We offer a free design service in-store. Here is just a flavour of our recent customer plans to show the kind of images we can put together to show how your room will look when complete. Making an appointment is recommended but not always essential. Give us a call on 01204588411 to make your appointment!

If you don’t know one end of a tape measure from the other we also offer a free home measure service. With this, we can come out and take the measurements before inviting you in to complete the design with us in-store.

Computer designs are useful to see how items from our showroom displays, such as the new basin drawer unit and radiator in this image, will look in your own bathroom.
CAD lets you experiment with colour choice before it becomes a permanent feature in your home! Would you be bold enough to choose these copper effect wall panels for your shower backdrop?
When you want to see how much space you will have to bathe the kids, our CAD designs can show you. Seeing the bath screen and how it folds will make sure the layout works right for you. The double folding bath screen can be parked across the bath, or along the side, depending on how you want to use it, and when fully extended is the best way to keep the floor dry during a shower!
How is this look for a large ensuite? Dimmable lighting at night gives a welcoming glow. The light grey slate effect shower tray gives a softer feel than a stark white tray, the large s-shaped drawers in the vanity unit allow plenty of storage, and the alcoves behind the basin and in the shower provide more interest and handy shelves.
For this spacious bathroom, we paired the gloss tiles from Johnsons with the super matt finish on the Glide units from Crosswater. One of our favourite furniture ranges, and complimented by the anthracite radiator and 1000mm high mirror.
Planning a small room means a careful balance of product sizes and the computer design helps show exactly what space will be left for the room’s users!
Adding a seat in the shower can add a lot of “elbow room”, whilst giving a touch of luxury over what you would get in a conventional design. This seat allowed space to accommodate the gas meter cupboard in the corridor outside without compromising on space in the bathroom.
Taking out a bath and putting a large shower in has given the chance to add practical storage and Mermaid panels in to this design to replace a tired bathroom. Furniture from Rossendale’s Eco Bathrooms. A striking polished aluminium radiator with chrome towel hangers completes the look:
Taking out an airing cupboard to add a shower enclosure and a huge double-ended bath.
A traditional suite, classical tiles and a modern radiator give a homely feel.
Ensuite with a masculine feel.
A proper cloakroom, with both the downstairs WC and plenty of space for coats.
A bold colour scheme in this minimal shower room.
Update for a family bathroom with modern storage.
Lots of storage in this shower room.
L-shaped items in this space saving family bathroom, complete with wi-fi mirror.
Minimalist family bathroom with wall mounted vanity unit
Curves galore in this enlarged family bathroom.
Feature tile wall above bath.
Space in the shower for a tiled seat for a touch of luxury.
Pendant lights make the most of the high ceiling, and lit-up recesses set the mood.
Traditional furniture set with a bold tiled floor and half-tiled walls.
Wetroom with wood grain vanity unit and wall-hung WC.
A grand ensuite with steam room and freestanding bath.
Space from knocking through into separate WC allowed a much improved layout with furniture set and walk-in shower.
Easy-access shower with tiled seat.
Moving everything round to make space for a shower in a recess.
Proposed layout for extension with low ceiling and shower at far end
Small cloakroom with round window
Ensuite with over-stairs boxing utilised for washbowl and wall-mounted basin mixer
Family bathroom with large marble effect tiles
Wetroom with alcove for shampoo bottles
Large bathroom with freestanding bath and shower hidden behind wall