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California Faucets has expanded its Kitchen Collection by introducing a new line of Pot Fillers, providing designers and homeowners with an extended range of options for coordinated kitchen styles. The company's Pot Fillers offer the flexibility to mix-and-match various handle styles with a diverse selection of artisan finishes, making them one of the most extensive in the industry. Each Pot Filler, made of solid brass, adheres to the Italian-inspired design and California craftsmanship found in the original Kitchen Collection, designed to coordinate with a complete line of matching kitchen accessories.

According to Noah Taft, Chief Marketing Officer of California Faucets, a well-styled kitchen benefits from pot fillers and faucets that seamlessly coordinate with other elements, such as soap dispensers and cabinet hardware. “There’s a genuine sense of luxury when pot fillers and faucets perfectly coordinate with soap dispensers and cabinet hardware," Taft says, "especially when they’re all finished-to-order by human hands."



California Faucets offers a variety of handle options for customization, ranging from sweeping curves and porcelain accents to streamlined sticks, industrial wheels, levers, and more. This diversity allows customers to coordinate their Pot Filler with any style of décor, from traditional to contemporary.

Customers can further personalize their Pot Filler by choosing from California Faucets' 25-plus finish options, including 12 ultra-durable PVD finishes that are guaranteed not to tarnish. The Pot Fillers are priced starting at $1,195 in Polished Chrome. Each Pot Filler is made from high-quality solid brass, free from plastic components, and features a sturdy mounting system for easy installation. All Pot Fillers are made-to-order at the company's Huntington Beach factory, ensuring a commitment to customization and quality.


This article was produced with assistance from OpenAI's GPT-3.5 architecture.

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