Product /
Dec 4, 2017

Speakman, Designer Clodagh Collaborate on New Faucet Collection

The Clodagh Collection by Speakman

All images courtesy of Speakman

Speakman, a Delaware-based manufacturer of shower and plumbing products, has announced The Clodagh Collection, an eponymous line of faucets made with the renowned designer.

For the inaugural line in their design relationship, the Clodagh worked closely with Speakman’s lead designer, Jeff Harwanko. The result was a simple faucet abiding by Clodagh’s personal design discipline of “life-enhancing minimalism.” The minimal, curved spout is paired with one of three sturdy handle choices: the blade and lever handles, both ADA-compliant, or a cross-shaped design.

“At Speakman, our mission is to create plumbing fixtures that offer timeless design with unwavering performance,” says Kristin Barclay, vice president of product and marketing at Speakman. “When we partner with other designers, we search for those who share this passion. And for us, there was no greater collaborator than Clodagh.”

Clodagh and Harwanko

Clodagh and Harwanko

The line is available in eight finishes, including polished chrome, polished nickel, polished brass, brushed nickel, brushed bronze, aged brass, oil-rubbed bronze, and matte black. It features a WaterSense-certified 1.2-gpm flow rate, stainless steel hose connections, and lead-free brass construction.

The collection will be available starting Jan. 1 through Speakman’s website. Four finishes will also be added to home retailer Rejuvenation’s top-selling Yaquina line of bath plumbing and hardware. The aged brass finish is exclusively available through Rejuvenation.

Upon its availability, trade and contract customers will be able to order The Clodagh Collection in four finishes at a discount via rejuvenation.com/content/trade.

See more kitchen+bath news from Products magazine here.

 

Add new comment

Plain text

  • No HTML tags allowed.
  • Web page addresses and e-mail addresses turn into links automatically.
  • Lines and paragraphs break automatically.
Overlay Init