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.
These elevated essentials will take your master suite from drab to fab.
Imbue your bath with a beachy, Greek-isle vibe—even if it’s anything but summery outdoors—with these towels and more featuring the classic pairing of blue and white. Subtly nautical-inspired, they’re perfect for the balmy time of year, but they’re clean and classic enough to remain relevant long past summer.
Expert craftsmanship and top quality materials are the hallmarks of anything that bears Waterworks’ name. The stylish accessories from Waterworks Studio are no exception. Here you’ll find marble tumblers, ceramic canisters, sculptural lidded jars, and more. There’s also a myriad of towels, in timelessly neutral tones like cream, sand, and rich charcoal gray.
Nothing says calm like a bathroom that's free from clutter. Free up your sink by stashing your combs, sponges, products, and more in these elegant boxes, jars, and dispensers. Pick up a couple of baskets and hampers while you're at it, and control that tower of towels. We’ve also got the big stuff taken care of: namely, stylish vanities that upgrade your bath from “meh” to fab in one fell swoop.