Trendy taps for snazzy spaces.
Like a piece of jewellery, taps add the finishing touch to a bathroom or kitchen. On-trend brass taps add some welcome shine to pared-down concrete bathrooms, or give extra punch to timeless marble bathrooms. They’re not out of place in kitchens either, as this cool new kitchen brand proves. Brass taps offer a cool contrast to modern concrete workshops, and add warmth to minimalist white kitchens. But it’s not all about brass – industrial style, factory-inspired faucets are making waves in both kitchens and bathrooms, giving off cool and edgy vibes.
Here are 7 of the best taps to help put the perfect finishing touch on your kitchen or bathroom.
1. TURNED ON
Blend US designer David Rockwell’s masculine aesthetic with the smooth lines of Italian manufacturer Gessi and the result is the Inciso brassware range. Delve in for solid brass industrial-style taps in finishes such as black, nickel and bronze.
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2. WAREHOUSE WASHROOM
There’s nothing like a scuffed brass finish and no-nonsense design to create the industrial look and Aston Matthews’ new Acme range, which includes everything from taps to shower fittings, delivers on both counts.
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3. RUSTIC BEAUTY
Less finish and a load more character is the name of the game at Quirky Interiors. Its latest finds include traditional, Deco-style and mixer taps in a so-aged-it’s-almost-black brass finish. So that’s how to do the rustic/industrial look like a true pro.
4. BRUSH IT OFF
How to do bathroom bronze without the bling? Make like Bagno Design and its Zanzibar line. Five of its brassware ranges now feature a matt, light-diffusing hue for glamour without the gleam.
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5. INDUSTRIAL STYLE
Cross the industrial look with a touch of the fireman’s truck and you get the Union range at Crosswater. Choose fittings in chrome or brushed nickel, with knurled detailing for a tough-luxe edge.
6. SMOOTH OPERATOR
Brass continues its quest for total household domination as Crosswater adds a golden, brushed finish to its MPRO range of taps and showerheads. A sleek Matt Black option also joins the line-up. Both colourways have 3D-feel, textured detailing option.
7. FACTORY WORKS
Turn on a Regulator tap by Waterworks and take a journey back in time. With its cog-like wheel handle, its design references early 20th-century industrial boiler room controls. Opt for the Nickel or Chrome finish if you’re of a more modern persuasion.