House of Rohl Acquires Emtek and Schaub

Published: February 24, 2024

This year at KBIS, House of Rohl is excited to announce the expansion of its brand portfolio and the debut of new luxury plumbing collections that seamlessly blend richness, heritage and design.

House of Rohl proudly welcomes the recently acquired brands Emtek and Schaub, leaders in personalized hardware for cabinets and doors, into its portfolio. Emtek, an innovator in premium residential door and cabinet hardware, is assembled to order in Los Angeles, providing customers with endless opportunities to customize the products for every project. Schaub cabinet hardware is created with passion and expert craftsmanship – every piece is rich in design details that will make a home truly stand apart. Bringing these brands into the family enables the company to expand its position as a trailblazer in luxury plumbing in the kitchen and bath and helps deliver on the vision of becoming the leader in luxury décor throughout the home.

New, exquisitely crafted kitchen and bath collections that bring to life artistry, provenance and passion will be displayed at KBIS as well. The latest offerings empower homeowners to curate a luxurious living space with the brands within House of Rohl: Riobel, Perrin & Rowe, Shaws, Victoria + Albert and ROHL. “House of Rohl is all about elevated design and showcasing how homeowners and designers can move throughout our portfolio to curate the kitchen, bath and ultimately whole home of their dreams,” said Rachel Roberts, Vice President of Luxury Marketing. “Our latest products and collections deliver on the consumer need for quality performance and craftsmanship, while highlighting our evolution into a portfolio of luxury décor brands.”

Photo credit: Emtek by House of Rohl

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