Universal appeal: New luxury suite by ROHL

California faucet, sink and fixtures manufacturer ROHL launched three new bath suites, each influenced by the New Zealand landscape. The introductions include Wellsford, Matheson and Caswell. The suites also include an array of vitreous china fixtures that complement the latest designs.

Designed with universal characteristics, Wellsford boasts smooth curves reminiscent of the Auckland landscape. Wellsford is available in a three-hole lavatory mixer, four-hole deck mount tub filler, pressure balance shower, thermostatic spa shower mixer and matching accessories.

Matheson is named for Lake Matheson, which has reflecting views of New Zealand’s highest peaks, Aoraki and Mount Tasman. The pyramidal form and sharp edges provide a pronounced statement. This style also comes in a three-hole lavatory mixer, four-hole deck mount tub filler, pressure balance shower mixer, thermostatic spa shower mixer and matching accessories.

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Meanwhile, Caswell is inspired by the surrounding cool waters and landscape of the Caswell Sound in the South Island of New Zealand. It comes in a single-hole lavatory mixer, three-hole lavatory faucet and floor standing tub filler in addition to the same offerings as its suite mates.

All collections are available in polished chrome, polished nickel and satin nickel finishes.

ROHL offers faucets, sinks and fixtures. Headquartered in Irvine, Calif., the ROHL line includes a range of faucets, fixtures, shower components and accessories.

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