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Versatile Bathrooms and Tiles | BATHROOM RETAILER PROFILE


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The numbers are certainly adding up for Versatile Bathrooms in Navan, Co Meath – a finalist in the kbbreview Retail & Design Awards this year for Bathroom Retailer of the Year, whose commercial arm won an order to fit out washrooms in Facebook’s new Fibonacci complex in Ireland. Chris Frankland went to talk to co- founder Catherine Treacy and sons Andrew who is MD and co-director Philip


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s senior marketing manager Paula Castillo finishes giving me the full tour of Versatile’s impressive Navan showroom, we bump into director and co-founder


Catherine Treacy. I comment to her how impressed I am with the foyer area, to which she smiles and says: “So, what’s wrong with the rest of it, then?” It would be fair to say I liked her straight away! And there is indeed nothing wrong with ‘the rest of it’ – far from it. The 10,000sq ft showroom, refurbished last December, split over two floors, is immaculately presented and accessorised with more than 60 displays ranging from smaller cameos to full room sets and fully working pieces such as the Dornbracht Sensory Sky shower. Sensory – aromatherapy and chromotherapy – and


June 2019 · kbbreview


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Catherine Treacy with sons Andrew (MD), right, and (co-director) Philip


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