Interior’s Plumbing Fixtures
Before you purchase a bathroom or kitchen sink fixture, think about how your bathroom or kitchen will be used and by whom. Consider what you like and don’t like about your current fixture. Does it feel comfortable in your hand? Do you want the functionality of a fixture with one handle, or do you like the look of two? Finally, what type of finish works best with the rest of your room decor?
Make sure you choose a fixture that is compatible with your sink. First, determine whether the fixture will be mounted on the sink, the counter or the wall. For sink-mounted (also called “deck-mounted”) fixtures, count the number of hole drillings in the deck of the sink (one, three or none). Measure how far apart the holes are, then choose a faucet that is compatible. When measured from center to center, holes are usually 2 or 4 inches apart.
If you have not yet chosen a sink and the faucet is an important consideration, you can pick the faucet you want and look for a sink that fits the faucet. Faucets are available in single-hole, centerset, wall-mount or widespread styles.
If you’re unsure as to where to begin, just ask one of our professionals at Unrestricted Living. We will guide you every step of the way.