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Cyberpunk meets the sink: DIY faucets fashioned from plumbing parts have been cropping up all over. We’ve been taking note—and considering asking our own plumbers whether they’re any good with a torch. Here are a few of our favorites:

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Emerick Architects stripped the plating on a budget-friendly Chicago faucet to achieve an old-fashioned matte brass and copper look.

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In a modern beach cabin in Scarborough, South Africa, designers Beatty Vermeiren detailed the kitchen with a faucet made from industrial parts.

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The kitchen island has standing copper faucets in the Ironmongers’ Quarters, a residential and commercial project in East London by Jonathan Tuckey.

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Drakes London’s Scandi-style Endless Summer kitchen features a copper faucet that was built on site by the plumber.

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In his house on the Greek isle of Hydra, Theodore Zoumboulakis paired a marble fountain basin with a faucet he assembled himself.

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Austrian architect Nina Mair pairs her Shell Collection walnut sinks and bathtubs with homemade copper faucets.

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London theater designer Niki Turner used handmade copper spouts and faucets in the bathrooms of her mid-19th-century silk merchant’s house in Gloucestershire.