Everybody loves the elegance of Sherle Wagner. But if you don’t live in Dallas, Houston, LA, New York City or Miami – you may not have the luxury of walking through a Sherle Wagner showroom on a whim. That’s where I come in…. to take you on a visual tour through the Dallas showroom; it is too good not to share. Sherle Wagner incorporates extraordinary beauty into the utilitarian fixtures of household life, making mundane towel bars, basins, bathtubs, plumbing fixtures more appealing with precious metals, Italian marble, and polished stone.
Sherle Wagner Mantra: True Luxury requires deriving enjoyment from everyday experiences…
The company’s first plumbing introduction- a dolphin-head faucet plated in 24-karat gold remains a signature product in the Sherle Wagner International portfolio.
Sherle Wagner’s Tiger Eye always calls to me, literally every time I walk into the showroom… never just any piece of tiger eye- the quality of materials is always among the best you have ever seen. Tiger eye comes in navy too, by the way…
Sherle Wagner believes that the bathroom should serve as an outlet for creative expression – outfitted with precious stones and exotic materials. The company encourages creative expression of designers/clients, doing a considerable amount of custom work.
From another angle… note the precision of cuts. The fact that anyone can order something so extraordinary, that this is not just a one time accomplishment….blows my mind. All of these various gemstones have their own cleavage patterns. It is hard to wrap my head around how Sherle Wagner can make the above faucet happen again and again. Truly amazing.
Sherle Wagner is a family owned business, launched in 1945 by Sherle and Rose Wagner, creating a legacy that remains associated with opulent bath fixtures, accessories and hardware. The business began as a small shop specializing in closet fittings. Imagine starting this business during this humble era of post depression and war, when manufacturing was cheap and all about mass production. Sold off at one point, the company was bought back by the family so quality would be upheld in the line.