A premium lifestyle brand, Villeroy and Boch is a European company that proudly celebrates its roots but also knows when to change and adapt to the times quickly without losing their sense of identity.
With avant-garde and contemporary products and interiors, Villeroy and Boch aim to be an inspiration to people with an eye for the good things in life. The future is here for deeply individual interior design.
History of the company
Villeroy and Boch started in 1748 as a ceramics producer. However, they soon expanded to become a lifestyle brand encompassing bathroom, wellness and tableware products. With over 270 years of experience, Villeroy and Boch makes good use of that experience but is also careful to adapt to rapidly changing times and consumer tastes. With this potent combination, they have become one of the premier names in European luxury.
Today, Villeroy & Boch maintain their historical headquarters in the Old Abbey, a former Benedictine monastery which was acquired by Jean-Francois Boch in 1809. This grand dame is located in the town of Mettlach, Germany, and is open for visitors to wander through and take in the fantastic history either by themselves or through informative and fascinating tours.
What Villeroy and Boch stands for
It’s hard not to be proud of tradition when a company is over 270 years old. But Villeroy and Boch aren't mired in the past, it is always looking to evolve by balancing tradition with innovation. The secret to this balancing act lies in research, knowing what their customers are looking for, and taking it one step further to designing products that their customers didn’t even know they were looking for.
Villeroy and Boch take pride in providing a luxury experience to their clients, and in providing inspiration for beautiful forward-thinking design. Their products are designed not only to wow but also to blend aesthetic appeal with functionality, and to stand the test of time.