7 of Our Favorite Old-Fashioned Faucet Designs

Many homeowners prefer the simplicity of the “good old days” when it comes to kitchen and bath design. In honor of those who live for the classics, we present our favorite old-fashioned faucets from the world’s top fixture manufacturers.

Antique by Kohler

Kohler’s Antique line brings nostalgic charm to the modern bathroom. With smooth lines and definitive details, each piece takes you back while offering up-to-date technology like WaterSense, Kohler’s patented water-saving system.

Victorian by Delta

Delta hearkens back to the Victorian era while incorporating its Diamond Seal technology that keeps fixtures working like new for life.

Cassidy by Delta

Homeowners looking for a traditional look with hands-free operation will love the Cassidy line. These faucets come standard with automatic water-flow shut off, an LED water temperature indicator and magnetic docking to keep the spray wand firmly in place.

Providence Classic by Brizo

The Providence Classic line features Art Deco inspired details with a curved spout inspired by the form of water itself.

Touted by the manufacturer’s designers as “classic and elegant,” this line carries just enough distinction to be unique while incorporating time-honored aesthetics.

Artifacts by Kohler

Featuring a Victorian themed swing spout and sophisticated column design, this faucet’s high arch makes it easy to fill and clean large pots. Its temperature memory allows the faucet to be turned on and off at the temperature set for the previous use.

Haywood by Delta

Delta’s Haywood collection includes options that combine wistful elements of the past with simpler, modern lines. It’s an exceptional choice for bathroom renovators on a budget.

IV Georges Brass by Kohler

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With this 18th-century English design, it’s easier than ever to add grace to your bathroom. This line’s high quality finish resists corrosion, and its disc valves last twice as long as the industry standard.

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