Founded by Samuel Grogins in 1925 in Danbury, Connecticut, Waterworks Studio has an impressive history of making bathroom accessories that are inspired in design and deliberately edited for effortless simplicity. The Waterworks Studio range of fittings, surfaces, furnishings and fixtures tells the story for itself: luxuriously plush 650-gram double dobby towels, hand-forged faucets made by artisans in Normandy, France; Californian ceramic tiles; apothecary cabinets made in the USA by master cabinetmakers using 18th-century French polishing techniques and much more. Water Works Studio keeps its focus on quality by sourcing from across the globe -- whether it’s Egyptian cotton, custom-blown glass from the Venetian island of Murano or black walnut wood from right here in the USA -- and finding the right artisans to turn these raw materials into purposeful, refined bath accessories, fit for any home.
Your powder room can have all the Turkish-cotton towels, plush mats, glittering fixtures, and marble accents out there, but if it’s not organized, it’ll fall short. Luckily, these organization essentials will ensure that your bath is as functional as it is attractive. There are also plenty of stylish accents to complete the look.
With a network of small family workshops in Italy and throughout the world, Labrazel produces one-of-a-kind luxury bath accessories. The work is done by artisans who specialize in a particular material or craft, and production quantities are limited to allow for traditional methods and meticulous finishing.
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