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Nothing says opulence quite like a traditional bathroom suite, which adds a touch of elegance and sophistication to any home.

It's all in the finishing touches, and our traditional bathroom designs draw inspiration from classic fixtures and fittings that have really stood the test of time, including styles from the Victorian and Edwardian era.

Our range of beautiful roll top baths or free standing baths, high rise toilets or wall-hung WC's are the iconic touches that will keep your new traditional bathroom suite resembling a timeless classic.

Traditional bathrooms feature squared finished fixtures and fittings - including pedestal basins, WC's, and free standing baths.
Free standing, roll top baths, scream traditional bathroom setting - large and luxurious they will ad character to any room.

If your heart is set on a timeless classic traditional bathroom design, our highly skilled team are ready and waiting to help.

We'll be with you every step of the way; from our surveyors and designers who will visit you at home, through to our in-house Installers and customer care & service team, who will remain on hand once your traditional bathroom or traditional shower room has been installed, should you have any queries.

Low rise, mid rise and high rise WC's with wooden seats are a traditional bathroom must have.

Opt for a stunning traditional bathroom suite that you can relax in and enjoy time and time again.

If you're ready to sink into a deep, free standing bath, to soothe away the day then why not get in touch with a friendly member of our team. Alternatively, if you're looking for further inspiration and advise you can visit our Leeds Bathroom Showroom, Harrogate Bathroom Showroom or book your free design survey with one of our experienced designers.

To be confident you're in great hands you can also read some of our case studies and testimonials, to hear from just a few of the hundreds of satisfied customers we've served across Leeds, Harrogate and the wider Yorkshire area over the last 50 years.