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When redoing a bathroom, updating the hardware for your sinks and tubs is often an important component. ATG Stores offers a wide selection of bathroom faucets to meet your bathroom hardware needs.

Choosing a bathroom faucet can be a complicated process. The first thing to consider when purchasing a new faucet is how the faucet will be mounted. This will significantly narrow down your options to faucets that will work with your bathroom sink. If your sink is pre-drilled and only has one hole, you will need to find a single-hole faucet for your bathroom. Center-set faucets are among the most popular and affordable for sinks, and combine the handles and spout on a base unit.

If you are looking to make a statement with your sink design, you may want to consider a wall-mounted or standing faucet. These faucets are bold choices that may take a little bit more effort to install. However, the stylish effect that their shapes create can become a focal point of the bathroom. Another stylish option is a waterfall faucet, which will bring an upscale, contemporary look to any bathroom. Vessel sinks are great to pair any of these faucet types with.

Another thing to consider while choosing a faucet is the other hardware that will be installed in the bathroom. If you’re updating a full bathroom, you may want to consider buying a similarly shaped faucet for both the sink and tub. No matter how large or small your bathroom is, make sure the faucet you buy is the same finish as any cabinet or door hardware.

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