There are many types of bathroom vanity faucets to choose from. You can choose from single handle faucets, which allow you to adjust the water volume and temperature easily. These faucets are perfect for sinks with single drill holes, although some single handle faucets can fit 3-hole sinks with a deckplate.

Dyconn Faucet

With its stunning finish and simple structure, a Dyconn bathroom vessel faucet is a simple yet sophisticated way to update your bathroom. It complements any decorating style and gives your bathroom a luxurious feel. Its sleek lines, curved spout, and lever handle make it a perfect choice for any sink or vanity in your bathroom.

The rogue oil-rubbed bronze bathroom faucet features an elongated spout that adds a touch of luxury to any bathroom. Pair it with a marble or colored glass vessel sink to create an elegant, yet comfortable feel. The central lever allows you to easily adjust water temperature and flow.

Wall-mounted lavatory faucet

Featuring a minimalist design, this single handle wall-mounted lavatory faucet blends beautifully with contemporary bathrooms. The simple, single-handle operation is easy to use, and the ceramic-disc cartridge ensures long-lasting performance. This faucet also includes an in-line waste filtration system to help reduce water consumption.

These faucets range in price from $50 to $500. While price ranges are not the only consideration when choosing a single handle lavatory faucet, you should also consider the type of finish you'd like. The Oukaning 10549, for example, is made of corrosion-resistant stainless steel and has a stylish single-handle design. It also has a wide spout and delivers 1.2 gallons per minute. It is also one of the least expensive wall mounts available. Alternatively, you might consider an all-brass double handle wall-mount lavatory faucet from Toolkiss.

Another benefit of a wall-mounted lavatory faucet is its space-saving properties. They free up valuable counter space. You can install a wall-mounted faucet without the need to remove the sink or countertop. However, you must carefully measure the height of the faucet before installing it.

Centerset faucet

Centerset faucets are one of the most common types of faucet installation. Their versatile design makes them suitable for all sizes of bathrooms. Most centerset faucets feature both handles and a spout that are mounted as a single unit. They also usually feature individual controls for hot and cold water.

Centerset faucets are generally 4-inches wide and feature three holes. Two of these holes are used to access the water supply while the third is used to control water pressure. The three holes are spaced four inches apart and are joined together with a single, large spout. Centerset faucets are easy to install and are also more compact than widespread faucets. They are also suitable for small bathrooms. Installation time is usually less, making them popular among DIYers.

While choosing a faucet, take care to choose one that complements the sink and the vanity. The spout should be high enough to reach the center of the sink basin. The faucet should also fit properly on the vanity and deck. If not, it may cause a splashy mess.