9 Split Faucet Finish Combos That Say Wow
Choosing the right accents for a bathroom or kitchen makes all the difference in the final design. Faucets can elevate the look of a bathroom or kitchen, highlighting the overall design and creating a space you can be proud of.
But if you want to take your design to the next level, you should consider a split finish look. These two-toned, or two-material, looks can add visual interest to any room.
Gone are the days of plain tap designs and mono-color palettes. We’ve done some of the legwork for you and compiled these 9 gorgeous and trendy split faucet designs that say WOW!
1. The Mixed-Texture Mediterranean
If you are going for an ocean motif, there’s nothing that speaks to beaches and waves like white with brass mermaid detailing.
This look is one of the hottest designs going into 2020. Watermarks’ Lily faucet is elegant and understated, adding the perfect finishing touch to your own private oasis. Pair this with a clean white and turquoise bathroom decor, and you’re in for a fresh and relaxing experience.
Can’t you just hear the waves now? We can!
2. Pop of Color
This design draws inspiration from gate valves found in the mid-century apartment blocks of Brooklyn and creates an artistic, unique faucet fixture that is sure to become a conversation starter.
Adding a pop of color to create a split-faucet design can change what was once a function-only faucet into a statement piece. Try different combinations of split faucet designs with our faucet designer here.
3. Industrial Meets Natural
Hello, industrial meets natural! This unique split faucet design combination can take any bathroom space to the next level.
4. Soft Rose Elegance
This split faucet design is understated and elegant. The soft rose fixture combined with the clean look of marble creates a spa-like, relaxing contribution to any home. Pair with these zen ice stone taps to create a restful look in your bathroom, with a soft oasis touch.
So sit back, relax and enjoy this gorgeous combination!
5. Botanical Meets Dual Texture
This split faucet design adds understated elegance to any space in your home. The mixed textures featured in this matte black hardware with brushed gold detailing blend seamlessly with the dark countertop and bright wallpaper for a fresh, botanical feel to your bathroom.
Try mixing metals on your hardware to create versatility for any design idea.
6. Riverflow Rocks
Pictured above is a stone and gun metal combo that jumps right out of a retreat. Taking natural elements such as stone and introducing them in your space can make any home feel like a spa after a long day.
A sleek, waterfall faucet creates a clean look while the stone reminds you of the peacefulness of nature. So why wait until you have time to go on a retreat? Bring the retreat to you!
7. Focus Piece Combo
We love this wall-mounted look! Combining copper and marble is a trend that is exploding in 2020 and seems to have the stamina to last through the years. But what really makes this look is the statement bowl sink. Adding an artisanal feature can anchor a split faucet design and create a look that is simply stunning.
If this look with its polished copper and white marble with a color-pop sink feels too strong for you, instead, try pairing the split finish with a warm wood sink instead for an earthy feel. Honestly, there’s not much you can’t do with this faucet.
8. Parisian Elegance
This split finish faucet combo is a European dream, featuring a bright chrome finish paired with white hot and cold labels and vintage brass accents. Understated elegance doesn’t just belong beside the Eiffel Tower or a Parisian cafe — instead, it can be used to bring your own private travel experience into the comfort of your own home.
It’s the little details of this faucet that make it stand out in a simple, clean space. Create this look with satin brass, vintage copper or satin bronze highlights to bring understated elegance to any bathroom or kitchen.
9. Two-Tone Luxury
Don’t forget the versatility of polished chrome! This split faucet design pulls in a hint of copper and ties in the decor to create an elegant, understated room. Adding this touch of mixed metallic finish to traditional polished chrome brings it into the top trends of 2020. And we love it!
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When choosing faucet fixtures for your home, it’s the details that make all the difference. Careful consideration of texture, mixed-metals and trendy colors can really add a special touch to your space.
Having the freedom to mix and match from a selection of stylish and quality designs from reputable manufacturers can make a bathroom or kitchen renovation project exciting. With Watermark’s Split Faucet Configuration design system, you can see all your choices of style, combinations, metals, colors and designs.
Have questions? Contact us today; we’re always happy to help!