After purchasing a new home, you always want to make little changes that make it 100% your own. Well, the house we purchased needed a little more than just a couple little changes. We did a full overhaul of the house- except for one bathroom. The guest bathroom was the best looking room in the house, so we were going to just leave that. That’s when I had the opportunity to work with Pfister on a new sink faucet. They sent me the Breckenridge Single Control, Centerset Bath Faucet, in Spot Defense Brushed Nickel.
A little about the Breckenridge Faucet:
This faucet was inspired by an industrial design and softened by smoothly ergonomic function. The Breckenridge faucet has taken cues from old-school utilitarian hardware, such as hex-nut tap styling and raised lettering denoting ‘hot’ and ‘cold’ taps.
This took my husband about 30 minutes to install. A lot of the installation time was revolved around taking apart the old faucet (It had been there for quite a while and was a little rough to get apart). Hubby did replace a few of the water lines that were original to the house, but that is not always the case when you install a new faucet. The instructions given with the faucet were extremely easy to follow. I’m sure I could have put the faucet in, but he enjoys Home renovation things!
After everything was installed he came out and was like “you need to check out the drain stopper! It’s a push button.” It’s the little things that amuse us at times! You can not imagine how just changing a coat of paint – or something simple like a sink Faucet – makes the room look so much more different! We got the Spot Defense Brushed Nickel and even after a few cleanings and the kids grimy fingers… There are still no spots built up!