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Published: Thursday, February 21, 2013, 12:01 a.m.
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Redesign hides the ugly shower drain

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California Faucets' StyleDrain is designed to blend with the shower mosaic tile.

    MCT California Faucets' StyleDrain is designed to blend with the shower mosaic tile.

  • California Faucets' StyleDrain is shown with basketweave tile.

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    California Faucets' StyleDrain is shown with basketweave tile.

California Faucets has a solution for disguising one of the least attractive parts of a shower: the drain. The company's StyleDrain Tile is designed to accept an inlay of tile or stone that matches the shower floor, making the drain less noticeable.
The frames are made of brass and are available in five decorative finishes. Prices range from $397 to $589, depending on the finish.
Dealers can be found in the "Where to buy" section of www.calfaucets.com.
(Locally, the StyleDrain Tile may be ordered through Keller Supply Co., 2924 Chestnut St., Everett. Call 425-259-0181 for more information.)

-- Mary Beth Breckenridge
Akron Beacon Journal
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