Kohler Introduces New Tone Bathroom Faucet Collection
Crafted from premium metal for unmatched durability and resistance to corrosion and tarnishing, the Tone bathroom collection offers dynamic beauty with a fresh take on mid-century modern style. With clean lines and a soft teardrop shape, the Tone collection brings an unmistakable warmth to minimalism. The unique two-tone finish option exceeds expectations and adds bold confidence to any transitional bathroom.
Like its corresponding kitchen collection, Tone encourages the expression of individuality with faucets offered in various sizes and configurations. The Tone bathroom collection consists of five faucet, shower and tub options, including a freestanding tub filler and accessories for a coordinated look. The collection is offered in six different finish options: Polished Chrome, Brushed Nickel, Brushed Modern Brass, Matte Black and two-tone options, Matte Black/Polished Chrome and Matte Black/Brushed Modern Brass. For a cohesive look, match Tone faucets with the complementary line of bathroom accessories, including Kohler Lighting.
To learn more about the Tone bathroom collection, please visit kohler.com.
About Kohler Co.
Founded in 1873 and based in Kohler, Wis., Kohler Co. is one of America’s oldest and largest privately held corporations, with more than 40,000 associates. With over 50 manufacturing sites worldwide, Kohler is a global leader in the design, innovation and manufacture of kitchen and bath products; luxury cabinets, tiles and fixtures; motors, generators and clean energy solutions; and owner/operator of two five-star hotel and golf destinations in Kohler, Wis.and St. Andrews, Scotland. by Kohler Whistling Straits golf course recently hosted the 43rd Ryder Cup. The company also develops solutions to address pressing issues, such as clean water and sanitation, for underserved communities around the world to improve the quality of life for current and future generations. For more details, please visit kohlercompany.com.
Jillian RosoneKohler Public Relations