The Watermark Collection | On Brassware

For a bold new take on brassware this autumn, prepare to discover the new arrivals from The Watermark Collection.

Beautifully crafted and handmade in Brooklyn, New York, every piece of brassware is precisely machined and worked on from solid brass, meticulously hand-finished and assembled to order. Available to order in 22 different specialist finishes, if decision making isn’t your strong point, it’s going to be hard work deciphering which luxurious finish to choose. 

The following walk-in shower space – part of a bathroom space designed by interior architect, Sophie Roussel – celebrates the new brassware arrivals in quiet luxury. As part of an entire house refurbishment which the interior architect describes as having “a great sense of Zen and comfort with a neutral colour palette.” 

This particular finish, ‘Elements’ from The Watermark Collection was specified across the project and placed throughout both the bathrooms and kitchens, picking up on the architect’s thread of inspiration: textured, quietly decadent spa’s in Marrakech. This type of minimalist, textured interior forms the ideal backdrop for the ‘Elements’ concept by The Watermark Collection which is notably completely customisable, composed of modular bases, inserts and covers in varying materials. The interior architect’s specification for this particular project paired beautifully finished Carrara marble with the Charcoal finish, and highlighted further with Copper detailing. 

Discover more from The Watermark Collection and it’s new brassware arrivals here

Products featured:

Elements thermostatic ¾” shower mixer in Charcoal with a Carrara marble cover and Polished Copper scallop (ELE52): Price from: £877

Elements 2-way flow control diverter valve in Polished Copper with a Carrara marble cover and Charcoal scallop (ELE54): Price from: £710

Elements wall mounted handshower set with slimline handshower in Charcoal (ELE43): Price from: £679

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