A bathroom, my Grand-Mama always said is a thing that never changes. While she was young they probably never did, and I doubt she ever had a London Plumbing Job done for all the years she lived in Chelsea. These days of course things are very different, and taps are sometimes more designer statements than functional successes.
Did you lie awake last night and think about a waterfall cascading into the bath? Well you could have one of those too, although I doubt you could stick your big toe into it, or whether, after you Find a Plumber they would take you seriously.
Perhaps you prefer a bit of retro. Something that would have had Grand-Mama’s knitting needles clicking furiously? There are hundreds of these to choose from these days, and you could take your pick from chrome, stainless steel, silver-or even gold-plated.
How about something on the side? I am talking taps here, by the way and strictly taps in case you asked. If I was building a new bathroom this is how I would do it personally. After all, why should Partner have to put up with a tap sticking in their back?
When all is said and done, there is a lot to say for simplicity too. My Dad taught me to keep it simple stupid and kiss success. I think that he was right. Do you? Another of the simple sensible things in life is Mr-Skill. Did you now that you can Find a Plumber there?