Our Favourite Customer Make Overs
There is nothing we enjoy more than getting tagged on social media by a customer who has completely transformed their bathroom with our products. Seeing items used in ways we'd not thought of or imagined. Seeing bathroom mirrors in dressing rooms and baths in bedrooms...the joy in the office when we get a notification is infectious.
So, here is a compilation of our favourite bathroom renovations created by our wonderful Instagram followers.
We adore Sarah's downstairs loo makeover. This was done on a budget and looks incredible. The sleek white Vault vanity unit and Premier Harmony close coupled toilet teamed with black accessories and patterned wallpaper, which she also made into a basin splashback is just amazing! Good work.
Who needs a bath anyway!? If spaced is limited in your bathroom or if you're not really a bath person an enormous shower space could be the answer. With tray options up to a massive 2000x900mm you can get that hotel luxury feeling in your own home. This beautiful bathroom make over even comes Penny the pup approved.
The mix of modern and tradition in Jade's bathroom is certainly on point. The navy-blue topped walls and mosaic floor tiles combined with a white metro wall tile brings a balance to the room in both shades and styles. It looks clean and modern but also very traditional. The J Shape bath with vintage styled Nile bath shower mixer is another example of how Jade has combined the two styles so effortlessly. Love.
Now this is one bathroom makeover we've loved to see progressing. Not only that, we know that there is more than one bathroom makeover being done within the home! The recess shower with Rolla 8 door, Tavistock Zone shower and square Elements shower tray looks amazing. Not to mention the large Super Deep Trojan Cascade bath that has been built in, utilising the space incredibly. Bathroom goals right there.
So, if you're a customer and have an Insta, Facebook, Twitter or Pinterest account tag us so we can see how well your bathroom renovations have turned out. What do you think of these customer make overs?