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The subtle, geometric designs of American Standard’s Studio S collection of sink faucets, showerheads, and accessories are inspired by contemporary urban living.

"The Studio S Collection of bathroom faucets and accessories was inspired by the cool, modern look of urban spaces," the manufacturer says. "Studio S has details and modern silhouettes that will stand out in the bathroom, creating interest and an aesthetic that's sure to impress."

The collection features several bathroom sink faucet options, including monoblock, widespread, and vessel configurations. The single lever and vessel faucets feature a nested design that appears clean and smooth while in the open position. The arced widespread faucet can be paired with either ADA-compliant lever handles or minimal knob handles.

Each bath faucet is WaterSense-certified and uses pressure-compensating aerators to deliver a strong water flow at 1.2 gallons per minute (gpm). The faucets provide 45 percent more water savings over standard 2.2-gpm models, the manufacturer says. Designed for simplified installation, the Studio S faucets use American Standard’s pre-assembled Speed Connect Drain, the manufacturer says. Each two-handled faucets design can be dropped in from the top to easily connect to the drain.

The Studio S showering options include the American Standard’s Pressure Balance and Thermostatic valve options, diverter trims, and an 8-inch rain showerhead. The whole shower collection features the manufacturer’s TRIMendous universal valve technology, a patented internal design that allows for upgrading an existing American Standard in-wall valve without ripping out tile.

The Studio S matching bathroom accessories include sleek versions of towel bars, a towel ring, robe hook, and pivoting toilet paper holder. All fixtures and accessories are available in polished chrome and brushed nickel.

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