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Over 100 guests gathered at the Waterworks 58th Street showroom in Manhattan to celebrate co-founder Barbara Sallick’s third book, The Perfect Bath, in which she explores how to design a dream bathroom. Other contributors to the project were also in attendance, along with Peter Sallick, CEO of Waterworks; Ralph Bennett, president of Waterworks; Thomas O’Brien, William Abranowicz, Lee Cavanaugh, Sarah Medford, Annie Block, Stephen Sills, Mark Ferguson, Suzanne Lovell, Charles Miner, Michael Boodro and Amanda Dameron.
“When Waterworks started in 1978, no one was interested in bathrooms,” says Barbara Sallick. “There were no showrooms; we made up the showroom business as we went along. In the nearly 40 years since, I’ve worked with countless designers as they have planned bathrooms for clients all over the country. In writing The Perfect Bath, I wanted to capture that experience and share it. The development of this book was truly a labor of love, and I’m so honored that so many designers shared their work with us and were able to be a part of this project.”