While it’s easy to focus on fittings and finishes for kitchens and baths, it’s important not to neglect some of the niche spaces of the home that can actually make big design statements. We visited other areas of the home, including butler’s pantries, laundry rooms, and home bars (perhaps the most fun of all) to see how top designers made Waterworks products shine throughout.
Jute designed this colorful laundry room with Waterworks pieces in Hillsborough, California.
The home bar area of an apartment on New York’s Upper West Side by Mendelson Group, Inc., featuring Waterworks’ Architectonics field tile.
A farmhouse sink by Waterworks in a charming laundry room designed by Erin King Interiors.
A light-filled potting shed near San Francisco by Haver & Skolnick Architects.
The bar area of a home in Spartanburg, South Carolina, by Charlotte Lucas Interior Design.
Historical Concepts painstakingly renovated the traditional interiors of this classic South Carolina home with Max Crosby Construction.
The serving area of an apartment on the 52nd floor of San Francisco’s Millennium Tower, designed by Suzanne Tucker / Tucker & Marks.
The outdoor shower of a luxe pool house, designed by Marguerite Rodgers.
Eva Quateman designed this traditional butler’s pantry with pieces by Waterworks, including the Calais One Hole Faucet.