Since 1989, Newport Brass has produced some of the finest solid-brass faucets and fixtures on the market, and we’re proud to say that they're a California company. (They're also a sister company to luxury bath accessories manufacturer Ginger.) The incredible variety of styles they produce makes them one to always consider when looking for kitchen or bath fixtures. Their period styles range from Victorian to Art Deco, and there are boldly contemporary fixtures of both rectilinear and curving form, too. Adding to your options, collections are designed with mixing and matching in mind, and with dozens of finishes available you can truly create the look you want. And now with the arrival of two new bathroom collections, Kirsi and Pavani, there’s even more to consider.
The Kirsi collection offers a sleek, mitered-edge design perfect for a modern bathroom, with angular lever handles that echo its clean-lined form. The latest faucet to join the new Pavani collection offers a more elongated, arcing silhouette for a softer contemporary look, and also pairs perfectly with the same levers as the Kirsi to create a dynamic interplay of shapes. Both collections include lavatory faucets, tub and shower systems, Roman tub fillers, and accessories. Plus, they’re ADA compliant and eco-friendly, meeting both CALGreen and WaterSense standards. Newport Brass also recently added an ultra-architectural tub filler to its Skylar collection and a dual-temperature fixture to its popular Metropole kitchen line. The dual-temp system quickly and efficiently delivers hot and cold filtered water, and its hexagonal base and levers offer great transitional look that’s perfect for any kitchen style.
Perhaps it’s Newport Brass’ incredible versatility that’s won them so many fans. We were thrilled to see the company’s Chesterfield collection used by designer Suzy Kloner in her nursery bathroom at the Pasadena Showcase House and its East Linear kitchen faucet used in celebrity chef Lulu Powers’ outdoor flower sink in the May issue of House Beautiful magazine. Visit our showrooms to experience Newport Brass in person, and follow them on Instagram to see the latest debuts, finishes, and how so many designers are using their products.