Fixtures: Hot and Cold Running Style
Whatever your faucet fancy, from Old World to contemporary, there is a fixture for you.
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Less expensive faucets don't last as long and usually are regarded as "disposable." Among this group, plastic models are the cheapest and least durable. Faucets with solid brass fittings last longest, while brass or chrome-plated models offer middle-of-the-road life expectancy.
Today's high-quality faucets are designed to last a lifetime, Jeff says. "They're pretty maintenance-free. Just clean them with a damp, soft cloth and they'll last forever."
Guy Keeler writes for the Fresno Bee.
Wood, iron tile and tin make the Southwest style truly distinctive.