Marvelously mod­ern, the newly un­veiled Wa­ter­works Stu­dio col­lec­tion of­fers stream­lined fit­tings for the bath.

Boston Common - - CONTENTS - –Phebe Wahl

Cot­tage Field tile, High­gate Low Pro­file three-hole wall-mounted lava­tory faucet, Cross han­dles, Latchet wall­mounted round mir­ror, Ox­ley sin­gle van­ity pack­aged with Clara sink and Gos­samer slab top, and Walling­ford soap dish, price upon re­quest, all by Wa­ter­works Stu­dio, 1 De­sign Cen­ter Place, wa­ter­


“The idea came from clients,” ex­plains Wa­ter­works CEO and Creative Direc­tor Peter Sal­lick of the newly rein­tro­duced Wa­ter­works Stu­dio col­lec­tion. Un­veil­ing more than 50 in­tro­duc­tions this year—in­clud­ing light­ing; fit­tings; and chrome, nickel and un­lac­quered brass fin­ishes—the brand of­fers a clean-lined de­sign aes­thetic and a more ap­proach­able price point, per­fect for sec­ond homes or guest ar­eas. “It was a holy-grail op­por­tu­nity that we knew we wanted to ful­fill be­cause clients kept ask­ing,” says Sal­lick of the de­mand for more sim­pli­fied fix­tures that still of­fer the trade­mark high stan­dard of Wa­ter­works lux­ury. “We use the same ma­te­ri­als, but the prod­ucts have fewer parts,” says Sal­lick. This beau­ti­fully edited col­lec­tion is any­thing but wa­tered down.

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