There’s no point selecting a beautiful freestanding bathtub that accentuates your bathroom without planning to use a faucet that matches. There’s no point getting a high-end, sleek faucet with an older style cast iron clawfoot tub. So the main thing to take away is that you need to match your faucet to the design of your bathtub. That's the number one rule when choosing a tub filler for you freestanding tub. Go modern with modern, or classic with classic.
Depending on where in the room you want to be, choose a rim mounted faucet, or a wall mounted faucet or even a freestanding faucet that isn’t attached to the tub at all. You can select different options such as having a separate hand-held shower mount. Choose older style knobs or newer handles to match the existing house’s design.
Here are a few of our favorite freestanding faucets.Barclay 7901 Freestanding Tub Faucet