Crescent Plumbing Supply Co.
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*Authorized KALLISTA Plumbing Dealer*

For over 150 years, Crescent Plumbing Supply Co. has made it a goal to provide the highest quality plumbing supplies and service to our customers.

We will work with you and your plumber, (contractor, designer, etc.) from planning and design stage to fixture selection, and through project completion. We strive to help you execute your project properly and efficiently, and to provide superior plumbing supplies that fit your style and budget.

We specialize in exceptional product knowledge for both residential and commercial projects. Visit our beautiful boutique style showroom and allow one of our experienced custom home specialists to guide you through the process so you can make your plan a reality.

Services Provided
Plumbing Fixtures, Kitchen & Bath Fixtures, Fixtures Sales

Certifications and Awards
Certifications and Affiliations: Certified Green Professionals, Home Builders Association of St. Louis, National Association of Home Builders, National Kitchen & Bath Association
St. Louis City's Luxury Plumbing Fixture Showroom I Since 1905

Location: 640 Rosedale
St. Louis, MO 63112
Typical Job Costs: $1,000 - $150,000
Commented: Adding glamour ? Think about replacing the faucets. You have 4" centerset faucets currently, so look for the same type of faucet so you would not need to change the sink/vanity. Here is a link to some from Kohler...
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Commented: are these still available in the green color Thanks for your interest, Lisa. Sorry, they are not. This color was discontinued in 2013 after Kohler came out with the next-generation cast-iron colors. Here is the link to the sink and its avail...
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Commented: Fad or enduring Thanks for your interest. Farmhouse sinks have been prominent for over a decade now, and manufacturers have expanded into design styles all over the board. The clean lines on the Whitehaven Hayridge w...
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Commented: Do these chairs and this table work together? I agree with the above comments. The table calls for a sleeker chair.
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