One of the big trends for 2019 will be hidden storage so we are very excited about these fabulous pocket doors from British brand Mereway.
The overall style for the bathroom is still one of luxury with natural materials and soft neutral shades. Colour is being introduced, though it is usually in a subtle way with accessories and brassware, rather than a big hit.
Jane and Phillip were so impressed with the new bathrooms that Roman Bathrooms had completed for friends and family that they had no hesitation in choosing us to refurbish the main bathroom in their bungalow.
One of the most common questions we are asked when working on kitchens is ‘how do I choose a worktop?’ The kitchen worktop is one of the most hardwearing items you need in a new kitchen so it must be robust and suitable for your needs, as well
Our latest bath display in the showroom proves that you can have a practical and accessible bathroom that also has bags of style. This new display includes a Carron swing ledge bath and a wet room shower area.
The trend for classic painted furniture in the bathroom is growing so we are delighted to have added this gorgeous Roseberry wall-mounted double drawer unit in peacock blue from Utopia to our showroom.
A wet room is often misunderstood with many homeowners thinking that it will be too difficult and expensive to install in their home.
Many of our customers want to future proof their bathroom when they choose to modernise it, as was the case with Mrs Petford in Romsley.
There is an exciting move in bathroom trends towards a more opulent feel and the good news is that it is easy to create the look in your bathroom, often by paying attention to the finishing touches such as the taps.
When designing a new bathroom, the practicalities of how easy it is to keep clean and maintain is something that is high on people’s priority list.