mater to earn his master’s in English as a fully funded graduate assistant. His range of job and life experiences grant him expertise in categories including camping, outdoors, pets, furniture, and more.

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