Plumbing manufacturer Gerber will be releasing two new collections over the next month, along with a new finish for multiple lines and an expansion of a customer favorite.
The Kinzie collection will be available later this month and the Lemora collection will debut in early December. A new finish will be available this month as well: brushed bronze. One of Gerber’s most popular collections, Parma, will be expanded with a new faucet product.
Kinzie will feature a product for every area of the kitchen, the company says. These new faucets include a wall-mounted pot filler, pre-rinse, pull-down, and pull-down prep faucets. Chrome, satin black, stainless steel, and the brand new brushed bronze finish will be available for all products in the Kinzie line.
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Wall-mounted pot filler in brushed bronze from the Kinzie collection
Inspired by industrial-era plumbing, Gerber says the Kinzie collection offers a touch of modern style, bringing a sense of “urban loft living” to the kitchen. Modern has been an ever-growing style, according to the National Kitchen and Bath Association, and has beat out transitional and contemporary styles amongst bathrooms this year.
Both the faucets and the wall-mounted pot filler look like pipes with unions and elbows but finished with clean, sleek touches. The pot filler offers cold water supply only and can fold back into the wall when not in use.
The Lemora line is more contemporary, the company says, with its blend of clean lines and subtle curves. Nature emerged as this collection’s main inspiration, and its subtle flow between linear and curved silhouettes comes from the harmony of the outdoors, Gerber says.
Lemora one-piece elongated toilet
Available in early December, Lemora is made for the bathroom and features single-handle and widespread sink faucets, several tub and shower solutions, and two-piece and one-piece toilets.
The two toilets are available now and have a fully skirted concealed trapway and tight tank-to-bowl fit, Gerber says. Both toilets are ADA-compliant and WaterSense certified, meaning the toilets are water-efficient, as certified by the United States Environmental Protection Agency.
Flushing is silent, thanks to Gerber’s QuietClean flushing system that also doubles as a bowl cleaner with its dual rim jets, the company says. The soft-close seat is top-mounted and has a quick-release with a chrome-plated tank lever.
Lemora faucet in satin black
All faucets in the Lemora collection will have a laminar flow, which helps create a water stream without splashes. A ceramic disc valve keeps the faucets from dripping as well.
The new brushed bronze finish will not only be available for the Kinzie line, but the well-loved Parma and Vaughn collections as well. Gerber says this finish can add a metallic, glowy pop that pairs well with bold colors and patterns, or even soft neutrals.
According to the company, the finish coats the product through a Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD) technology. This technology creates the most durable and long-lasting finish available because it molecularly bonds to the surface.
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Parma Bridge faucet in brushed nickel
Launching mid-November, the Parma collection will now offer the new Bridge faucet. Bridge adds a contemporary flair, the company says. Its silhouette is minimalistic and features slim cylindrical details. It will be available in chrome, stainless steel, satin black, or brushed bronze.
All Gerber products are covered by the company’s lifetime limited warranty for manufacturing defects.