Qualified Remodeler Magazine

JUN 2019

Qualified Remodeler helps independent remodeling firms to survive, become more professional and more profitable by providing must-have business information, namely best business practices, new product information and timely design ideas.

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"The non-descript wide-spread or anonymous sin- gle-lever faucet simply won't do. [Our] faucet offer- ing is diverse in both style and finish. Designers are more empowered than ever to employ distinctive products and tell their clients' own story." Skilled artisans handcraƁ Perrin & Rowe faucets using a combination of age-old processes and the latest technologies, he notes. The Holborn Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet, a new addition to the Holborn Collection, expands the current line through a fresh, modern look with its slim, tapered lever and curved spout. CraƁed with the legacy of architectural periods and influences in mind, Rohl kitchen faucets use genuine materials sourced regionally, Greg says. The new Campo Pull-Down Faucet is inspired by the valve/stem combination used in the building of industrial conduit systems. The Lux Pull-Down Faucet is tall, sleek and sophisticated, replicating the look of a professional kitchen. The Graceline Pull-Down Faucet expands the Michael Berman Series and receives its influence from the glam- orous ocean liners of a century ago, lauding the details of early 21st century ship design. Riobel takes an industry-leading and progres- sive approach to design, marrying function with a modern simplicity and elegance, which is perfect for a contemporary feel. The new Ludik faucet col- lection has a sleek yet simple design; the Solstice faucet collection combines a contemporary design with simple lines, highlighting both elegance and function; and the new Trattoria faucet collection has defined lines and distinctive features, bringing a modern statement to the kitchen. additional convenience without sacrificing beauty. Inspired by the modern farmhouse trend, the fix- ture displays a refined shepherd's hook spout, and its handle includes porcelain inlays with antiqued decorative script—in both English and French—to bestow an element of customization. "Consumers are looking for products to suit their individual tastes [and offer them] an element of personalization to make their kitchen design feel unique," Radic explains. "Each of these faucets provides that ability—whether it's mixing metals, incorporating decorative features or [utilizing] unique finish options—there is truly an option out there to meet any décor style." In addition to finish options such as Black Stainless and Brushed Gold, Moen has introduced a new Fusion finish series that offers dual-tone styl- ing. Available on the STō pull-down kitchen faucet, the dual-tone finish has a Matte Black base and spout with a sleek contrasting Chrome panel on the side for a striking design statement, Radic says. Modern Simplicity This year, House of Rohl is offering several new faucet collections and additions from across its brands, which include Perrin & Rowe, Rohl and Riobel. The products further enhance the ability to curate individual desires and deliver a unique design story, and they present a more expansive design range that can integrate seamlessly with any home aesthetic, from traditional to modern. "We've seen more people taking risks and breaking free from the box," explains Greg Rohl, vice president and design leader, House of Rohl. HOUSE OF ROHL unveils the Ludik (left) and Solstice (center) collections for its Riobel brand and launches the Rohl Campo Pull-Down Faucet (right). Circle 10 on inquiry card QualifiedRemodeler.com June 2019 57

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