Pembroke Bathrooms
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We specialise in bathrooms, ensuites, wet rooms, mobility/disabled facilities, showers, tiling, flooring and the installation of all accessories & furniture. Our professional fitters and designers provide guaranteed services for homeowners, landlords, hotels and spas throughout South Wales.

Our objective is to create a unique and innovative solution that will be a perfect balance between functionality and aesthetics. The bathroom is one of the most important rooms in the house. While the bathroom serves a functional purpose, it can also be a retreat and personal space that provides comfort and relaxation.

All our services are tailor-made to the client and we pride ourselves on making life easy for our customers by being able to design, specify and advise on equipment, project manage and install their bathroom.

Our aim is to inspire, inform, manage and deliver.

Services Provided
Bathroom design and installation, bespoke furniture, house remodelling.

Areas Served
South West Wales
Contact: Richard Falconer
Location: Unit 61, Honeyborough Industrial Estate
Neyland
Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire SA73 1SE
United Kingdom
Typical Job Costs: £2,000 - £25,000
Commented: Sloping ceiling You could use light tunnels.
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Commented: Need help with my bathroom An idea would be an oversized, heavy dark framed floor standing mirror in the corner behind the bath. Propped up in the corner could break the space up whilst having a functional purpose.
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Commented: What do you think? Looks great, all except the decor of the open shelf. But overall a nice combination and the violet works well.
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Commented: Interior Wall Window What is the roof layout..? would a light tunnel be possible instead of trying to polarise the wall?
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Commented: Wood Floor in Master Bath? Good or Bad idea? We use reclaimed oak a lot. Well aged and looks stunning. A good initial treatments of oil and then a couple of times a year and as Jeena says, it will last a millennia
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