Luxury collections: Pfister’s new product lines

Pfister, a brand of the Hardware & Home Improvement (HHI) division of Spectrum Brands Holdings, unveiled new luxury collections. The new Iyla and Kenzo collections, along with a refresh of its modern Contempra line, represent Pfister’s ongoing and expanding footprint in the luxury hospitality market through the Pfister Hospitality division.

Pfister’s Iyla collection was said to be inspired by waves crashing onto a pristine beach. Meaning “island” in Gaelic, Iyla has soft curves and a transitional design that exudes the tranquility of the ocean. Exclusive with Ferguson, the line encompasses a range of products, including shower and bath fixtures, a towel bar, robe hook, towel ring and toilet paper holder.

Pfister also revealed the Kenzo lavatory faucets in matte black. With sleek architecture, simplistic lines and a water-efficient trough design, Kenzo is targeted for residential and hospitality projects. All Kenzo faucets feature the Pforever Seal—advanced ceramic disc valve technology with a never-leak guarantee—and a flow rate of 1.5 GPM and water pressure of 60 PSI. The Kenzo collection is also covered by the Pfister Pforever Warranty.

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The Contempra family, now with stronger lines and a more modern look, rounds out Pfister’s new additions. The proportions and relationship to each element of the faucet is intentional and precise. Contempra products feature the Pforever Seal, Pfister Pforever Warranty, a flow rate of 1.5 GPM and water pressure of 60 PSI.

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