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Sunday, November 21, 2010



I like 'em! Nice line up of fixtures.


Those forged brass taps look so unique. I love the solid chunk styling.

Tony DiOrio

Hello Kelly - I was just made aware of your article -- Great job! -- Yes I too would have gone with the cross-handles with porcelain tabs - Im still on the hunt for just the right handles - I'e been going through bins of old plumbing fixtures and handles looking for just the right ones. Yes my plumbing and faucets were based on the Sonoma Forge designs.

Thank you so much for visiting the site - banging out the sink was great fun as well- Ill have to show you how I handled building the copper bathtub and the free standing exposed shower plumbing fixture that I built based again on the Sonoma Forge design.

Thanks so much for the mention!

Tony DiOrio of Bearfort Lodge

Kelly M

Hi Tony - so glad you dropped by. It's always hard to find that last piece, isn't it? Can't wait to see the tub and shower. Stay in touch!


West plumbing has their own unique style of plumbing. The plumbing materials are one of a kind, it is decorative and for sure it functions properly.

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It sounds obvious, but some people get to the home improvement or remodeling center and suddenly realize they don’t have the faintest idea which fixtures they need. For instance, some sinks use a single knob to control both hot and cold water, but others have separate handles for each temperature.

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