How often do you get to improve someone’s daily comfort and wellbeing with a Christmas present — while saving thousands on products?
In partnership with Aqualisa Showers, we’re giving away a FREE walk in shower area to one person with a particular need for easy access showering.
Here at & So To Bathe, we love showing off our designs of bathrooms before and after completion. Virtual images are the cornerstone of our design process, and we have track record of bringing homeowners’ visions to life with impressive accuracy.
Here’s a selection of our very best designs from the past 18 months. The projects are remarkably diverse, but the overall effect is the same: bathrooms that look almost identical to the original 3D design.
“Snug.” “Compact.” “Cosy.” We’ve all heard the sales spin that tries to describe a small room without admitting the obvious: that it’s small. However, we at & So To Bathe see a lack of space as a fantastic opportunity to get innovative with small bathroom ideas.
A few months ago, we at & So To Bathe in Horsham embarked on a very special project – taking our bathroom showroom to the next level. After years of working closely with Pura Bathrooms Group, one of our best and most loyal brands, we are delighted to announce that we have become an official Pura Signature Showroom!
Ah, yes – the cramped British bathroom. Lack of space is a perennial problem for many of our customers, especially those living in period homes. Victorian and Georgian-era houses tend to have small-ish bathroom spaces; Indeed, some of the nicest period houses we’ve seen have remarkably small bathrooms.
The good news is that we’ve found some ingenious ways to maximise your bathroom space. Designing a small bathroom can be very rewarding if you play it right. Here’s a few tips and tricks we’ve developed over the years: