Renowned kitchen and bathroom fixtures brand Kohler has opened its first Canadian Kohler Signature store, in Vancouver. The 5,000 square foot retail space is located in the city’s upscale ‘South Granville’ retail area.
Located at 1606 West Broadway (corner of West Broadway and Fir Street), the store is owned and operated by EMCO Corporation. The retail space provides an upscale shopping atmosphere, as well as expert customer service. Consumers and design professionals are provided a hands-on opportunity to experience the latest kitchen and bathroom products exclusively from the Kohler Co. brands.
Eye-catching displays of kitchen and bathroom fixtures are featured in a variety of contemporary, transitional and classic designs. In addition to faucets, sinks, showerheads, bathtubs, toilets, tile and other premium kitchen and bathroom products from the Kohler Co. collections, customers can experience working faucets, showers and bathtubs and peruse an eclectic series of fully designed room layouts that replicate real-life settings and feature cutting-edge technology.
Customers can schedule varying levels of project support from complementary, two dimensional space and project planning to fee-based, in-home consultations and delivery options.
David Kohler, President and Chief Executive Officer, explained the KOHLER Signature Store experience as, “delivering to our customers a full-service shopping and design experience that allows them to appreciate the quality of gracious living that has been a hallmark of Kohler Co. since its inception.”
“We are excited to offer Canadians a 100 per cent Kohler Co. experience, and we’re very proud that Vancouver was chosen as the very first KOHLER Signature Store location in Canada,” says George Corning, Region Manager, EMCO Corporation. “With hundreds of beautiful products on display, an inviting store layout, and comprehensive design services, Canadians will gain inspiring ideas and guidance for their own kitchen and bathroom renovations. And we’re conveniently located in a very high-traffic and design-oriented retail area of the city.”