INDIANAPOLIS - Born out of the desire to capture a fresh take on traditional styling, Brizo®, the faucet brand for the fashion forward, expands its traditional offering with the Baliza® bath collection. Baliza means "beacon" in Portuguese, and as its name suggests, the clean, simple lines of the collection were inspired by lighthouses and their iconic nautical beacons.
"As the interest in traditionally styled products continues, designers are redesigning and reinterpreting familiar objects in new and fresh ways," said Judd Lord, director of industrial design for Brizo brand. "Baliza was designed with this purpose in mind. Simple yet elegant, the collection possesses a slightly unique architecture from what has historically been available."
The Baliza collection includes a full suite that provides customization for the homeowner:
- Single-handle, single-hole
- Vessel single-handle, single hole (with riser)
- Wall mount raincan showerheads
- Medium Flow TempAssure® shower trims
- SensoriTM High Flow Thermostatic shower trims
- Optional cross and lever handles
- Three- and four-hole roman tubs
- 4-hole bidet
- Multi-function traditional handshower
Care in How It's Built
The Baliza bath collection lavatories are WaterSense® labeled and compliant with low-lead legislation. In addition, the new water-efficient 6-inch raincan showerhead features Brizo's H20kinetic Technology®, providing a warmer, more luxurious spray that uses less water by controlling water's shape, velocity and thermal dynamics - without sacrificing the user experience.
The Baliza bath collection is available in five finishes: Polished Chrome, Venetian Bronze®, Brilliance® Brushed Nickel, Brilliance® Polished Nickel, and Brilliance® Brushed Bronze, each available in a limited lifetime warranty. A complete line of complimentary traditional accessories is available to carry the distinctive design throughout the entire bath.
 WaterSense is a registered trademark of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
 California Health and Safety Code 116875 (AB 1953) and Vermont Law No. 193 (S152), mandate that the weighted average lead content in pipes, fittings and fixtures used to convey drinking water cannot exceed 0.25% on wetted surfaces