13 Taps to Adopt for a Bathroom
- 1 1 / The bathroom mixer
- 2 2 / The bathroom mixer
- 3 3 / The thermostatic bathroom mixer
- 4 4 / The infrared detector tap
- 5 5 / The wall-mounted tap
- 6 6 / The retro look tap
- 7 7 / The ultra design faucet
- 8 8 / The waterfall mixer
- 9 9 / The tap with a contemporary look
- 10 10 / The high spout tap
- 11 11 / The tap with low spout or medium spout
- 12 12 / The aerator
- 13 13 / The LED light tap
For a practical and stylish bathroom
When you build a new bathroom or replace an old faucet, you always wonder if you are going to choose a mixer or a mixer? And we’re not talking about style … Do we want a faucet with a designer look or rather retro? Here are 11 faucets as practical as they are stylish to adopt in your bathroom according to your tastes and desires.
1 / The bathroom mixer
The bathroom mixer is the classic faucet for yesterday’s bathrooms! Although it is found a little less in today’s water features, it is nonetheless practical! The temperature and the flow rate of the water are adjusted with each use using two handles (often) identified by a blue tablet (cold water) and a red tablet (hot water).
2 / The bathroom mixer
The bathroom mixer is a tap fitted with a single lever that is operated from bottom to top and from left to right to set the temperature and water flow with more or less precision. It is the type of tap that is found most in water features.
3 / The thermostatic bathroom mixer
The thermostatic bathroom mixer has the particularity to manage the flow and temperature of water precisely. It is equipped with two graduated handles which allow you to benefit from predefined settings for each use. Water-saving and easy to use, the thermostatic mixing valve is increasingly popular for showers , in particular.
4 / The infrared detector tap
The infrared sensor valve consists of a valve and an infrared sensor cell. The function of this cell is to detect movements (heat source) in its field of vision. Once the signal is sent, generally, in less than a second, the tap turns on. It is ultra trendy, but rather expensive!
5 / The wall-mounted tap
Whether mixer or mixer tap, the tap is built into one of the walls adjacent to the sink, shower or bathtub. The result is very aesthetic, but requires the ability to embed water in the wall. The advantage is that the tap does not clutter the edge of the sink and cie.
6 / The retro look tap
Do you want a vintage faucet ? This copper-plated tap with its cross-shaped handles is perfect!
7 / The ultra design faucet
Are you planning an ultra-designer bathroom? We opt for this ultra modern faucet with high chrome spout placed on a raised basin.
8 / The waterfall mixer
For a bathroom with a zen and natural atmosphere, we adopt without hesitation a waterfall mixer tap !
9 / The tap with a contemporary look
This gold-finish chrome faucet with a shiny finish will pimp the ultra-contemporary and sleek bathroom decor at a glance.
10 / The high spout tap
The high spout tap is practical for those who regularly wash the sink.
11 / The tap with low spout or medium spout
Conversely, the low spout or medium spout tap is more than enough for hand washing and regular tooth brushing.
12 / The aerator
The aerator, like the jet breaker and the water saver, is a tap that allows you to consume less water and save money on your bills. To use if there are many in your home!
13 / The LED light tap
The innovations in faucets continue to emerge … as valve with integrated LED ! These innovations also range from the side massage jet system to digital technology. Tactile mixers, integration of sound and steam modules… They are a pleasure for high-tech fans and spa lovers!