At Potts we have dedicated designers all of whom have the necessary flair and above all the technical expertise to ensure your bathroom or kitchen is designed to perfection.
Prior to booking a home survey we encourage you to visit our showroom to talk to one of our designers in person. Feel free to bring your own initial thoughts and suggestions.
CALL US to arrange a consultation.
Every one of our installers is qualified to the highest standards. We additionally only recommend tried, tested and proven contract installers with whom we have worked for many years so you can be confident of effective precision completion.
From start to finish Potts professionals will guide and advise you through the entire project supervising the process to ensure your total satisfaction.
Before you begin, think carefully about the following:
Apart from the basics (a basin, toilet, oven or sink) what other features would you like in the room? If you enjoy a shower do you want an enclosed shower or would you prefer to create a wet room? How much storage would you like? Are you a wine connoisseur? Would you like a built in wine cooler?
Decide on a budget but remember quality pieces will last, whilst cheap choices can sometimes be a false economy.
Think about your lifestyle. How much time do you spend in the room. Do you want your kitchen to be the hub of the household? Who will be using the room? Consider safety aspects and practicality, especially if children or older people will be sharing the space.
What mood would you like to create in you bathroom? minimal and clean, relaxing and calming or luxurious and relaxing. Lifestyle magazines and brochures can help you decide and can give our designer a better idea of the exact environment that you want to create.
Remember specialists can provide you with expertise and product knowledge. They can also design a room to perfectly compliment your lifestyle for any budget.
Lighting can be essential in creating the correct ambiance in any room. How many lights would you like? Would you like a dimmer switch?
Remember the devil is in the detail.