It may be the smallest room in your home, but there's no reason why your bathroom can't be the most luxurious, sumptuous and stylish retreat there is! At Raynesway Tile Warehouse we have a great selection of bathroom suites and accessories for you to pick and choose a new bathroom, and all of them are available to view in our large showroom in Derby. All of our displays are full height modules, which gives you a realistic insight into how the new bathroom will look.
While a large portion of bathroom suites are sourced from Vitra and Laufen, we are more than able to order in specific suites from one of the many distributors situated throughout Europe. It's for this reason why we are the first stop for many tradesmen and homeowners situated in Derby, Belper and Ashbourne.
Variety should be our middle name, because we have a large selection of shower units available in a range of different sizes and styles; so whether you want a double shower unit or one that is more compact to save space, we can help.
Plus, for those who are confined to a wheelchair or have limited mobility we have recently invested in a new range of shower units. These showers have been specifically designed for wheelchair users, and allow you to glide the doors back for easy access without the need to step in and out of the shower tray. This makes it possible for wheelchair users to regain some of their independence and freedom.
If you are thinking of having a new bathroom, then make sure you visit us at Raynesway Tile Warehouse for bathroom suites, bathroom tiles and units for showers – all available in Derby, Belper and Ashbourne with free delivery and a fitting service done by a fully experienced professional.
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