If you're looking for a way to liven up your bathroom, consider installing new faucets. This simple change can give a whole new look to your bathroom.
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Bathroom sinks are designed for 4", seen here, or 8" faucets. Larger faucets don't use escutcheon plates, the decorative covers that conceal the inner parts of the faucet. Smaller faucets are available both with and without escutcheon plates. If the sink is damaged or corroded under the existing faucet, you'll probably want to choose a replacement with an escutcheon plate.
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