When you’re ready to press the restart button on the sink and faucet in your kitchen or bathroom, you’re not limited to the mix-and-match types. Forward-thinking manufacturers Kraus and Vigo have made the brilliant connection and coupled these two plumbing essentials for both the bathroom and kitchen.
Your vessel sink
is the focal point of your bathroom and envy of your guests. But it’s not just the sink that has people talking—it’s also the bathroom faucet
that’s paired up with it that has created such a buzz. And if it appears the bathroom faucet and vessel sink were designed to come together perfectly, it’s not your imagination—they are.
Vessel sinks sit right on the countertop (which takes up a little extra room) and are intended to make a design statement. Single-hole and single-handle bathroom faucets, selected because of their sleek and straightforward nature, augment these artistically functional basins. Put them together and you have a memorable combination.
In the kitchen, combine a gorgeous faucet with a stainless steel sink. Stainless steel sinks are commercial quality, they won’t stain, rust or corrode very easily, and they’re 100 percent recyclable. The kitchen faucets
are available with a number of different options, as well, like pullout sprays, ADA compliant lever handles, soap dispenser, and bottom grids.
It’s certainly possible to have one of these without the other (vessel or stainless steel sinks and single-handle faucets can definitely stand independently of the other), but when they’re so readily and artistically made for one another, why do it any other way?