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5 Favorites: The New Wave of Industrial-Looking Faucets

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5 Favorites: The New Wave of Industrial-Looking Faucets

September 20, 2016

Forget sleek and polished: Industrial-style faucets—the more nuts and bolts, the better—are on our wish lists these days. Inspired by the exposed-pipe hardware spotted in a Gloucestershire bathroom by theater designer Niki Turner, we sourced our favorite ready-to-install faucets. Get the look with our top five picks.

Copper Industrial Faucets in Niki Turner Bath

Above: The inspiration: Spotted in a bath in the English countryside, this copper wall-mounted faucet is striking against white walls and dark counters.Elan Vital Elevated Faucet by Watermark

Above: Brooklyn-based hardware company Watermark Designs is the leader in industrial-style plumbing fixtures. Their Elan Vital collection offers choices for bathroom and kitchen, including the Elan Elevated Widespread faucet, with handles marked “hot” and “cold.” (Contact a dealer for Watermark pricing information.)

Edison Single-Hole Faucet by Signature Hardware
Above: Signature Hardware’s Edison line includes this dual-handled kitchen faucet, available in black and red, brushed nickel, and four other finishes (from $229.95). The wheel-like handles are inspired by industrial steam pipes.Elan Vital Wall-Mount Faucet by WatermarkAbove: The Elan Vital Wall-Mounted Bridged Faucet, also part of Watermark Designs’ collection, makes a sculptural statement above a bathroom sink.

Edison Bridge Faucet by Signature Hardware

Above: The sturdy Edison Bridge Bathroom Faucet features ridged-edge handles; $229.95 from Signature Hardware.R.W. Atlas Low-Profile Faucet by Waterworks

Above: For a low-profile version of the look, try the R.W. Atlas Deck-Mounted Lavatory Faucet. It’s available in 13 finishes, including carbon and shiny copper, as part of Waterworks’ industrial-inspired R.W. Atlas collection; from $1,717.

Considering making your own? See Trend Alert: 10 DIY Faucets.

Finally, get more ideas on how to evaluate and choose your bathroom sink and faucet in our Remodeling 101 Guide: Bathroom Sinks & Faucets.

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