Let me back up a little and explain. Bathroom faucets come in single hole, centerset, and widespread assemblies. If you are keeping your existing sink, then you need to match up your faucet to fit the sink you already have, so that makes for fewer choices. If, however, you are starting fresh and replacing both bathroom faucet and sink, the sky is the limit, but you need to decide if the look and function of the faucet outweighs your choice in sinks.
There is a bathroom faucet finish to suit any taste. Traditionally polished chrome has been the most popular. While this gleaming finish can be attractive, it requires more upkeep because of water spotting. Brushed finishes such as brushed chrome or brushed nickel offer less gleam, but nevertheless are very attractive, stylish and far easier to keep up especially in a busy household. There are also many rubbed finishes that add to the styling and give more of a vintage look. Copper and even black faucets are now available.
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