Posted 19th April

Bathstore enters kitchen and bedroom markets

By KBBDaily on 19th April 2017 - 13:55pm

Bathroom retailer Bathstore has entered the kitchen and bedroom markets through the launch of its new Haus Store, which has debuted in two locations, Farnborough and Lakeside, and will also include boutique Bathstore retail spaces alongside bespoke kitchens and bedrooms from “one of Germany's leading manufacturers”, according to the company.

The stores feature more than 30 kitchen designs, Bathstore said, ranging from traditional to “ultra modern”, as well as two bedroom collections. “This is a really exciting time for us as a business, having already established ourselves as the leading bathroom specialists, we understand the complexities around bespoke home installations,” said Bathstore deputy CEO Dean Weston.

“By partnering with one of Germany's leading furniture manufacturers, we can assure customers of the highest-quality products coupled with our expert service,” he added. “As a senior team we have a solid background in kitchen retail.

“Haus Store was the natural next step in offering the complete home solution as we already have the infrastructure in place as a business to support this extension to Bathstore's core offer. We've been able to secure two prime locations on retail parks, which I believe will prove a successful formula in optimising footfall and sales.”


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