With more than 40 years’ experience of providing luxury fittings, West One Bathrooms has long been regarded as Europe’s most illustrious supplier of bespoke bathrooms. Established in London’s Mayfair in 1978 and run by the Waters family ever since, West One Bathrooms rapidly became known for sourcing the most beautiful products and accessories. Breaking the mould in the industry, it led the way in innovation, transforming the perception of bathrooms being seen as merely functional and basic into an indulgent sanctuary.
What puts West One Bathrooms a head and shoulders above is that everything is tailored to the client. The company is a ‘one-stop-shop’ for expert advice, renowned design and an infinite product selection. The team understands that planning a bathroom is a big decision – a balance of the desire for the finer things along with practical considerations of who will be using the space. After all, everyone starts and ends the day in the bathroom so it has to be a place of refuge from the outside world.
Sustainability is becoming a key focus for West One Bathrooms. It is working with architects and designers to promote water-saving and eco-friendly products
With a constant flow of new and cutting-edge products, the showrooms across London and the south east (these include locations in Battersea, Clerkenwell and Oxshott) are regularly updated to reflect trends as well as timeless classics. This September, West One Bathrooms will also launch a new showroom in the heart of Tunbridge Wells. At just under 4,000 sq/ft, it takes a forward-thinking approach to retail, showcasing signature luxury bathroom displays and brands while providing a unique offering and experience for customers. The new space will be home to the Virtual Worlds 4D virtual reality theatre which can demonstrate what a new bathroom looks like before it becomes a reality.
Sustainability is also becoming a key focus for the company, which is working with architects and designers to promote water saving and eco-friendly products when approaching bathroom design. With many consumers unaware of the volume of water used throughout the home (and in the bathroom in particular), the average amount of water consumption in the Western world is increasing. At present, the contracts department at West One Bathrooms is working with leading hotel groups to measure and manage their impact on the environment.
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