Evesham, Worcestershire (PRWEB UK) 15 October 2012
Things have moved on from ten years ago when people only used a bathroom to wash and bathe. But now, a bathroom is more than just a room in a house used for a specific function; it has slowly evolved into one of the most alluring rooms one can have in their house.
The kitchen has taken a similar path to that of the bathroom, once being a simple place to cook food and eat; whereas now it’s all about functionality and convenience. As people’s lives continue to get busier and time grows more precious, everyone is looking for short-cuts and other innovations to increase efficiency and time spent on mundane things.
James Pickering at Plumbworld states the following from his years of experience: “Bathrooms can be designed in one of two main ways; focused on luxury and comfort or efficiency and speed. This is usually dependent upon the individual’s lifestyle and each design can usually be stereotyped to a specific audience. For example an older retired couple will often prefer a whirlpool or spa bath in which they can spend more time bathing since they aren’t rushing around meeting deadlines or going to work. On the other hand, a young professional will likely be more focused on their career and similar aspects as opposed to taking the time to soak in a tub.
Plumbworld are more than aware of the demand for different types of bathrooms, but the company is undecided on whether people who source bathroom products online will really be going to the effort of creating his-and-her bathrooms. Several staff members who have his-and-her bathrooms have had them commissioned and built by specialist bathroom designers as opposed to refurbishing it themselves.
However, some people believe a wider range of products that could add to the luxurious feel of a ‘master-suite’. Scott Morris added: “Whilst we currently stock a wide range of top quality, deluxe products, it wouldn’t hurt to have a few more for customers to choose from. They might not be as popular as the other products we stock, but, it might give people ideas and inspiration of what direction to take their new bathroom design in... Seeing a fancy bathroom accessory might be all it takes to change the entire look of someone’s bathroom that they had figured out for months – so there are definitely pros and cons to this!”
In the run up to Christmas, it’s advisable to keep an eye on the Plumbworld website for updates and special offers as they can come and go in the blink of an eye.
Plumbworld.co.uk is hosted on the large Online Home Retail network at present. The network currently hosts 50 niche-specific websites which sell a whole range of products, varying from cheap multifuel stoves and 18v cordless drills all the way to garden furniture & other gardening equipment. Online Home Retail Limited was originally Plumbworld Ltd back in 1999 and since then it has been bought by the Grafton Group PLC in 2006 and received a brand overhaul in June 2012. The business now employs close to 60 people in its purpose built warehouse and offices whilst turning over in excess of £20 million per year.