Bathstore is a retailer in the UK selling bathroom furnishings. They sell a wide range of products from bathtubs to sinks and other commonalities found in a bathroom. Customers can choose to buy one-off items or have their whole bathroom refitted by the company. You can have these items installed by their team of professionals or choose to buy separately for customers to install themselves. They are a large chain with a network of outlets which make up over 150 establishments. The Bathstore range encompasses toilets, washstands, sinks, bathtubs, shower stalls, shower fittings, taps and bathroom accessories - everything that you could possibly need to give your bathroom a complete makeover or to simply add a few new modern touches to your existing bathroom space.

Bathstore Opening Times And Store Locations

Their 150-and-counting stores can be found in many different cities and in major towns across the length and breadth of the country. More specifically, they are usually found in shopping centres, high streets and in industrial parks. They are located in over 130 places, meaning UK residents can find a store near them without too much trouble.

There will be even less trouble in finding one of their branches for those residing in London, Glasgow and Nottingham. These three cities have the most stores in one location. Finding a store is made even easier due to the business’s distinctive branding and specifically, their logo. The logo reads the business name in white lettering on a bright blue background. Next to the text is a simple drawing of a bathtub making it clear what the firm sells to the public.

Most of their showrooms use the same Bathstore opening times. Most stores will be open between the hours of 9.30am and 6pm on Monday until Friday. On weekends, the Bathstore opening times change. Business hours are slightly reduced on Saturdays to 9am until 5pm and they are reduced further on Sundays. Sunday Bathstore opening times are between 10am and 4pm for most stores.

Please note, some stores may use different opening times due to their location. It is always advised to check a specific branch’s opening hours with the branch-finder tool on This tool is free and simple to use. The tool may come in even more useful at specific times of the year, or on certain days when opening hours are almost certain to fluctuate or stores may be closed. For example, on New Year's Day, Good Friday, Easter Monday, during the Christmas period and on bank holidays, their opening times may change.

Five Things You Didn’t Know About Bathstore

UK residents that have admired Bathstore from afar and even those who use their products in their homes daily, may not be familiar with some interesting facts about the business. Here are five things about them that you may not have heard before:

  • They now do kitchens and bedrooms too
  • They employ more than 500 people
  • They were founded in 1990
  • They have more than 150 showrooms
  • They were shortlisted for the Retail Week Awards more than once

Products And Services

At Bathstore, customers can choose to have their whole bathroom redesigned and can even get it fitted by their professional installation team. They offer an extensive range of styles covering boutique bathrooms, contemporary bathrooms, radiational bathrooms and timeless designs. For customers who just want to renovate part of their bathroom, they can choose to get specific bathroom items such as toilets, basins, showers, bathtubs, heating systems, tiles or taps. All of which come in many styles and are manufactured with various materials. They also cater for those needing some smaller items and accessories, such as toothbrush holders, shelves or even a waterproof TV. Their products and services can be purchased in a showroom or online.

A Brief History

The company was founded in 1990 and was taken over by a building materials company in 2003. Just four years later, the business had grown exceptionally quickly and operated a vast network of retail outlets. The business changed hands a few more times while continually growing. They then bought new establishments to cater for bedroom and kitchen furnishings as well. They remain competitive in the UK market as bathroom specialists.

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