New: Elements by Watermark

A couple weeks ago we had the pleasure of jetting down to New York city to check out the annual ICFF show. This event always showcases the biggest and brightest stars in the home furnishing and design world and this year was no exception. Over the next few weeks we will be highlighted the products we are most excited for that you showcased at ICFF.

This year we saw Watermark’s newest collection, Elements. This new line is completely customizable, With more than 380,000 combinations! This allows the line to be one of the most versatile, and creative products from Watermark. Finishes, handles, spouts and materials, can all be changed and adapted for the personal style of the client or project!

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The Elements collection is revolutionizing how faucet choices are determined – not by the manufacturer, but by the consumer. The Elements collection is made up of Covers, Bases, Inserts and Bodies. There are sixteen handle styles or “Covers”. Watermark Design Studio designed all of these models. The Covers are grouped into four material categories: Raw, Rock, Lumber and Forged. Each Cover has a Base, which is made of brass and available in any of Watermark’s 24 finishes. Along with the Base, there are two options for Inserts, which are decorative and help provide additional grip and are also available in any of Watermark’s 24 finishes.

Another amazing innovation for this product was the additional handle options designed using the process of Guilloche. This technique creates a decorative technique that is made up of precise, intricate and repetitive pattern is mechanically engraved into an underlying material via hand-guided engine turning, which uses a machine of the same name, also called a rose engine lathe.

Come take a tour of our showroom for inspiration and together with one of our design consultants we can build the bathroom & kitchen of your dreams! Book an appointment today!

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