The 10 Best Bathroom Hardware Sets

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This wiki has been updated 11 times since it was first published in April of 2020. A well-thought-out hardware set will add that final touch to your newly remodeled bathroom or washroom, and can even be added to an existing suite to give it a fresh look. All of these selections are comprised of the basics, such as toilet paper holders and towel bars, with some featuring interesting extras. They are available in a range of styles and finishes to complement your decor. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.

1. Grohe Essentials Cube Master

2. Globe Electric Parker

3. Tonial Bath Hardware

Editor's Notes

April 10, 2020:

If you are planning a full remodel of your bathroom, or just looking to freshen it up, then a coordinating set of accessories is an important, if not essential consideration. Most kits on the market nowadays will contain the essentials, with many including some worthy additions, such as soap dispensers, robe hooks and even light fittings. They also come in a variety of finishes to complement your fixtures and fittings.

The size of your bathroom will often dictate whether you need those extra items. For larger rooms, the Globe Electric Parker, the Tonial Bath Hardware, and the JQK 5 Piece have a good range of accessories and suit a variety of styles. The Grohe Essentials Cube Master, the Tnoms 4 piece, the Esow SUS304, and the Grohe 40846001 are more compact and may be preferred in a washroom or powder room. If you are looking for a particular finish, then the AmazonBasics Accessories Set, the Franklin Brass Kinla and the Wholesale Plumbing 4 piece are available in several different colors and metals.

4. JQK 5 Piece

5. Tnoms 4 piece

6. Esow SUS304

7. AmazonBasics Accessories Set

8. Franklin Brass Kinla

9. Grohe 40846001

10. Wholesale Plumbing 4 piece

Christopher Thomas
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