Nickel fell out of favor in the first half of the 20th century because it wasn’t considered a durable material. Solid brass electroplated with chromium – more commonly referred to simply as chrome – became the standard for faucets in the 1930s and remains one of the most popular looks today.
Polished chrome is a classic that coordinates beautifully with a wide variety of fixture styles and types of décor. It can evoke a nostalgic look, as in a 1920s- or other vintage-style bath, but it can also complement contemporary styles beautifully.
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