Industrial chic: Tamalpais series by California Faucets

The faucet with a clean-lined L-shape and cylindrical spout and handles is the centerpiece of the series.

California Faucets has launched the Tamalpais bath series. The faucet with a clean-lined L-shape and cylindrical spout and handles is the centerpiece of the series that includes tub and shower fittings as well as other coordinating bath accessories.

The eight-inch widespread lavatory faucet is seven inches tall, and has ADA-compliant lever handles. As added bonuses, the bath faucet is available with a 1.2-gallons-per-minute, water-saving aerator; quarter-turn ceramic disc valves; and flexible braided hoses.

Aside from the faucet, the Tamalpais series includes a wall-mount vessel lavatory faucet, Roman tub set, wall-mount tub spout and handles, bidet set, thermostatic and pressure balance shower controls, and a range of coordinating accessories.

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Like all of California Faucets fittings, the Tamalpais lavatory faucet and accompaniments are constructed of solid-brass and available in more than 30 finishes, including chrome, brass, nickel tones, copper and bronze. Of these, 15 PVD (Physical Vapor Deposition) finishes are guaranteed for life against tarnishing.

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