The Story of O’Neil Ruppel
Why O’Neil Ruppel? Simple. We combine the most luxurious materials with beautiful design to elicit aesthetic pleasure in every glance, every touch, every day.
Your bathroom is an intimate space. It should evoke emotions of comfort – of home – while pushing the edges of traditional design to offer inspiration and joy in use. The details speak to a classic design, updated and fine-tuned with subtle changes that play on history while pushing the forward edge of design consciousness. Whether the mood is playful or pure sophistication, classic is always part of the equation, with scale, color and detail adding the special elements that make your bathroom an enticing living space.
O’Neil Ruppel grew out of the need to provide more personalized, expressive options for clients that weren’t finding the full experience they wanted in the traditional retail market. For years, we’ve helped discerning buyers choose high-end bath fittings, tile and faucetry at Renaissance Tile. Inspired by an understanding of the unique products our clients wanted and our own aesthetic vision, the O’Neil Ruppel brand was born. Clients responded with enthusiasm, finding limitless customization options that allow them to paint a portrait reflecting their personal style and cosmopolitan outlook. Though the brand has expanded rapidly, the core vision has remained constant, finding connection and loyalty in our shared commitment to building a rewarding experience for our clients.
We find inspiration all around us. Using natural materials, juxtaposed finishes and sophisticated subtle colors, we create something unique for each customer by offering hundreds of different options so you can choose the styles that tell your individual story. And in helping you refine and express your vision, we are often surprised to see what will work together to create timeless yet thoroughly modern domestic environments you can enjoy each day. That’s the fun thing for us. That is the story of O’Neil Ruppel.
“I go for beauty. I believe in beauty…to me, a beautiful piece works. I don’t have to integrate function because it is an inherent part of the design. I never think about a particular piece from the standpoint of function, but it becomes that way organically. It’s in the details.”
— David O’Neil