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Bathroom Sink Faucets, Shower Faucets, Body Sprayers, and Tub Faucets

Widespread, Centerset & Single-Hole Sink Faucets

The easiest and most cost-effective way to modernize your bathroom is to change your sink faucet and fixtures. Riverbend Home offers bathroom sink faucets from top brands, including Delta, Moen, Symmons, and American Standard. Browse our collections to find the finish, color, and style that fit your bathroom décor and your sink.

Types of Bathroom Sink Faucets

The three most common sink faucet styles are widespread, single-hole, and centerset. The type of faucet you choose depends on the number of pre-drilled holes in your bathroom sink. A one-hole configuration accommodates a single-hole faucet. Choose a centerset faucet for a sink with three holes spaced four or fewer inches apart. A widespread faucet is ideal for a large sink with pre-drilled holes six or more inches apart.

  • A single-hole sink faucet comes with one handle to control both the water volume and the temperature. With the balance of hot and cold water consolidated into a single-handle design, this type of faucet makes it easier to achieve the temperature you prefer.
  • A centerset sink fixture typically features separate handles for hot and cold water, so you can fine-tune the temperature and water pressure to your preferences. Some centerset models come with one handle for a sleek look, including the Colony from American Standard.
  • A widespread sink faucet features two handles and works well on a large sink where the fixtures are placed six or more inches apart. Our widespread faucets come in low-profile and high-arc models, in traditional brass, fashionable black, elegant gold, and other appealing colors.

Contemporary Bathroom Sink Fixtures

A wall-mounted sink faucet is streamlined and ultra-stylish. We offer one-handle, two-handle, and hands-free bathroom sink faucets from top brands, including American Standard and Delta. Though installation and replacement are more involved for a wall-mounted fixture, this configuration adds a distinctive aesthetic to your bathroom.

If you’re looking to update a decades-old bathroom sink with something different, explore our selection of on-trend contemporary channel spout wall-mount faucets and hands-free sink fixtures. A wall-mount channel spout delivers a wide, flat stream from the faucet that mimics the soothing flow of a waterfall. A touch- or hands-free sink faucet features built-in sensors that activate when triggered by movement. Not only are touch- and hands-free sink faucets more hygienic, but most are programmable for specific temperatures and flow rates.

Have questions on the right style of faucet for your bathroom? Consult our Advice & Ideas pages to learn more about how to choose your bathroom sink faucet.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are Bathroom Sink Faucets Universal?

Not all faucets are compatible with every sink. The type of fixture you choose will depend on how many holes are pre-drilled into the sink deck. A three-hole configuration will accommodate a centerset or widespread unit, while one hole accommodates a single-hole faucet. Riverbend Home offers centerset, widespread, and single-hole faucets to match your pre-drilled sink.

Can I Replace a Bathroom Sink Faucet Myself?

Replacing an old or leaky faucet is typically a DIY job, as long as replacing it does not require any additional plumbing work. With the help of a few basic tools, it’s easy to install an attractive new bathroom sink fixture in minimal time.

How Long Should a Bathroom Sink Faucet Last?

Most faucets last between 15 and 20 years, but if your bathroom needs a refresh, by all means replace it sooner. We offer bathroom sink faucets in an assortment of styles to complement your bathroom décor beautifully.