Color Options: Choose Your Perfect Finishing Touch for the Bathroom

Are you building a new house or looking to breathe new life into your existing bathroom? If so, it's time to revamp your space with a splash of color and design that reflects your personality and style. We have made a selection of showers and faucets that fit perfectly for your kitchen and bathroom.

One of the questions our design consultants get asked the most when helping homeowners and renters plan a bathroom remodel is, “Can I mix colors and metal finishes, or do I have to stick to one?” The short answer is: yes, you can absolutely mix those in your bathroom!

While choosing showers and faucets, it's important to start by considering your color palette. Think about the overall mood and atmosphere you want to create in your bathroom. Are you aiming for a serene and calming space? Or do you prefer a bold and energetic vibe? Do you want a more modern or vintage atmosphere?

Understanding the desired ambiance will help guide your color choices. Consider colors that complement or contrast with existing elements in your bathroom, such as tiles, countertops, or fixtures.

Choose your favorite finish and find the faucet that suits your style! If needed, we will help you with any questions. And by the way, if you have some specific color or coating in mind, let us know and we'll check the opportunity to make it for you.

Chrome is Glassy Like a Mirror

It is one of the most popular finishes for bathroom fixtures and modern kitchen taps due to its high-gloss reflective finish that can create an elegant & clean look in any room. It matches well with all colors making it extremely versatile. It is suitable for both modern and contemporary home designs. The benefits of selecting chrome as your tap color are its durability, easy cleaning, and sleek appearance.

Brushed Nickel has a Subtle Soft Finish

Increasingly, homeowners are gravitating toward Brushed Nickel to give their spaces a more rustic hand-crafted appeal. This finish also hides water spots and fingerprints well, so you don't have to worry about smudges and spots showing up, making it perfect for bathroom fixtures. Brushed nickel finishes are soft. The material is brushed, meaning it has a semi-satin finish and isn't super shiny or matte. It looks like stainless steel but is not as clean. The matching color palette includes all shades, from neutral to colorful and from warm to cool-toned shades. Remember this: brushed nickel is traditional and chrome is modern.

Brushed Gold - Brushed Gold - a Touch of Luxury and Sophistication

Unlike traditional chrome or stainless steel faucets, brushed gold offers a warm and inviting aesthetic that exudes timeless charm. One of the main advantages of brushed gold faucets is their versatility. They effortlessly complement various design styles, whether you prefer a modern contemporary look or a more traditional vintage-inspired atmosphere. The soft golden hue adds warmth and richness to any color scheme, making it easy to integrate into existing decor or use as a starting point for an entirely new bathroom design.

Oil-Rubbed Bronze Adds Sophistication and Charm

ORB color faucets have been gaining popularity in recent years due to their unique ability to blend seamlessly with various design styles. Whether you prefer a rustic farmhouse look or a modern industrial aesthetic, these faucets effortlessly complement any setting. The allure of oil rubbed bronze lies in its rich and warm tone. The dark brown hue with subtle hints of copper adds depth and character to your space. Unlike other finishes that may fade or lose their luster over time, Oil-Rubbed Bronze maintains its beauty for years without requiring constant maintenance.

Matte Black Adds Drama - An Elegant Color That Never Goes Out of Style

Matte Black is a versatile finish that works well with almost any design style, whether your space is modern and edgy or warm and Boho! It’s unexpected but fun—a trendy way to add texture and dimension to any space while still keeping it otherwise neutral. Matte black can be used to elevate a space: It’s a classic finish that brings a clean feel to spaces and works well with a variety of color palettes and mixed metals. It’s also extremely practical as it hides smudges and watermarks well, making it a great finish for high-traffic areas.