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A Bathroom Makeover with Pfister

How a simple switch of hardware can completely transform a space
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Lately everything in my home is feeling tired.  I’m not sure if it’s that three year home owner’s itch, or the season, but literally every single room has been begging me for a refresh.  The problem, I don’t have the time or patience to do any major design overhauls right now. So I was thrilled when The Home Depot reached out about their Pfister matte black bathroom hardware collection.

To be honest, matte black hardware was never on my radar.  Matte black always felt too modern or severe to me. But when I visited the Home Depot and saw the Pfister Venturi collection in person it wasn’t either of those things. In fact it was just the refresh and challenge I was looking for.

I am not a huge DIY-er; let me just put that out there.  So when it comes to tackling projects like this I can sometimes be a bit hesitant.  You can imagine then, my relief, to find out firsthand just how easy the install of all the Pfister Bathroom Hardware was.  We’re talking from start to finish, this was easily an afternoon project.  I even switched out our sinks in less than thirty minutes.  

Pfister Venturi Double Faucet, also available in centerset single 

An added bonus of my new faucets; the way the water flows out.  I tried to capture it via this photo, but trying to capture a stream of water isn’t exactly the easiest.  It flows in a modern, almost flat stream. Plus the Pfister faucet is WaterSense certifies meaning it uses 30% less water, but doesn’t compromise your water experience.  

I also love the faucet’s pop up drain.  It’s funny that I’m even going into detail about a drain, but the push and seal drain is so much more current than the older faucet/drain models.

Pfister Venturi Towel Ring, Towel Bar, Robe Hook

After I had the faucets properly installed it was time to move on to the additional bathroom hardware: towel racks, rings, and hooks.  I used both the Pfister Venturi Towel Ring and Towel Bar; one on each side of my vanity.  I like mixing it up rather than being so matchy-matchy.  I also hung hooks on all of the doors to hold robes, towels, dry cleaning, etc.   

Besides the hardware itself, the only other accessory I switched out were the knobs choosing matte black ones to accent the new matte black hardware.

All in all I was thrilled with how everything turned out.  The Pfister matte black hardware looks so clean, and adds the perfect modern touch to what is otherwise a traditional bathroom.  Plus this refresh took me less than 24 hours and didn’t break the bank which is always a MAJOR win in my book! So cheers to DIY afternoons and refreshed bathrooms!  Truly, MKR

ADDITIONAL CREDITS:

Photography, Rustic White

I acknowledge that The Home Depot is partnering with me to participate in the Home Depot Pfister Bathroom Program.  As a part of the Program, I am receiving compensation in the form of products and services, for the purpose of promoting The Home Depot.  All expressed opinions and experiences are my own words.  My post complies wth the Word Of Mouth Marketing Association (WOMMA) Ethics Code and applicable Federal Trade Commission guidelines.

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  • Sarah / 11.16.2017

    You did the faucets yourself without a plumber? I’ve been wanting to change out faucets but thought the cost of a plumber would be prohibitive.

  • Mandy Kellogg Rye / 11.17.2017

    Yes, it was BEYOND easy! You really could do it no problem.

  • Wordie89 / 11.22.2017

    I love that you freshened a bathroom look without major overhaul. It’s eminently doable as opposed to the gorgeous bathrooms I usually see in blogs and Pinterest that seem to have at least 3 times the SF I have in my bathrooms and big budgets.

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