ISSUE 26  |  Latin American Style

10 Easy Pieces: Traditional Deck-Mounted Bath Faucets

June 30, 2010 10:15 AM

BY Janet Hall

Here's to tradition: Our picks for classic deck-mounted faucets (double handles, of course).

Above: Dornbracht Madison Widespread Three-Hole Mixer with a 5 3/8-inch projection; $1,107 in polished chrome at Quality Bath.

Above: Samuel Heath V214 Low Basin Filler in chrome (also available in nickel); $908 at Home and Stone.

Above: Hansgrohe Axor Montreux two-handled single-hole lavatory faucet; $423.50 at eFaucets.

Above: From Waterworks Studio (the new, more affordable line from Waterworks), the elegant Highgate Low-Profile Lavatory Faucet with white porcelain lever handles; $595 for chrome finish and $635 for nickel finish at Waterworks.

Above: Grohe Somerset Faucet in chrome (also available in nickel and oiled bronze); $344 at Every Faucet.

Above: Rohl Georgian-Era 14.5-Inch Lavatory Deck-Mounted Bridge Mixer; available in chrome, nickel, brass, or bronze; $1,287 at eFaucets.

Above: Kohler Pinstripe 8-Inch Widespread Chrome (other finishes available) faucet; $436 at Faucet.com.

Above: Easton Vintage Gooseneck Lavatory Faucet with Cross Handles; $1,055 in chrome finish (other finishes are available) at Waterworks.

Above: Rohl's Perrin & Rowe Collection 8-Inch Classic Spout Widespread Faucet in chrome (other options include bronze and nickel); $596.25 at eFaucets.

Above: For the purist, the Kohler Antique Two-Handle Pillar Tap K-153-3, 8-inch spread, polished chrome, 3.5-inch spouts; $522.34 at eFaucets.