Wetstyle makes a splash with new showroom
June 13, 2021 | 2:36 pm CDT
Wetstyle Showroom

Wetstyle's new 11,600-square-foot showroom is located within its corporate headquarters.

Photo By Adrien Williams

SAINT-BRUNO-DE-MONTARVILLE, Quebec – Wetstyle, a manufacturer of bath fixtures and furnishings for the North American market, celebrated the grand opening of its new showroom to architects, designers, and the general public for the first time.

The 11,600-square-foot showroom is located within Wetstyle’s corporate headquarters.

The showroom displays 19 bathtub models, nine furniture collections, and more than 30 sinks. Many of the bathtubs and sinks feature Wetmar BiO, Wetstyle’s proprietary material made with soy and mineral stone. All of the vanities are made using FSC certified woods that feature low to no VOC adhesives at Wetstyle’s furniture factory in Montreal’s Rosemont district.

Wetstyle Deco Vanity Collection
Wetstyle manufactures its Deco Vanity collection and other wood furnishings at its manufacturing facility in Montreal's Rosemont district.

Atelier Moderno, the winner of the Grands Prix du Design 2020 award, designed the contemporary showroom.

“The showroom is the face of our beautiful finished products, and we have succeeded in creating a space that captures the essence of that beauty,” said Mark Wolinsky, president of Wetstyle. “It’s also a vehicle for exhibiting the tremendous level of detail, craftsmanship, and passion invested in the making of our award-winning products.”

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