We choose bathroom faucets

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  1. A bathroom faucet supplies water and regulates its temperature and flow.
  2. Bathroom faucets are used for a sink, bathtub, bidet or shower.
  3. You can choose from surface-mounted, concealed, free-standing, corner, two-handle, single-lever, touch, thermostatic, tub/shower, coil, bidet and return spout faucets.
  4. When choosing a bathroom faucet, pay attention to its size, style, material, installation, handles, additional features, price, warranty and bathroom configuration.
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      Bathroomfaucets are not only an indispensable tool to facilitate personal hygiene, but also an element that can significantly affect the aesthetics and functionality of the bathroom. Currently, the bathroom faucet market offers an extremely wide range of models, from classic single-lever faucets to high-tech faucets with sensors.

      Bateria łazienkowa odpowiada za dostarczanie wodę oraz reguluje jej temperaturę i przepływ

      The bathroom faucet is responsible for supplying water and regulating its temperature and flow

      © Ferro

      Bathroom faucet - a guide

      What is a bathroom faucet?

      A bathroom faucet is a device used to supply water to a sink, bathtub, bidet or shower and regulate its temperature and flow. Bathroom faucets are an integral part of any bathroom and are used daily to perform many hygienic activities, such as washing hands and teeth, bathing or showering.

      Where to buy a bathroom faucet?

      When choosing a bathroom faucet, it is worth paying attention to reputable brands that are famous for producing durable and reliable products. One such company is Ferro. It is also worth checking the offer of Geberit and Kludi. The full list of manufacturers we recommend can be found in the search engine of the portal Home Products under the keyword "bathroom faucet".

      Baterie łazienkowe stosuje się do umywalki, wanny, bidetu lub prysznica

      Bathroom faucets are used for a sink, bathtub, bidet or shower

      © VALVEX

      Types of bathroom faucets

      Surface-mounted faucet (wall-mounted faucet).

      This type of faucet is mounted on the wall above the sink, bathtub or bidet. It has a spout tube that can be adjusted. It is available in different spout lengths. A surface-mounted faucet can be single or double lever.

      Concealed faucet

      It is mounted inside the wall, and only its ends (handles and spout) are visible. A concealed faucet creates a more minimalist look. However, it requires special mounting and construction in the wall.

      Freestanding faucet

      Such a faucet is mounted on the floor and is not attached to either the wall or the sink. It is most often used with free-standing bathtubs. It is characterized by an elegant and modern design.

      Corner faucet

      It is usually mounted on the wall in the corner of the bathroom. It works well in bathrooms with limited space.

      Two-handle faucet

      It has two separate handles or knobs. One is responsible for regulating hot water, and the other is designed to regulate cold water. This allows for precise temperature control.

      Single-lever faucet

      It has a single handle or lever that allows you to regulate both the temperature and the flow of water. This type of faucet is very popular because of its convenience of operation.

      Touch faucet

      It is activated by bringing your hands close to the sensor. It works on the principle of a motion sensor, which helps to save water.

      Thermostatic faucet

      This type of faucet has a built-in thermostat that maintains a constant water temperature, regardless of changes in pressure or temperature in the water source. It helps avoid sudden temperature changes and is especially safe for children and the elderly.

      Bathtub/shower faucet

      It has both a spout for filling the bathtub and a shower hose. It allows you to conveniently use both the bathtub and the shower.

      Faucet with coil

      Has a coil that can be pulled out and extended, making it easier, for example, to wash your hair.

      Faucet for bidet

      Specially designed faucet for bidet, which allows you to control the flow of water.

      Faucet with a turning spout

      It has a spout that can be turned in different directions, which allows you to precisely direct the flow of water.

      Baterie łazienkowe są elementem, który wpływa na estetykę i funkcjonalność łazienki

      Bathroom faucets are an element that affects the aesthetics and functionality of the bathroom

      © KLUDI

      What to pay attention to when choosing a bathroom faucet?

      Bathroom size and configuration

      Consider the size of your bathroom and where you intend to install the faucet. Make sure the model you choose fits the available space and is compatible with your sink, bathtub, bidet or shower.


      Choose a faucet that matches the style of your bathroom. You can choose from a variety of models, from classic to modern, minimalist, retro, etc. Make sure that the design of the faucet blends in with the rest of your bathroom decor.


      Bathroom faucets can be made of different materials, such as chrome-plated stainless steel, brass, or plastic. It's a good idea to choose a material that is corrosion-resistant and easy to clean.

      Mounting type

      Bathroom faucets can be mounted on sinks, bathtubs, bidets or walls. Make sure the model you choose is suitable for your specific application and mounting location.

      Types of handles

      Bathroom faucets can have traditional knobs, levers or sensors. Choose the one that is most convenient and practical for you.

      Additional features

      Consider buying faucets with additional features, such as a temperature regulator, water saver, or anti-limescale features for easy cleaning.


      Determine your budget before you go shopping. Remember that the price of a faucet can vary depending on the brand, quality and additional features.


      Check whether the faucet is covered by a manufacturer's warranty, which will give you peace of mind that you will have the option to repair or replace it if it fails or has problems.

      Do wyboru mamy baterie natynkowe, podtynkowe, wolnostojące, narożne, dwuuchwytowe, jednouchwytowe, dotykowe, termostatyczne, wanno-prysznicowe, z wężownicą, do bidetu oraz z wylewką zwrotną

      Choose from surface-mounted, concealed, free-standing, corner, two-handle, single-lever, touch, thermostatic, tub/shower, coil, bidet and return spout faucets


      Where to place the faucet?


      First of all, the height of those using the shower should be taken into account. It is best to place the faucet so that it is easily accessible to most users. The standard mounting height for a shower faucet is usually about 100-120 cm above the level of the shower floor. However, you can adjust this height to suit your needs.Make sure that the location of the faucet takes into account other components, such as heads, handset, shelves and handles. The faucet should be mounted high enough to allow free use of these items.


      The faucet can be mounted on the wall above the bathtub.In this case, the faucet can have one or two handles to regulate the temperature and water flow. Mounting on the wall allows free use of the bathtub and facilitates cleaning. Some bathtubs have special holes and places designed to mount the faucet directly on it. This solution may be more aesthetically pleasing and minimalist, but may require special faucets. If you have a freestanding tub, you may want to consider installing a freestanding faucet next to the tub. Such faucets often have long and elegant spouts that add to the beauty of the bathroom. In some cases, the faucet can be mounted on the floor next to the bathtub, with the spout reaching over the tub. This is an unusual solution, but one that will add a unique character to the bathroom.


      We encourage you to use the database of reputable and reliable manufacturers of bathroom equipment built by us in the portal Products for the Home, as well as articles published by us on bathroom equipment.

      Compiled by:KATARZYNA SZOSTAK