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Sink Faucets

Posted by qwertyfreak (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 21, 10 at 21:53

We're remodeling a master bath and I really like those sink faucets with the cross bars (Grohe Geneva) over those with the single levers that swivel. My husband thinks the crossbars are going to be a real pain to turn on and off/ to mix hot and cold water, etc. Anyone have any experience with these? Should I sacrifice good looks for practicality?

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RE: Sink Faucets

Only opinion I can offer would be this: The faucets you are considering will be, like the kitchen-sink faucet, things that you will use every single day of your lives. Whatever the depth/length of your consideration of them is time well-spent. You'll be living with them for a loooong time.

My personal opinion is that practicality rules. Beauty doesn't last long when confronted with daily inconvenience.

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