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This Affordable Swap Instantly Upgrades Your Bathroom (Even if You Rent)

Posted by Amy Siders on September 18, 2023 0 Comments

This Affordable Swap Instantly Upgrades Your Bathroom (Even if You Rent)

It's a total myth that you have to spend a lot to change the look of your space.

Not quite ready for a full bathroom re-model? 

Start with your bathroom faucet!

You might be dealing with something like this...

Or this...

Wouldn't it be SO much better if you could swap that out for THIS???

With the right fixture and a bit of know-how, you can replace your bathroom faucet for an instant upgrade. If a new faucet is the DIY project you never knew you needed, Waterhouse bath & kitchen studio can help with that!

First, you should know some basic tips for choosing the right faucet.

You'll need to determine whether your sink or countertop has one, two, or three holes.

That will help you understand which type of faucet to buy.

Here's what you'll need to check...

Do you have a single hole?

Or a 4-inch center set?  That's just a fancy way of saying three holes that are close together.

 

Or you might need an 8-inch widespread faucet.

Once you've figured out what kind of faucet you NEED, now it's time to figure out what style you WANT.

Waterhouse has an entire section of faucets at varying price points, ranging in style from modern and sleek to traditional. The more refined styles look great in bathrooms with a contemporary, minimal aesthetic, and the models with soft curves look amazing in bathrooms with a farmhouse or rustic look. And don't even get us STARTED on the number of finish choices...

Here’s how the Kohler RIFF collection can change your bathroom’s look in Matte Black:

Single-handle

Center set

Widespread

Or a more modern look? In Vibrant Brushed Moderne Brass, perhaps?

Kohler Taut Single-handle

Kohler Taut Center set

Kohler Taut Widespread

 

Need even MORE inspiration?

How about this?

Or this?

Or even this?

This weekend DIY project might seem daunting, but if you take it slow and read the directions, it’s super-easy!

And if you rent and are worried about your landlord making a fuss, simply keep the old faucet and reinstall it when you leave. Renting shouldn’t stand in the way of enjoying the bathroom you have always dreamed of. 

Even if it’s temporary.

Let Waterhouse help you make your home (and a rental CAN be your home) a Waterhouse.

 

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