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Mrs Tidey’s bathroom was looking very dated. The space hadn’t been used to the best advantage, the sink was positioned too close to the door, there was a triangular bath, a small shower and the dark green tiles looked dated.

To make sure she made the right decision Mrs Tidey visited several bathroom showrooms before she went to Inspired Home Interiors. There she met James Brown and found him very attentive and knowledgeable. After this initial meeting James visited Mrs Tidey’s flat where he explained how the space could be utilised to it’s full potential. A shower was specified instead of a bath and it was suggested the hand basin was moved next to the shower for convenience. James also suggested the right type of cupboards and fittings to complement the tiles. CAD (Computer Aided Design) drawings were submitted and a ‘to the penny’ quotation.

Mrs Tidey commented “I was very impressed by Inspired Home Interiors approach, the drawings met my brief exactly and James explained how the project would proceed from start to finish and provided a timing schedule. The fitters had a superb eye for detail, nothing was too much trouble, they cleaned up at the end of each day and the noise was kept to a minimum, which was important because of the proximity of my neighbours. I am very impressed with the whole procedure and have recommended Inspired Home Interiors to several of my friends”.

Mrs Tidey - Bexhill

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