Stretford, United Kingdom (PressExposure) July 22, 2009 -- âPrice is no longer a key driver for the UK homeowners when it comes to purchasing bathroom furnitureâ confirms the survey conducted by a leading research agency on changing lifestyle. The survey conducted on a random sample of 278 Britons belonging to different between age, gender and social status revealed that factors like quality, colour and ongoing trend are rather the crucial factors of consideration before bathroom furniture buyers. After these three, price came as the fourth priority among buyers. This survey was conducted to help bathroom suppliers to understand changing customer behaviour in a better manner.
Customers, with increasing income are now more design conscious and quality conscious than ever before. It is a positive vibe for bathroom suppliers as customers are likely to be tempted by higher-end products, with good looks and durable construction a priority over the budget ones.
The pattern of customer buying is also witnessing a paradigm shift. Though the brick and mortar stores have still their relevance among buyers, there is a stiff rise in the online purchases. The growth of online purchase is attributed by factors like lack of time and the manifold advantages offered by e-stores. Customers at web space get the access to large number of bathroom suppliers with few clicks on computer. Online shopping is helping them in saving good amount of money and time. However, Britons usually make online purchases from a trusted supplier who provides quality products and offers security for their online money transaction. While buying bathroom furniture [http://www.atlasbathrooms.co.uk/default.aspx?Category=5] and accessories, homeowners now prefer a supplier who has a wide range of design service on offer and installation expertise.
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