Here Are 9 Reasons You Absolutely Need a Wall-Mounted Bathroom Faucet

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Ready to revamp your bathroom decor? We all know the choices are plentiful for tile, bathroom fixtures, and lighting. But when it comes to your sink area, choosing between a full-on bathroom vanity or keeping it simple with a small basin really comes down to how much space you have. And what of your faucet? You have to decide the finish (maybe matte black or solid brass), the styling, the functionality, and the type of installation. We especially like wall-mounted bathroom faucets because they create extra countertop space, and they work whether you have a snug washroom or a large one.


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Here are nine additional reasons we love the look.

1. A solid brass wall-mounted faucet will bring an eclectic bathroom together.

This cheerful pink washroom has the perfect bathroom vanity with modern wood cabinets and a bowl sink. But the major star is the solid brass finish of the wall-mounted faucet. The golden hue strikes just the right note with the warm and whimsical palette.


2. Faucets like these fix spatial limitations.

Whether your main bathroom is on the smaller side, or you're putting your wall-mounted faucet into a tiny powder room, a style like this will save space on your countertop or vanity. We love this single lever spout's rustic feel, and it perfectly complements the moody and minimal space.


3. A two handle faucet works with almost any style.

Whether you prefer midcentury modern or organic desert styling in your bathroom, a wall-mounted faucet can work with almost any aesthetic. Take, for instance, this handcrafted wooden sink with a solid brass faucet. The gold and natural wood tones blend together like a perfect sunset.


4. Contemporary chrome wall faucets can create a zen feel.

If you're working with a contemporary bathroom that needs a little style elevation, a wall-mounted faucet can add the finishing touch. This bright and soothing space, with its brushed metal fixtures, looks just like a spa.


5. Even smaller bathroom sink faucets pack a dramatic punch.

This metal sink, set against a forest green tile backsplash and a wood countertop, only needed the simplest of lavatory faucets. However each element combined creates a whole mood with just the right amount of wow.


6. A matte black faucet will add the perfect amount of depth to an all-white space.

Not into chrome or solid brass finishes for your faucet? That's okay. If you're going with an all-white look in your bathroom, bet on a black wall-mounted spout. It'll create depth. And a single handle option like this will look extra sleek to boot.


7. These faucets can be subtle and statement-making at the same time.

If your countertop needs ample space for all those lotions and potions, try mounting a single handle faucet onto a statement-making backsplash. It'll look stunning, and you can double your bathroom storage. Case in point: This gorgeous vanity that's a combination of rustic and refined. The pink tile, trough sink, and wood accents complement the black faucet perfectly.


8. Wall mount bathroom faucets with cross handles look perfect paired with a modern farmhouse aesthetic.

Chip and Joanna nailed the farmhouse bathroom look once again. And we love the smart and stylish way they installed chrome finished wall faucets over a rustic double vanity.

9. Wall-mounted single handle faucets give traditional a new twist.

This preppy bathroom styling from Chango & Co. features our favorite traditional trends (hello, black and white gingham) while still feeling cheeky and fresh (thanks to that chrome faucet). Moreover, the simple wall spout strikes the perfect combo of style and functionality but doesn't overwhelm the countertop.