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Luxury Bathrooms in Dorset

If you are looking for bathroom inspiration you need look no further than Room H2o in Dorset, a leading supplier of quality bathroom products where your bathroom design ideas can be turned into reality.

From large luxury bathrooms to small en-suite's 

Whatever your bathroom needs, the Room H2o team of experts is ready to help you choose from our extensive range of luxury bathroom suites, bathroom tiles, showers and accessories sourced from a variety of suppliers including Aqualisa, Capital, Crosswater, Essential, Hansgrohe, Gerebit, Grohe, Huppe, Ideal Standard, Image, Kaldewei and Myson.  And if you are tempted to throw out that old bath and go ultra-modern, why not consider a wetroom kit from specialist suppliers including Impey and Novellini.

Luxury bathroom designers and installers in Dorset

With our team of highly skilled designers and bathroom installation technicians, Room H2o is truly a one-stop shop for all your bathroom needs.  Whether you are looking for ideas for an individual home or a comprehensive contract bathroom solution, Room H2o’s free CAD based bespoke bathroom design service will provide 3D illustrations of your perfect bathroom.  

Visit our large bathroom and tiles showroom in Wareham, Dorset

So whether you are considering designs for small bathrooms, inspiration for your shower room design, a complete makeover with the luxury afforded by designer bathrooms or a professional wet-room installation, make sure that you talk to the bathroom experts at Room H2o in Dorset first. 

Please contact us to discuss your requirements.

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Dear Richard

We are still extremely happy with our new bathroom and updated cloakroom.  The key thing for us was your design skills; finding a way to move everything round to fit in a proper walk-in shower, sourcing that asymmetric bath with a rounded end on one side that really softened the impact as you walk into the bathroom, the curved step matching the curve of the bath that turned an ugly raised floor into an attractive feature, stripping out the unnecessary boxed panelling in the cloakroom to give more useable space, and finding a way to deliver hot water to the top floor cloakroom by feeding it off the shower pump in the bathroom on the floor below.

Best regards

Fiora Vivaldi black classical bathroom furniture
Durvit 2nd Floor bathroom suite with twin contemporary wash basins and illuminated ceiling hung mirrors
Crosswater Water Square basin mixer tap