How to choose a new bathroom faucet: 1. Consider the silhouette and finish that works best with your bathroom's existing setup (curvy or sleek, chrome or gold). 2. Think through how much use the new faucet is likely to receive. Remember: a more decorative style better suits a powder room. 3. Know your budget before your begin your search. 4. Take a picture of the sink and write down its dimensions before you shop.
Out With The Old: White Paint. In With The New: Shades Of Gray - Say sayonara to all the white. While it's still an incredibly popular choice for bathroom colors (along with blue and beige), the National Kitchen and Bath Association also found it to be the fastest-growing shade for the bathroom.
Gray walls highlight a gray barn door on black rails leading to an en suit bathroom featuring a gray washstand accented with polished nickel hardware and topped with a white marble countertop fitted with an oval sink and a polished nickel antique hook and spoiut faucet positioned under a white arched mirror lit by a Bryant sconce illuminating wood like tiled floors and light gray bathroom walls.