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The George Morlan Plumbing Design Center in Portland, Ore., hosted a private “faucet fashion show” for about 200 building contractors and designers in February. Models from the local Saks Fifth Avenue posed and presented a sophisticated line of taps and faucets by Kallista, a high-end division of Kohler.
A temporary runway was set up in the warehouse space where George Morlan’s tub and whirlpool displays usually stand. The models presented about two dozen bath and kitchen fixtures. Kallista representatives were present to discuss their products.
Family-owned George Morlan Plumbing operates eight plumbing stores and showrooms around the state.