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Boston Common - 2017 - Issue 4 - Fall - Elizabeth Olsen

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STR EAMING NOW "e 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. is beautifully edited collection is anything but watered down. –Phebe Wahl Cottage Field tile, Highgate Low Profile three-hole wall-mounted lavatory faucet, Cross handles, Latchet wall- mounted 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, waterworks.com PHOTO COURTESY OF WATERWORKS DES IG N & R E A LT Y

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