Victorian Bathrooms Next Adventure for the Plumbworld Team

Evesham, United Kingdom (PressExposure) February 10, 2012 -- Victorian Bathrooms have been a popular choice for many years for those nostalgic homeowners yearning for that little bit of the past and are recreated to embody a style reminiscent of a time where rooms were designed to represent a touch of class, but only if you could afford it of course.

Gary Hopkins, Product & Price File Co-Ordinator of Victorian Bathrooms said: "We know just how popular the ranges of Victorian style products are on our main website and we decided to use this knowledge to create a site based purely on Victorian Bathrooms. The range took a lot of planning prior to the upload as we wanted to make sure that everything was in place before the big launch".

Victorian Bathrooms were said to have originated between 1837 to 1901and it was the Victorians that developed sewer systems that were a reasonable attempt to keep their cities cleaner. They also attempted to refine an idea they had of "flushing" waste away and this proved unsuccessful although once the idea came into effect, this was utilized with the sewer system and hey presto, no more waste tipped out of windows..... onto the heads of unsuspecting people.

Anthony Langston, Website Administrator of Victorian Bathrooms stated: We have successfully utilized a "Build your own Bathroom" section into the taxonomy enabling the customer to purchase exactly what they require. The fact that we can offer something that looks incredibly stylish and dated with today's modern technology and amenities is an important selling point for the customer and already this is proving to be a huge success".

Plumbworld was an early pioneer of online trading, started by James and Anita Hickman in 1999 and was sold to the Grafton Group PLC in December 2006, Plumbworld now employ more than 50 people in their purpose built warehouse and offices and boast an astonishing 47 websites selling everything from tools and bathrooms to barbecues and woodburning stoves. The business has a turnover in excess of £18 million and is growing at more than 20% year on year.


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Press Release Submitted On: February 10, 2012 at 9:56 am
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