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Chelmsford bathroom showroom celebrates one year with new displays

It’s been just a year since we flung open the doors to our Chelmsford bathroom store and partnered with local charity, The Children’s Society.

Within 12 months, we’ve achieved so much to be proud of. Our team have designed heaps of bathrooms utilising our ArtiCAD software, and opened trade accounts with almost 100 local fitters. We also collaborated with Instagram influencer Heather Adams on her new bathroom.

Our sales are also growing month on month, and we’re becoming recognised locally for becoming the ‘go-to’ bathroom store in Chelmsford, for our beautiful, well-priced and high-quality products.

Living and breathing bathrooms, we’re particularly honoured to have 74 stunning displays to show off the latest trends in bathroom products, as well as our tile shop.

So, when we were asked which new products we wanted to be installed in-store from our latest Easy Bathrooms brochures, it was a difficult decision.

But knowing our customers well, we opted for the Ferris range – a traditional style of furniture, with the vanity unit offering grey or white panelling, white marble worktop and a ceramic bowl. The quality of the furniture is amazing, and we’ve already had orders placed for some of the double units – it’s really that special.

We also chose to extend our line of Ellis furniture. It’s one of Easy Bathrooms’ most popular ranges nationwide, and it’s easy to see why. The simplistic design allows the rest of the bathroom to take centre stage, while the curves create a look of understated quality. And we knew dark grey would be popular among our customers!

To create your dream bathroom, book a free 3D bathroom design appointment here, email chelmsford@easybathrooms.com or simply pay us a visit at Unit 4, Chelmsford Trade Park, CM1 3BQ.

To find out more about our Chelmsford bathroom team, read the Q&A from our manager, Steve.

Chelmsford bathroom showroom celebrates one year with new displays