Kitchen and bath faucet manufacturer Graff has developed a new line of products with industrial aesthetic that draws inspiration from classic motorcycles.
In aditin to offering an on-trend style, the new Harley collection is intended to revolutionize ergonomics in the bathroom, the brand says.
“Conceptualized by Graff’s G+ Design Studio, the faucet’s handle offers a unique eclecticism and adaptability to contemporary and technical environments,” the company says. “Each element of the faucet was carefully considered and crafted to prevent slipping and prompt ease of use.”
The ergonomic shape of the handle serves as the basis for this design, allowing users to grip it in a variety of ways. Each faucet has internal workings that also create a seamless user experience, the company adds, “with the internal, progressive cartridge transitioning water temperature with a simple turn of the handle, minimizing any unnecessary use of hot water.”
Harley comes in a wide variety of styles and configuration, including one-, two-, or three-hole versions of the sink, bathtub and bidet; wall, floor or deck-mounted models; and a linear lever option, which is knurled for a user-friendly handle.
“A first for the brand, the Harley Collection portfolio of offerings includes a two-hole lavatory faucet ideal for narrow spaces, as well as powder rooms and laundry rooms,” Graff says. “The revised footprint of the faucet enhances the user experience and applicability of the collection’s designs.”
The Harley collection is available in a wide variety of finishes, including Onyx, Gunmetal, Olive Bronze, and Brushed Gold.
Unique to the Harley Collection, the faucet handles are available in three stunning two-tone finish options, Polished Chrome with Onyx and Polished Nickel with Onyx, and Brushed Gold with Onyx.