If you are going to go through the great effort and expense of re-designing or renovating your home bathroom, then you should do it right. By do it right, what I mean is you should not leave any stone un-turned and never cut any corners; instead you need to pay attention to every last, little bit of detail, no matter how insignificant it may seem at the time, it will all add to the eventual, completed master piece. You want to make sure that the end result is a bathroom that you are totally happy with and each fitting and decoration is just the way you want it to be, to make up the perfect bathroom suited to your taste & requirements (and of course your partners taste too if you have one).
Something that many people overlook in the case of bathroom renovations is the basin taps; the style and choosing between one mixer tap or two taps to give you the choice of hot or cold water. You may not be aware, but there are so many different styled of bathroom basin taps, so what might seem like a quick and simple decision can, in reality, turn into quite the ‘can of worms’. Will you have the taps fitted to the basin, or onto the vanity unit top, or perhaps you will have them fitted to the wall behind the vanity unit with the taps stretching out and over the basin. Will you go for old, antique styled taps or modern mono lever taps, fitted with a funky LED light, and will you choose a fountain styled tap or perhaps a traditional short and clean faucet? The choice is yours and you really are spoiled.
My advice is to go for a modern, contemporary designer tap and don’t hold back on the amount you will spend on it. Whatever you choose, it is certainly going to be relatively cheap compared to all the other fittings you are going to be putting into the new bathroom, so you should approach the task with a blind eye to the cost. You will be able to find some really cool, stylish modern fountain mixer taps with a chrome finish that will really complement the vanity & basin of your new bathroom.