The pros and cons of Brushed Nickel tapware are covered in the below article. I personally love brushed nickel and completely recommend it for all the bathroom renovations I do.
It has a warm finish in different ways but mostly it feels less cold compared to the chrome and black finishes.
Brushed nickel tapware finishes definitely make an impact and below we break down the pros and cons of the brushed nickel.
Pros Of Brushed Nickel Tapware:
- Warm Tones
- Striking In Finish
- Very Accessible To Buy
- Doesn’t Mark The Same Way Chrome Finished Do
Cons Of Brushed Nickel Tapware:
- Brushed Nickel Can Be Boring Unless Complimented With Other Fixtures
- Can Tarnish Over Time But Will Need To Be Polished
- Limited matching items such as towel rails and shelves.
Brushed Nickel is more closer to matte black but feels much more natural and quite unique which more my go too especially for bathrooms we do In Perth.
Brushed Nickel tapware is here to stay, now there is some movement towards copper and other unique styles of tapware this finish of tapware will be around for at least the next five years. I love the brushed nickel it looks amazing in the right bathrooms and can add a little luxury to a bathroom without being over powering.
Brushed nickel tapware in Australia is going to be the biggest bathroom renovation tapware of the next few years. Brushed nickel tapware in Perth WA will be much more popular then chrome or brass, or matte black I guarantee it.
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