Since opening our doors in Melbourne in 1895, our continued passion for enduring quality and timeless design has resulted in a carefully curated portfolio of leading European brands which sit alongside our very own, award-winning locally designed and manufactured products for the bathroom and kitchen.
Originally renowned as a premium retailer, manufacturer and importer of mantelpieces, grates, sanitaryware, tiles and door furniture, our family-owned business quickly became a household name in the realm of premium bathroom fixtures and fittings, with many products from bygone years still adorning many exclusive residences and some of the most prestigious commercial developments in the nation to this day.
With a rich history spanning more than 125 years, Rogerseller has built incredibly strong relationships with like-minded brands, many of whom we still partner with today. Exclusive partnerships with Catalano, Claybrook, Falper, Fantini and Valcucine have led us to become Australia’s leading destination for European bathware and kitchen cabinetry. Working closely with each brand, Rogerseller curates products for the discerning and increasingly design-led Australian market, presenting unique designs not found elsewhere. Together with our own collections, every item distributed by Rogerseller represents the same passion for quality and an uncompromising approach to design and innovation.
At every turn, we aim to provide an unprecedented level of service to foster rewarding relationships with the Architecture and Design communities. We focus on offering solutions that are easy to use, timeless in design and give our clients what they value the most – the luxury of time.
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Furminger wraps a dilapidated weatherboard home in a new skin of heavy concrete and masonry walls that will withstand the elements.
Through the Looking Glass House by Ben Callery Architects presents an unconventional and playful solution to the constraints of a Victorian terrace.
An experimental “aqueous” concrete façade curves fluidly around Brush House, a Melbourne family home designed by Leeton Pointon Architects.
Providing shelter from the harsh coastal environment, D Residence is a multi-level concrete home in Scarborough, WA, designed by CAPA for a young, active family of avid surfers.
Navigating the significant challenges created by the elements of the Mornington Peninsula landscape, Peninsula House by Carr works with the surroundings to put the client’s extensive art collection at the forefront.
Designed by architect Victor Vasilev for Falper, the Fontana Freestanding Basin is a study of how intelligent design can transform an everyday functional item into an architectural element in its own right.
Quirky and luxurious, the unique shapes and forms of Rogerseller’s Eccentric collection offer individuality and distinction in the bathroom.
When asked about their favourite domestic space, most people would answer with their bedroom, living room, or perhaps their balcony in mind.
Bringing in unexpected splashes of colour can breathe personality into the bathroom.
Studio Prineas has given a quaint federation house in Sydney’s inner-east an extension on life, tactfully restoring it as the contemporary family home of four.
Citing strong growth in the recent 12 months, Winning Group has acquired Rogerseller expanding the business into the bathroom sphere.
The eternal quest for natural light in an inner-city terrace finds a unique design solution in Sydney at the hands of Brad Swartz Architects.
bureau^proberts director Terry McQuillan and his wife, interior designer Charlie McQuillan transformed a heritage-listed Brisbane worker’s cottage for the modern era.
House with a Tree Room by Studio Bright is the heart-warming renovation of a family’s heritage-listed property in Northcote, Melbourne.
The beginning of a new year comes hand in hand with a new set of trends, each destined to either fizzle or flourish. The way we see it, these six 2020 interior design trends are here to stay.
David Barr Architects opens up a heritage-listed Federation house to its spacious, sun-drenched site, transforming it into a modern family residence in the process.
Vodka Palace by Marcus Browne Architect is a cave-like spatial experience with a material palette that nods to the brutalist vernacular of Cottesloe, Perth.
A Potts Point renovation by Retallack Thompson Architects is an example of contemporary, inner-city living with details throughout that remember the historical context of the street.
Sunrise House, a beachfront home by MCK Architects on the South Coast of New South Wales, is designed for a family of four with a palette that withstands the coastal weather.
Bijl Architecture filled the gap between dream and reality to create a home for this family to enjoy for many years to come.
The memory of a weatherboard cottage has inspired this “gable-ended” courtyard house for an empty nester couple and their extended family.
Jost Architects knits a contemporary dwelling into the suburban fabric of Kew East, whilst capitalising on its unique, native settings.
Designed to respond to the diurnal rhythm of sunrise and sunset, this house floats immaterially above the ground.
Celebrating the prodigious beauty of its location, this beach house by Bark Architects embraces nature and champions passive design to establish a simple but bountiful life for family and friends.