The Pullman Collection is timeless and we love the hand-applied metalwork that is placed into each panel. The end-product is a look which appears customized and almost like furniture. All cabinetry is built in the United States within small mills that have employed the same skilled cabinetmakers for generations.
The cabinets are made from the highest-grade American walnut, quarter-sawn white oak or maple. In addition, the joinery looks like art… it’s smooth and tight. Drawers are constructed of solid pieces vs. bits-and-pieces of wood melded together.
The luxury bath and kitchen brand has been around since 1978. Over the years, they’ve grown to have 15 showrooms in the US and the UK; plus, Waterworks products can also be found at luxury retailers and online. This merger has created the first fully integrated luxury home platform in the world… quite a feat!
For the past 40 years, it’s been the quality of materials which has distinguished Waterworks from other luxury suppliers. Perhaps that’s why Restoration Hardware CEO, Gary Friedman, envisioned that this merger would be great for it’s consumers.
Testing the showers… back “in the day”.
Image courtesy of: Waterworks
We love both Restoration Hardware and Waterworks, so we were delighted when hearing the news of this acquisition. The streamlined products within both companies are sure to be wonderful compliments of each other. It’s now doubt that new products will soon be introduced… and we can’t wait to see what they are!