Waterfall faucets are showing up in more and more bathroom remodels, and I love this new trend. These unique and soothing faucets are wonderful way to add some beauty and serenity to your home.
What is a Waterfall Faucet?
Traditional faucets push water out of an aerated hole, resulting in a somewhat unnatural motion of the water. A waterfall faucet is a fixture that is designed to replicate the motion of falling water. These faucets are designed to make the water flow naturally, which is both soothing to the eyes and to the ears. If you would like to create a relaxing, spa-like atmosphere in your bathroom, waterfall faucets are the way to go.
Will a Waterfall Faucet Work in Your Bathroom?
Since the waterfall faucet is a relatively new innovation in bathroom fixtures, many designs skew to a modern aesthetic. This wall mounted waterfall faucet from KES is sleek and minimal. This type of faucet would look beautiful in a streamlined, contemporary bathroom like this one.
A more traditional style bathroom can still make use of the waterfall faucet trend. The rustic bronze finish of this faucet from Pfister brings a touch of traditional design to the modern waterfall faucet. Bathrooms with traditional design elements could easily incorporate this look.
Waterfall faucets can find a home in global bathroom designs too with this faucet from Koehler. The ceramic faucet is embellished with a gorgeous pattern inspired by Moorish designs in Marrakech. I have a gorgeous Spanish style lease in Pacific Palisades where this look would fit right in.
Are Waterfall Faucets Just for Sinks?
Not at all! Wall mounted waterfall bath fillers are perfect for days when you want a peaceful soak in the tub. Watch this lovely faucet from Isenberg in action.
Waterfall shower heads are becoming popular as well. Instead of dividing the flow of water into rain-like drops like a rainfall shower head, the water from a waterfall shower head comes out in one wide stream. It’s the closest you will get to bathing under a real waterfall in your own home!
I am really loving this latest home trend. What do you think? Such a fun way to add a bit more design and create a more serene space!
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