Decolav announces Matt Muenster bath vanity collection

Decolav announced its exclusive line of Matt Muenster bath furnishings, including vanities, lavatories and accessories. The new Decolav collection highlights Muenster’s design vision and creativity with eight new vanities and lavatories, which will debut in Spring 2014.

According to Decolav founder and president, Robert Mayer, the Matt Muenster collection has designs with the end-user in mind. “The Matt Muenster Collection solidifies his years of personal interactions with our target market, knowledge of unique materials, and versatile functionality to produce his inspiration. The 2014 Matt Muenster Collection is going to be an industry changer,” Mayer said.

Muenster earned an interior design degree from the University of Wisconsin at Madison. He honed his skills by designing restaurants, casinos, high-end residence and the Capitol Building in Angola. To date, he has hosted 65 episodes of BATHtastic!, followed by over 100 episodes of Bath Crashers, both series on DIY and HGTV Networks.

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Muenster’s prior use of Decolav products on his show and desire to have his own line of bathroom fixtures led to this partnership.

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