One of the most popular faucets of Jado is the wall-mounted vessel faucets. They are designed to complete the look of vessel sinks. The wide range of styles and designs available means that you are sure to find the model that will utterly complement your bathroom. Moreover, these faucets are very stylish and can work well with any bathroom theme or setting. They are also reasonably priced so even the budget conscious can take advantage of the premium quality of Jado faucets.

Two faucet designs that really capture my interest are the New Haven Series Cross Handle Vessel Faucet and the Victorian Series Wall Mount Curved Handle Vessel Faucet. The New Haven faucet model showcase an attractive contemporary design, and comes in polished chrome, brushed nickel, and platinum nickel finishes. It can blend well with any vessel sink, may it be made of glass, stainless steel or porcelain. Aside from its versatile look, it introduces a modern appeal to dull and drab bathroom designs. The ceramic valves eliminate the possibility of leaks. The handles are well aligned and have positive stops for the alignment to maintain it as is. Its spout is 7-7/8 inches and the valves are ½ inches. There is a steady flow of water, which is good especially for washing the face. The Victorian Series, on the other hand, comes with polished chrome, old bronze, brushed nickel, platinum nickel, and diamond finishes. It has a 1920s feel which is brought about its curved handles. The shape of the faucet is so elegant thus offering a great blend of traditional and modern touch to complement any bathroom design. Whether you have a traditional, country, and Victorian design, this faucet will surely be able to coordinate well with the existing theme in the room. In addition, the spout is wide enough, measuring at 9-1.4 inches, while the valves are ½ inches.

The quality of Jado faucets is second to none. The company makes sure that their products are of the highest standards and of superior quality and durability. That said, you will surely never go wrong with a Jado faucet in your bathroom.

But before you do get one, first ask your plumber for the plumbing requirements of a wall-mounted vessel faucet. Your current system may not work, and you may need to make some changes depending on your current setup.

For additional information on vessel sink faucets, you may check out the Plumbing Point website.

Source by Saul Sanchez