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Kitchen - Kitchen cabinet
Kitchen - Kitchen cabinet

The collection includes richly painted kitchen cabinets and stainless-steel sinks.

Dish - Vegetarian cuisine
Dish - Vegetarian cuisine

The new showroom highlights timeless accessories.

Kitchen - Interior Design Services
Kitchen - Interior Design Services

Finely honed surfaces and pot racks are on display.

Interior Design Services - Exhibit design
Interior Design Services - Exhibit design

Waterworks’ newly renovated Georgetown showroom displays an array of lighting and hardware options.

Cachet: New Direction

Waterworks’ latest collection delves way beyond the kitchen sink

Cachet: New Direction 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

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