BATHROOM & KITCHEN TODAY08 Oct 2019
Architecturally linear - inspired by tectonic plate motion
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The linear design is carried through the entire range, providing a bold signature design aesthetic to the collection, which is available in a selection of the Rogerseller Natural Elements finishes. The collection features multiple length towel rails and shelves (with the option of custom tile inserts), a combination shelf and towel rail, angled and straight robe hooks, double or single paper holders with shelves and a vertical heated towel rail which provides greater heating efficiency. Each rail, shelf and robe hook is of equal height, allowing installation as a continuous linear feature wrapping around the bathroom.

 

About Rogerseller: Rogerseller is a leader in the finest bathware and kitchen cabinetry in the market. Alongside their core line-up of exclusively imported brands, they also design and manufacture their own premium collections. The company only partners with brands that are aligned to everything Rogerseller are passionate about – design, style, enduring quality and creativity. Key partnerships are with Catalano, Claybrook, Falper, Fantini, Hansgrohe, Kaldewei, Keuco and Valcucine to name a few. Established in Melbourne in 1895, Rogerseller (or Rogers, Seller and Myhill as they were originally known) quickly became renowned as premium retailers, manufacturers and importers of mantelpieces, grates, sanitaryware, tiles and door furniture.

 

While the breadth of their product range has evolved throughout the times, their core essence has remained the same – a passion and commitment to offering timelessly designed, premium quality fixtures and fittings with an unprecedented level of service. To this day, this makes Rogerseller the destination for unique, memorable and design-inspired bathrooms and kitchens. Rogerseller services both big development projects as well as home renovations, and boasts three luxurious showrooms in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane where their state-of-the-art products are displayed.