Installing the correct faucet is particularly important when choosing a vessel sink for your bathroom remodel.
Vessel sinks (PHOTOS), or free-standing sinks can become a sculptural centerpiece in your bath or powder room and feature a distinctive look of bathroom sinks that rise above the rest. They can support period or vintage decor or cottage style bathroom design because they can be installed on top of a bathroom vanity, piece of furniture or even mounted on the wall. Vessel sinks complement a vintage bath and tub bathroom design. Vessel sinks also require a different counter height than most traditional bathroom sinks. Choosing a vessel sink can impact the placement of pipes, so make sure to take that into account when you plan your plumbing. Most vessel sinks have no faucet holes therefore require a wall- or counter-mount faucet. Faucet colors choices include black, brass, bronze, chrome, copper, gold, nickel, and stainless steel. The finish of most bathroom faucets are available in matte, brushed or polished, antique or pearl.
Moen Method lavatory faucets are flow-optimized and allow water to flow at 1.5 gallons per minute, versus traditional aerators that flow at 2.2 gpm. This provides consumers the sensational water experience they are accustomed to, while reducing water usage by up to 32 percent. Available in Chrome or Life Shine Brushed Nickel finishes, Method faucets make a modern statement at the sink in both a single-handle, single-hole mount with optional vessel extension to accommodate vessel sink applications; as well as a two-handle widespread platform.