I can’t tell you how good it feels to be crossing projects off our to-do list!
I love remodeling and making-over and renovating but there comes a point when you need to stop working in your space and start living in your space.
Last week I shared our newly renovated bathroom….
Today I get to talk faucet details with you.
A while back…a LONG while back… Pfister faucets gave us the opportunity to review one of their faucets.
We selected the Park Avenue faucet in brushed nickel.
I normally go for a polished metal on our hardware because I love the sparkle it adds to a room. I’ve heard Brushed metal doesn’t show finger prints as noticeably and seeing as how this is a basement bathroom which doesn’t get as much cleaning attention as the upstairs I decided to give it a try. I didn’t like it right away when it was first installed but now that I’ve lived with it, it’s really grown on me. It’s true, brushed metal hides fingerprints much better than a polished metal.
The other thing I like is it’s easy to use. The lever moves really effortlessly. The single, center-set mount was a really good choice. One of my pet peeves is hard water buildup around the base of the faucet. Having one base instead of three has saved a tab bit of my bathroom sanity. Plus it frees up more counter space.
I wish I had something negative to say about so it looked more like I was giving it a really hard review but seriously, it’s a darn good faucet. (I know a good faucet when I use one because I have two others in my other bathrooms from a different company that I’d like to replace). Kudos Pfister!
*I received this faucet to review. All thoughts and opinions are 100% my own.*