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allows its shower heads to use up to 60 percent less water than competing models. Vola em- phasizes the importance of the waterfall shower, a refreshing splash of cool water to finish out any spa or shower experience. For those with a preference for minimalism, Fantini is all about simplicity—in form and function. When it comes to faucets and


fixtures, Hoag has seen a per- sistent preference for polished chrome, polished nickel and satin nickel; but clients occa- sionally opt for satin brass, satin bronze or satin gold for a more daring statement. Dornbracht


offers a wide variety of faucet finishes, including high-gloss gold, copper and rose gold, in its selection of pull-out and pull- down kitchen faucets. When it comes to doors, both interior and exterior, TKO offers some of the finest up- scale options, including Rocky Mountain Hardware, perfect for both the contemporary cottage and the refined farmhouse; FSB, which focuses on creating door handles that feel good in the hand alongside accompanying locksets, hinges and door pulls; and Designer Doorware, which makes a point of keeping pace


with cutting-edge architectural trends.


Hoag ensures TKO has a


broad repertoire of products to meet a wide range of requests. “Each project is unique, and I feel so privileged to work with such creative, talented individu- als,” Hoag says.


The team at TKO works hard to develop a strong partnership with each client on every proj- ect. TKO is not restricted nor rewarded based on its sales of any particular line, so the team’s sole focus is to fit the needs of each client and project. TKO works exclusively with


the trade, supporting both the American Institute of Architects and the American Society of Interior Designers. However, the TKO showroom is open to the public, and the TKO team is happy to provide information to anyone who stops by to browse. 2


TKO ASSOCIATES


1617 Hi Line Drive, Suite 230 Dallas, TX 75207 214-741-6060 tkoassoc.com


Krista Franks Brock is a freelance writer and editor in Dallas. For more information, visit kristafranksbrock .wordpress.com.


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