Waterworks’ newly renovated Georgetown showroom displays an array of lighting and hardware options.
 The collection includes richly painted kitchen cabinets and stainless-steel sinks.
The new showroom highlights timeless accessories.
 Finely honed surfaces and pot racks are on display.
The new showroom highlights timeless accessories.
 Finely honed surfaces and pot racks are on display.

Cachet: New Direction

Waterworks’ latest collection delves way beyond the kitchen sink

After a major renovation, the Waterworks showroom in Cady’s Alley opened its doors on March 26 to celebrate a new era. The company launched Waterworks Kitchen—a comprehensive collection crafted with the same quality and attention to detail as the bath lines for which Waterworks is known. “Creating a new kind of kitchen experience is a natural development,” said CEO Peter Sallick. “Our approach to the kitchen is the same as our approach to the bath: We provide a complete range of exceptional items that allow you to fully design and customize your space.”

Stunning kitchen vignettes show off American-made cabinetry, available in natural and richly painted finishes; an array of sinks in stainless steel, copper, stone and fireclay; iconic faucets and fittings; and myriad surfaces, from cement tile to stone, glass, wood, and terracotta. Fine linens, heirloom-quality pots and Lazy Susans crafted from reclaimed wine barrels are icing on the cake. 3314 M Street, NW; 202-333-7180. waterworks.com