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Waterstone Faucets has been featured in several kitchen design publications, HGTV, Cooking Network TV shows and interior designer videos. Running amok in kitchens all across the United States. It’s okay though. These faucets were born and raised in the USA and they feel right at home. Explore the kitchen design world and discover our American Made kitchen faucets out in the Wild.
Taylor Swift is a major musical talent and seems to be able to do anything - except a cartwheel. We found this out and more as Vogue Magazine asks 73 questions while giving a tour of her Beverly Hills home. For the May issue, the singer answers personal questions including what she’d be doing if she wasn’t a singer (advertising), Googling herself (don’t), favorite drink (coffee), favorite food (chicken tenders) and her double jointed elbows. Although Swift is world famous and an amazingly talented singer and songwriter, she seems right at ease answering personal questions. In the kitchen, the decor has a VMA award right next to the coffee maker and a gold Waterstone Gantry Pulldown Faucet. She poured a glass of water for her guest with a matching Annapolis Filtration Faucet. She also has two awesome cats. Thanks Taylor for sharing your 73 things.
See the Video: Vogue.com Video.
Cooking Channel star Haylie Duff, shows off her new, do-it-yourself kitchen remodel to People Magazine. The video shows the amazing open space kitchen design features white cabinets, grey tile and some creative decorations that make it unique. A heart decoration made of iron, a vintage milkshake maker lamp and “the ugliest mugs you’ve ever seen” adore the shelves. The first thing Haylie bought for the remodel was a Waterstone Traditional Gantry Faucet Suite with matching Air Switch and Air Gap. She calls it “the jewelry of her kitchen.” Thanks Haylie! Glad you enjoy it.
See more of Haylie Duff on Real Girl’s Kitchen on the Cooking Channel –
Check out our Waterstone Annapolis Kitchen Faucet in Mark Wahlberg’s backyard. Shown during a in a scene on A&Es reality show, the Wahlburgers.
One of our Waterstone Faucet Suites made a cameo in the recent Adam Sandler film, The Cobbler. During a kitchen scene, our Towson Traditional Kitchen Faucet, Filtration Faucet, and matching side spray, sneak into the corner of the shot. Above the stove is our Traditional Wall Mounted Potfillers. The movie turned out to be okay, but the set was gorgeous! Here is the summary from IMDB: Max Simkin repairs shoes in the same New York shop that has been in his family for generations. Disenchanted with the grind of daily life, Max stumbles upon a magical heirloom that allows him to step into the lives of his customers and see the world in a new way. Sometimes walking in another man’s shoes is the only way one can discover who they really are.
We love Sam the Cooking Guy and he’s a good friend of the Waterstone family (even though he was made in Canada we gave him a Waterstone Passport!). That garlic bread he is preparing looks awesome, as does that beautiful Contemporary Gantry Faucet on his sink!
Sam the Cooking Guy is an everyday guy. He has found a way to make cooking casually understandable. With no fancy equipment and by speaking English instead of ‘chef-speak,’ He is the everyman of television cooking. Sam has been using a Waterstone Gantry Faucet for a couple of years now and can be regularly seen in the background of his show. The show is shot in San Diego, CA right in his actual kitchen. You can get a real sense of how our contemporary style kitchen faucets can add functionality and elegance to any kitchen.
We can all relate to Sam the Cooking Guy. He cook with his kids, dogs and neighbors – just like we all do. On his website, he states, “There’s no fois gras… no white truffle oil, no ‘Peruvian mountain-raised squab in sesame-lime-soy marinade stuffed with braised forest turnips and wild inoki mushrooms in a hand pressed plum and raspberry glaze’. I’m just a regular guy, using regular words showing how to cook easy, great food… Food that’s ‘big in taste and small in effort’. It’s a handful of ingredients and a few steps – that’s it. This is a cooking show “for the rest of us,” I like to say. And now it’s on.
The April 2014 edition of Salt Lake Magazine features an article on a classic white design that includes a 5600 Traditional Pulldown Faucet Suite. The kitchen design, at first glance, looks like any another white kitchen. However there is a twist. Creative details makes this timlesss kitchen stand above your basic boring white kitchen design. Written by Nicole Zeigler, CKBR, Allied ASID, NCIDQ is the owner / lead designer at enzy design, LLC; specializing in kitchen & bathroom design and residential remodeling.
Waterstone had the privilege of being included in the 2012 Santa Barbara Design House and Gardens Showhouse. Created by Joanie Franz, wife of actor Dennis Franz, the Showcase brings together top designers and suppliers to develop this Montecito property into a spectacular retreat. The 6,000 sq. ft. main house includes six bedrooms, six and a half baths and is complimented with a two bedroom poolside cabana, outdoor pavilion, and more.
Our friend Sam the Cooking Guy gives us a look at the set of his show – AKA his kitchen. Sam and Darcy talk about how he discovered his Waterstone Gantry Faucet. While at a local showroom, he saw it and instantly knew this was the faucet for him. “Unless it’s bad,” he told the dealer, “Which it’s not. I want it.” A big thanks to our favorite Canadian for using our American made kitchen faucet.
There is no shortage of Made-in-the-USA stories across the country. They usually include a hard-working team of employees. A high-quality product. Happy customers. American ingenuity. Jobs. There are thousands of companies that follow this general story line. This article is for them, but not exclusively. Any company looking for an edge in the competitive home improvement industry will benefit from a better understanding of Made in the USA retailing.
Check it out! That’s a Hunley Kitchen Faucet there on the set of Guy Fieri’s cooking show. Good cooking always starts with a great looking Hunley Kitchen Faucet with an articulated spout and a sleek contemporary chrome finish – just like the one Guy uses… very cool.
From Kitchen & Bath Design News April 2012
by Janice Anne Costa
MANHASSET, NY — In the age of technology, craftsmanship sometimes gets pushed aside. But that’s anything but the case at Showcase Kitchens, with upscale showrooms here, in Island Park, NY and in Greenwich, CT (with a fourth showroom opening in New York City this spring). The family-owned design firm, which has roots going back through four generations and some 80 years, focuses on hand-crafted designs that begin with real drawings, done by designers who conceptualize the design and draw it up to capture all of the unique details of a project.
Showcase Kitchens New York website – www.showcaseny.com
Read the article – http://kitchenbathdesign.epubxpress.com/kbd1
A kitchen remodel by a San Diego based architecture firm was recently featured on the cover of Kitchen and Bath Ideas Magazine. In the April 2012 edition, Waterstone Faucets was included in an article about a kitchen remodel in La Jolla California. The owners of the home wanted a traditional kitchen for entertaining, cooking and baking. San Diego architect Ione Steigler was commissioned to bring a Hampton style design brought out to the west coast. It had to be a place that was warm, open and inviting Steiger’s design, along with interior designer Janette Seltser, created a bright traditional style with white wood work and lot of light.
For the sink, Steigler choose our traditional Annapolis Kitchen Faucet to compliment the white farmhouse sink. The hook-spout Annapolis design was accessorized with a matching side spray, soap/lotion dispenser, air gap, and a filtration faucet. The satin nickel finish fit perfectly into the white and vivd green color scheme.
Above the stove, Steigler added a Waterstone Potfiller Faucet with an articulated spout. Set against a white tile backsplash the Potfiller fit in nicely with the white cabinets and stainless steel appliances.
Congrats to Ione and the rest of the team at IS Architecture for their outstanding work.