American Standard has expanded their vintage-industrial Townsend line with a freestanding tub, a selection of bathroom sinks, a high-efficiency one-piece toilet, and coordinating furniture pieces.
The new bathroom fixtures are designed with tapered lines and statuesque forms and are made to compliment the existing Townsend faucets and accessories.
The Townsend freestanding tub features a space-saving, three-sided design with a finished flat back that can be installed against the bathroom wall. The acrylic tub can be paired with a wall or deck mount tub filler, or can be moved to the center of a room and used with a floor mount faucet. The drain and overflow are available in four finishes to match the Townsend faucet collection.
The one-piece Townsend toilet uses American Standard’s signature VorMax flushing system, which cleans the bowl two times better than conventional toilets, the manufacturer says. Its CleanCurve Rim omits the rim overhang and holes inside the bowl, and the EverClean antimicrobial finish inhibits the growth of stain and odor-causing bacteria. The unit uses 1.28 gallons per flush. The slow-close seat includes a release button to remove the seat for cleaning and a sanitary tab that facilitates lifting without touching the toilet.
The expansion also offers a range of rectangular sinks including pedestal, above counter, and undermount models. The 35-inch pedestal model provides Right Height comfort, and the above counter sink includes a finished back, allowing a full-length mirror to be hung behind it. All sinks are available in a white or linen finish.
The new sinks can coordinate with the 30-inch American Standard vanity or American Standard 30-inch washstand. Both furniture pieces are available in white or smoked grey with chrome or brushed nickel drawer pulls and towel bars.
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