Spice It Up: Kitchen Fixtures

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Check out these kitchen fixtures from Artisan, Everpure and more!

April 01, 2009

Cooking with Copper

Artisan's new handcrafted, designer-inspired Copper Kitchen Sink Collection feature detailed decorative patterns crafted into the front apron of the 10-inch-deep, single-bowl sink. The return reveal curves on each side measure 4 5/8 inches, providing flexible installation above a cabinet or on legs. The company says this sink is designed to become the focal point of any kitchen or pantry. For FREE information, visit http://pb.hotims.com/23721-251 


Tradition and Modernity

There's no accounting for taste, so the company decided to let you (or your homeowners) choose. KWC's Deco faucets can be top- or side-operated with a pull-out spray or swivel spout. According to the company, the rounded, curved style and decorative details are inspired by the Art Deco movement.

For FREE information, visit http://pb.hotims.com/23721-253 


Fill 'er Up!

As compact as it is powerful, Everpure's PBS-400 mounts under virtually any countertop and plumbs to existing faucets. It delivers an impressive 2.2 gallons per minute. So that means your homeowners can fill an entire gallon container in fewer than 30 seconds — not bad when they're hankering for pasta. For FREE information, visit http://pb.hotims.com/23721-252 


That Sinking Feeling

Moen's new stainless steel sinks are available in a variety of sizes and configurations, including double- and single-bowl, undermount, drop-in, D-shaped, round and square sinks in 16- to 22-gauge stainless steel. Shown here is the Lancelot Double Bowl. All models sport Moen's SoundShield noise-protection undercoating for quieter dish washing.

For FREE information, visit http://pb.hotims.com/23721-254

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