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Publication Date: 2018-06-05

Behind the Design

What's New for the Kitchen from Waterworks

Known for creating iconic, timeless pieces for rooms throughout the home, Waterworks is continuing to innovate with new one-of-a-kind styles, particularly in the kitchen. With an expanded line of cabinetry and fittings, the company offers full project management from start to finish. New products include the eye-catching Bridle and Pullman cabinetry designs, along with nine new door options for Belden cabinetry, two all-new faucet families, and fresh surfaces. Scroll to see some of our favorite introductions.

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Inspired by boxed planters in the gardens of Versailles, the all-new Bridle collection incorporates unique v-groove wood paneling, integrated hardware, and metal strapping to create an eye-catching look. Above it's shown in Dark Gray Oak with unlacquered brass hardware.

The popular Belden cabinets have new door panel options, including mesh, chicken wire and antique mirror inserts, to give clients a novel way to customize a classic. Choose from eight superior wood finishes and 24 paint colors, including on-site hand-painted options.

The Pullman design features intricate, hand-applied metalwork that is inset into each panel, with handles and knobs engineered specifically for this cabinetry and integrated into the strapping. Geometric “L” brackets reference iconic campaign furniture, while the solid brass trim draws on classic Regency forms. Available in the signature palette of eight wood finishes and 24 paint colors, Pullman also features unique, integrated metalwork that comes in eight hardware finish options.

Alta cabinetry incorporates mid-century elements with architectural and industrial influences. Pared down to emphasize its natural oak or walnut textures, Alta forms a smooth, continuous facade. The design allows for a wide range of customizable combinations and highly sculptural hardware.

Here, the Alta cabinetry is paired with recessed hardware to create a sleek, modern look.

With nearly 200 hardware options, there's a piece for every taste. Crafted in a range of metal finishes, these pulls, knobs, and hinges help to take cabinetry design to a new, unexpected level.

Gleaming pot racks keep cookware close to hand. Shown is the Metropole Ceiling Mounted Pot Rack with the Compass Large Pendant with Glass Shade.

Here, the Watt sconce with ribbed glass in nickel is placed on a fully tiled wall featuring the Grove Brickworks in Upper Cove Gray. 

The On Tap faucet (shown in nickel) is inspired by a draft beer tap, reinterpreted to create a beautiful new kitchen experience. The tall spout provides extra reach for filling large pots, while the substantial scale of the design makes it feel anchored and secure. Accompanying the faucet is a Clayburn Fireclay Sink, a District Tile backsplash in Cygnet, and a Keystone slab in Aesop.

The bestselling Henry faucet is now available in a pull-down option. Shown is the Henry pull-down, a Kerr stainless steel sink, an Architectonics backsplash in Glasgow, and a Keystone slab in Imperial Danby.

Referencing the simple style of a vintage water pump, the Canteen faucet (shown in nickel) has a tall, industrial-style spout. Here it's paired with a Clayburn Fireclay Farmhouse Sink with Drainboard; the backsplash is RedBank in Milkweed and Cintimani, the surface is a Keystone slab in Aran Gray; and the cabinetry is Belden.

Shown in unlacquered brass, the Easton Classic Two Hole Kitchen Faucet was one of the very first by Waterworks. Though its style is inspired by the Edwardian era, its instantly recognizable proportions and scale have been carefully refined. Shown with the Easton is a Normandy Copper Farmhouse Sink, an Architectonics Backsplash in Creamware, and a Keystone slab in Calacatta.

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