About Us

Learn more about our history, staff and expertise.

OUR STORY

In 1976 Maumee Supply opened The Kohler Bath House; the first plumbing fixture showroom of its kind in the region. Located in the heart of downtown Perrysburg, The Kohler Bath House served as a valuable resource to contractors and consumers for over thirty years. Displaying the latest products and style trends our showroom has long been considered the premier source for selecting fixtures for your bath and kitchen. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff receives continuous training to provide our customers exceptional service.

Over the years in an effort to keep up with style and trends the showroom went through many changes to better serve our customers, though nothing was more exciting and extensive than our recent remodel. In May 2006 we began an expansion and renovation that would forever change our showroom. A year later our showroom is bigger and better than ever. We have a new look and name; Waterhouse bath & kitchen studio. Among the many new features, our showroom now offers the largest selection of working product in the tri state area. This allows our customers to see how a certain shower head, lavatory faucet, kitchen faucet, or whirlpool will perform in their home. In striving to better meet the needs of our customers we are open six days a week and have evening hours until seven on Mondays and Thursdays, as well as Saturday hours from 10-4. Our sales staff is also willing to come in during closed business hours to meet with clients at their convenience.

Waterhouse bath & kitchen studio’s mission is to be the premier provider of superior bath and kitchen fixtures. Our endeavor is to offer a destination unlike any other that provides cutting edge style, innovative design, and unmatched expertise. We strive to accommodate varied tastes and needs. In doing so, we hope to enhance our customer’s homes and ultimately their lives.

Dion Wilson

Manager

Dion has been with the showroom and its parent company Maumee Supply for over 17 years. He became Manager in 2003. He oversaw the showroom’s remodel and extensive renovation. His vision: to bring a destination to Northwest Ohio unlike any before - rivaling showrooms found in New York and Chicago.


That vision became Waterhouse bath & kitchen studio. Dion has an associate degree in Interior Design from Davis College. He is extremely passionate about the plumbing fixture industry and about design.


dion.wilson@waterhousebks.com

Julie Williams

Associate

Maumee Supply and its showroom Waterhouse bath kitchen studio are a family owned business. Julie is the 3rd generation of that very family. Julie has a bachelor’s degree in Business from Ohio University. She started with Maumee Supply during college working in the warehouse during breaks from school and in the summer.


After graduating from college in 2006 she continued with Maumee Supply where she subsequently began working at the showroom in 2007. Julie is constantly studying new products so she can use that knowledge to better help her customers choose products best suited for their homes.


julie.williams@waterhousebks.com

Lyndsey Samson

Associate

Lyndsey began working at Waterhouse bath & kitchen studio in December of 2005. While working at the showroom, Lyndsey attended Bowling Green State University. In 2006, she graduated with a degree in Interior Design and a minor in Marketing.


It is Lyndsey’s goal to help her customers find products that not only meet their needs, but help them design their perfect space. With her background in Interior Design, Lyndsey is able to imagine the space the customer is dreaming of, help extrapolate on an idea, design a complete and unified space, and help choose products to make it a reality.


lyndsey.samson@waterhousebks.com

Ally Addis

Associate

Ally joined the Waterhouse team in the fall of 2011. While being the newest showroom associate, she is no stranger to bath and kitchen fixtures.


Ally graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Interior Design from Bowling Green State University in 2009. During her time at Bowling Green she served her interior design internship with Waterhouse bath and kitchen studio. The internship sparked her passion for the kitchen and bath design industry. Ally learned that a faucet could be more than just a faucet, but could actually serve as jewelry for the bathroom.


Ally strives to understand the client’s needs and personalities to assure their vision is carried throughout every project. She makes a conscience effort to incorporate her love of design into every bath and kitchen project she works on.


ally.addis@waterhousebks.com