Disclosure: Delta Faucet provided me with product for the bathroom remodel. However, all opinions are mine.
I think bathrooms are one of the hardest spaces to remodel. There’s so much you have to consider – tile, what pattern to lay it in, what grout color to use, what color for the vanity, what kind of vanity, what about the countertop, it needs to coordinate well with the tile, lighting, should we go sconces or not, and on and on it goes.
While I can hands down say that this master bathroom remodel has stressed me out more than any other remodel I’ve ever done, I can also say it’s one of the best remodels I’ve done. Even though nailing down the design was trying, I knew two things from the beginning: I wanted black subway tile and brass fixtures and faucets.
It wasn’t hard to pick the faucets out. Besides wanting a brass type finish, I also wanted the faucets to have a modern feel. Delta’s Vero collection in Champagne Bronze was my perfect match for this bathroom.
In the shower we went with the Vero Monitor 17 Series Shower Trim. With the shower so big, we wanted the shower head to come out over the middle of the shower as much as possible. This shower head did just that. It provides plenty of water along with a sleek design that just pops beautifully against that black subway tile.
The shower handle also sports the Champagne Bronze finish and is simple to use.
The Delta Vero Collection doesn’t include a floor mount tub filler, which I needed for the bathtub. However, the Trinsic collection does and also comes in the Champagne Bronze finish, so we opted for that floor mount tub filler.
The tub filler has softer edges, which lends a slightly more feminine touch to the bathtub area. It also came with a hand shower which is great for giving the Circus a bath. I think she’s taken a bath in my tub more than her own bathroom since we moved in.
For our vanity sink, we opted for the single handle Vero faucet. This is the first time I have had a single handle faucet like this in a bathroom and I have to say I love it – cleaning the counter with just one handle to work around is much easier than the usual three things you have to go around.
The finish also works well here against the black granite.
I opted to hang our Vero towel ring to the side of the vanity almost level with the top of it. We also went with black towels throughout the bathroom to bring a little more of the black that I love onto the walls.
Last but not least, we topped off the toilet with a coordinating Vero tank lever in Champagne Bronze. Gotta add a little bling wherever I can. 😉
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Disclosure: Delta provided me with products for this remodel, however all opinions and love of champagne bronze finishes are 100% mine.