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Showroom style | DESIGN


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1. Adding a new dimension to the showroom – through the addition of a new colour palette – was one of the main aims of the revamp. This Christian Lacroix wallpaper not only breaks up a plain wall but creates a talking point and gets a lot of interest from clients 2. The inclusion of ink blue furniture, walk-in shower with Crittall-style screen and gold brassware in this particular display highlights three trends that are big in bathrooms at the moment 3. Most consumers aren’t aware of the variety of choice available in brassware now so, to help them realise the potential of their space, Algar has gone for a mix of different colours, finishes and styles to show them how they can add


a bit of personality to their bathroom 4. The showroom features a combination of contemporary and traditional displays that have been designed specifically to suit local clientele. As well as style and aesthetics, the size of bathrooms in the local area has been considered so that consumers can picture the design in their own space 5. The desk area at the back of the showroom provides a relaxed place for customers to talk through their project with the designer 6. Split over two floors, the spacious Rouse Bathrooms showroom features a total of 25 lifestyle settings as well as a variety of displays highlighting the more technical aspects of bathroom design


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