Unless you’re one of the (very) few people that plans their decor around a feature piece of brassware, it’s unlikely that buying bathroom faucets is going to be top of your to-do list. But that doesn’t mean it should be an afterthought – if anything, brassware should be a top priority when it comes to planning a bathroom. 

It’s easy to underestimate the hard work moving parts like shower fittings and faucets are required to put in on a daily basis. Choose something substandard in quality or just not suited to your space, and you will quickly regret it. Broken faucets can be costly to repair or replace – particularly if they are wall or floor mounted. That’s why, when you are conjuring up a list of bathroom ideas, it’s wise to allocate a substantial part of your thought and budget to your brassware.