Nothing is more frustrating than dealing with salespeople who don’t know their product. And when you’re talking about permanent fixtures in your home, you want to be sure you’re making the right choices.
At Bathroomware House, we understand that you want to deal with experts. That’s why our showrooms are managed and staffed by people who really know bathrooms. Of course they’re knowledgeable about our extensive range – we wouldn’t have it any other way. But what makes them special is that they’re experienced bathroom designers, many with formal qualifications. So they can help you to make selections and develop design solutions that will best suit the size and shape of your bathroom space, and create the look that you want.
FREE IN-STORE DESIGN CONSULTATIONS
If you’re thinking about renovating your bathroom but don’t know where to start, have some ideas but need advice on how to make them work, or have a tricky problem you need to solve in your bathroom design, then why not book a free one-on-one consultation with one of our bathroom designers? You’re going to be living with your new bathroom for a long time, so it’s important to get it right. We’ll help you work through all the things you need to consider, including technical aspects like plumbing and lighting, material items like fixtures and fittings, physical issues like size and space, and personal considerations like style and functionality, and then we’ll provide ideas and options to suit your specific needs.
To book a free in-store personal design consultation, simply contact your nearest Bathroomware House showroom to arrange a time.
MEET THE TEAM
These are some of the amazing people in our showrooms who are ready to advise you on your bathroom renovation.
ELI BRYANT -SYDNEY
Eli has been working in the bathroom industry for seven years and, as our Regional Manager for Sydney, he works out of all of our Sydney Metro galleries. As a certified designer and layout planner, Eli doesn’t just sell bathroomware but helps customers through the entire process of their renovation, and he loves seeing their before and after pictures.
In seven years Eli has seen a lot of fabulous bathrooms, and he thinks the best ones are practical and well laid out, with careful symmetry and coordinated style.
CRAIG CASTLEDINE - FYSHWICK
Having spent ten years designing and importing custom furniture, Craig has a strong sense of design. As the manager of Bathroomware House Fyshwick, Craig understands what it takes to make your bathroom stand out from the rest and takes immense pleasure in seeing the smile on customers’ faces when they return to show off photos of their finished projects.
Craig believes that it's important to listen to what the customer wants from a bathroom, then use experience to help them design the bathroom of their dreams. Modern practical bathrooms are Craig's passion, where the colours and lighting make one or two hero pieces stand out with a pop. He also has a deep appreciation of heritage style bathrooms: "It's all about presentation"..
PAUL HUTCHISON - UNLEY PARK
Paul is the director and gallery manager of South Australia’s first Bathroomware House gallery in Unley Park. He has been in the bathroom and kitchen industry for over thirty years.Over that time, Paul has achieved great recognition in the kitchen and bathroom design industry, with over ten state and six national design awards in both the HIA and KBDI design awards.
He has a true passion for the industry and is looking forward to the coming years linking his business Bathrooms & Kitchens SA with Bathroomware House.
ASHLEE STARK - RICHMOND
Ashlee graduated with an Honours degree in Interior Architecture in 2010, and joined the Bathroomware House team in Richmond, Melbourne last year, where she is now the Gallery manager. Having worked in residential design, Ashlee understands the importance of creating a wonderful living environment. If you are renovating your bathroom, Ashlee reminds you that taking on other people’s suggestions is fine, but it’s your bathroom and you are the one who’ll be spending time in it. Because the bathroom is a place where people often go to get away – for a relaxing shower or bath and some time alone with their thoughts – it needs to be a comfortable and relaxing space..