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March 2012


The Collection: Tropical Paradise

Spring is a great time to introduce new warm colors into your decor to help chase away winter’s drab. Inspired by the scenic views, lush vegetation and the cool ocean breezes of our favorite year-round hot spots, tropical-inspired design…


Friends of Pfister: Kitchen Safety and Universal Design

As America gets older, aging in place is predicted to be a growing trend. Additionally, more families are opting to live in multi-generational homes. This means it’s important to perform a home safety check with special attention to universal…


General: Low Lead Compliant Faucets

Please welcome to the Pfister Kitchen & Bath Design Blog one of our online partners,, with a guest post. We’re excited to be able to share their expertise with you. A lot of our nation’s plumbing infrastructure was…


General: Popular Posts

We’re really pleased with all the participation we’ve seen in March on the Pfister Kitchen & Bath Design Blog. It’s been a fun five months and we are looking forward to many years of sharing lessons about how to…


Style Editor: Signature Sinks

“I’m remodeling my bathroom and love the look vessel faucets such as the Jaida and Ashfield from Pfister. I could use a little help in deciding which lavatory sink works best with trough faucets. What styles should I consider?” –…


Kitchen Solutions: Spring is in the Air

Spring is in the air which means now is the perfect time to open up the house and let the fresh air in. What better place to start than the kitchen? With the weather turning warmer our thoughts turn…


The Collection: Seaside Style

Sure, it’s been a pretty mild winter this year all around, but still somehow, the idea of a seaside escape is no less alluring just because snowstorm frequencies are way below average currently. A getaway to a spa-like beach…


Bath Time: New York Living

Few words conjure up visions of lavish living like “penthouse” does. Sure, there are some people who aspire to a cozy country abode with acreage as far as the eye can see, but for those of us who dream…