New Product Alert: Graff is Mad for Marble

The revolutionary faucet maker’s new MOD+ collection is a gorgeous melding of brass and stone.

Graff is known for its precision-engineered kitchen and bathroom products so it’s no surprise that their new MOD+ bath collection makes a sleek and dynamic design statement. The range includes faucets, tub fillers and shower components, all of which exude the luxury we associate with the beauty of natural stone. The handles of MOD+ feature Tuscan marble in you choice of three shades—white, green and black—and over a dozen brass finishes for a spectacular array of custom options. There’s even a 24K-gold finish for clients who seek the ultimate in luxury.

Or, you’re free to choose a brass top disc instead of marble, in your choice of any of the metal finishes. Designers can even go a step further by interchanging finishes and materials within the fixtures, allowing a different finish for the spout and handle base—how’s that for flexibility! The clip on the side of the handles are also customizable. Label it with “hot” and “cold” or leave it blank for an even more minimalist look.

The collection exudes a wonderfully understated opulence, melding color, materiality and functionality for a design that’s undeniably distinctive. It’s a fantastic new range from the Milwaukee-based heritage brand on the cusp of their centennial in just a few years. We love all the combinations we’ve seen so far. But what will you make? Will you make choices for a monochromatic look, or go high contrast with your marble-metal selections? Pay us a visit and play with the options! We can’t wait to see what you come up with.

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