Mirroring the elegant lines of the famous French landmark, the Eiffel Series by Riobel is the perfect finishing touch in any bathroom or kitchen. Bringing these timeless pieces home is as easy as visiting eFaucets.com, the first online retailer to feature the new Eiffel Series. Blending modernism with rugged grace, the Eiffel Series is crafted to evoke the romance and sophistication of Paris. The collection comprises kitchen and bathroom faucets, a full selection for the shower, and an array of accessories like towel bars and Continue reading →
Attention customers living in California and Vermont! Starting Friday, new CA/VT compliance laws go into affect in these states that reduce the amount of lead allowed in faucets and fixtures that carry drinking water. Allowable levels will drop from 8% lead per weight to .25% lead per weight, and only kitchen faucets and bathroom lavatory faucets are impacted at this time. Shower faucets and other fixtures are not affected. Because there is no safe level of lead in drinking water, CA/VT compliance laws further reduce Continue reading →
Is your kitchen far outdated and stuck in a 60′s, 70′s or 80′s decor? Do you think you have to spend a lot and perform a massive remodel to get it into this century? Think twice! All it takes is a few easy upgrades to quickly bring your kitchen into the times. The kitchen used to be about function. Now it is the center of the house and the gathering area for guests. Since it sets the theme for your home it needs some style Continue reading →
Kohler and Designer Erin Valencich give advice on what to look for when choosing a kitchen faucet, including spout type, handles and finish. When you plan a new kitchen you have a lot of things to think about. Appliance, countertops, cabinetry, but don’t forget the Kitchen Faucet. It can make a big difference to the rooms look and function. First you need to make sure you match the right faucet to the right task at hand. For example, a lot of time in the kitchen Continue reading →
ELEGANT. MODERN.ENDURING. bridging past and present Tresa reunites us with the past by taking design elements from the earliest of European fountains. A simple bend in the neck and traditional styling provide the classic feel of these graceful structures.