Chandlers Bathrooms’ celebrating showroom success

Published:  04 April, 2014

Having opened a year ago this month, Chandlers Bathrooms’ Villeroy & Boch showroom in Lewes has already generated in excess of £100,000 worth of sales, exceeding all targets that were set.

As the only Villeroy & Boch showroom in Lewes and one of the largest in Sussex, the showroom has added new high end brands to the 14 different display areas.

Paul Hunnisett, Chandlers Bathrooms showroom manager, is delighted with the success. He said: “We are extremely pleased with how the showroom has been received by everyone. Not only has it been successful with those working in the trade, but we have also seen a notable increase in the number of retail customers as well.

“More and more people are looking to add a touch of luxury to their bathroom making it a haven for relaxation, so being able to give our customers choice is extremely important to us. We are constantly looking at adding new ranges and products that come to the market to ensure that the showroom is a continued success.”

Chandlers Bathrooms has added to its Villeroy & Boch range by offering the Soho bathroom collection, which incorporates furniture, sanitaryware, mirror cabinets, taps, shower valves and a complementary wall and floor tiles.

Additionally, the Premier Aqualisa shower collection, which uses digital technology to pre-set temperature and flow rates, Utopia Bathrooms furniture displays and the Sound Wave bath from Kaldewei, which includes a receiver to connect with any Bluetooth enabled devices, are now also available at the showroom.

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