10 Swanky Faucets to Check Out for a Bath Remodel

black wall-mount faucet with cross handles
credit: Studio McGee

Planning a bathroom renovation? Before you pull out the sledgehammer and start demolishing everything in sight, consider the impact of smaller changes. The right fixtures, for example, can elevate the ambiance from blah to beautiful. Take a peek at these 10 stylish faucets to inspire your new spa sanctuary.

brass faucet
credit: Becki Owens

We can't get enough of this contemporary, coastal half-bath by interior designer Becki Owens. The combination of white subway tile, with Carrara marble countertop, and a driftwood-esque oak vanity keeps this powder room feeling light and breezy. The deck-mount, gooseneck faucet in a brass finish infuses warmth and panache as black accents up the edge factor.

This clean, minimal oasis by blogger Sarah Sherman Samuel hits the mark on serenity. The wall-mounted, brushed bronze faucet with cross handles, wall sconces, and round mirror seem as though they're floating above the custom vanity — thus contributing to the bright and airy effect.

Rather than utilizing an array of vivid hues, Kyla from the blog House of Hipsters achieves this refined take on tropical by sticking to black and white. Wood and jute elements add an earthy quality, while white subway tile and matching pedestal sink balance darker design choices — like the gray palm frond wallpaper, black penny tile, and a chic matte-black, single handle faucet.

This guest bath redux by blogger Emily Henderson honors the original with a covetable combo of graphic cement tiles, an aged brass wall-mount faucet, a vintage vanity, a vessel sink, and a few pieces of art amp up this restroom's charming personality.

Take a cue from Jenny, the woman behind the blog Little Green Notebook, and tie your newly remodeled bath together by replacing old faucets with a pair of fabulous polished chrome gooseneck spigots with cross handles, and some vibrant fresh blooms.

Vintage vibes are front and center in this early-1900s townhouse, and its character-filled bathroom is certainly no exception. The traditional clawfoot tub, pocket doors, and antique brass deck-mount faucet ooze historic charm. Meanwhile, modern touches like patterned tile, Turkish towels, and a pedestal sink bring the aesthetic into the 21st century.

two handle faucet in champagne bronze
credit: Bre Purposed

Bre from the blog Bre Purposed converted a midcentury credenza (from Craigslist!) into a stunning bathroom vanity by installing a white vessel sink and a deck-mount gooseneck faucet with a champagne bronze finish. A round mirror, geometric tile, and a massive Kilim rug round out this master en-suite redeux.

Widespread Two Handle Bathroom Faucet in Champagne Bronze
credit: Copy Cat Chic

This small bathroom reno by Reichel from the blog Copy Cat Chic exudes a bit of boho flair and old-school glamour, thanks in part to the two-handle faucet with low-arc spout in a champagne bronze finish. Complemented by a gorgeous pedestal sink and other brass fixtures — like the towel ring and framed vanity mirror — this little loo strikes an elegant balance.

black wall-mount faucet with cross handles
credit: Studio McGee

Interior design firm Studio McGee knocked this mountain retreat's master bath out of the park with a floating vanity, marble countertop, and a sleek wall-mount faucet in matte-black with cross handles.

The blush quartz vanity cabinet may be the star, but the entire ensemble designed by the ladies behind the blog A Beautiful Mess is pretty darn flawless. From the brass finish gooseneck faucet with a single handle to the hex-shaped knobs, wall sconces, and art print, this guest bath upgrade is total #goals!

Lindsay Cohn

Lindsay Cohn

​Lindsay Cohn is a freelance writer with a penchant for design and travel. Follow her on Instagram @​lindsay_cohn.