Rogerseller - Habitusliving.com
For over 110 years, Rogerseller has been a name synonymous with design.
Supplying the finest bathware, kitchen and wellness spaces in the market, we design and manufacture our own premium collections alongside a core line-up of exclusively imported brands. Rogerseller is now proud to announce another new arrival – Lema, completely customizable wardrobes, living and furniture systems.
So while the breadth of our product range has evolved throughout the times, our 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. Which makes us, still to this day, the destination for unique, memorable and design-inspired solutions for the entire home. It’s time to look again at Rogerseller.
The Arthur and Tyrian Apartments Are Fit for Royalty
The idea of living like royalty was a core element in the design of Hallmarc’s Arthur and Tyrian Apartments, with the apartments named after Prince Arthur, the Duke of Connaught and Strathearn and the son of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert referencing this.
Paddington House is a leafy sanctuary in the midst of Sydney, built on the site of an existing 1970s house by Connor and Solomon Architects, and re-interpreting modern terrace living.
A Luxury Apartment in Brisbane’s Newstead
Newstead has historically been a Brisbane precinct filled with warehouses in a prime inner-city location, and the new Lumira Apartments strike a careful balance of luxury living while honouring the industrial aesthetic.
Latest Italian Furniture From Lema
Lema has a long legacy of producing quality designs with a distinctive aesthetic that melds form and functionality in timeless pieces. Collaborating with designers across the world, the latest offerings from Lema uphold this tradition, continuing to set the bar high for modern design. Rogerseller is proud to introduce these pieces to Australia.
Placing Green Sustainability in the Bathroom
Whether designing for commercial, residential or hospitality projects, there are universal considerations when specifying bathroom products. Budget, timeframe and quality are always key concerns, but another feature has become just as integral to every specification: sustainability.