Buying Bathroom Fittings Online Can Help Sell Your Home

The best spintax {tool|geneAn increasing number of homeowners may soon be visiting online retailers – to shop for their bathroom goods, as the internet appears to be a method favoured by many.

Sarah Cordey, spokeswoman for the British Retail Consortium, said it is clear that both shoppers and stores are upping their use of the world wide web after seeing the benefits it can bring.

The industry expert noted: “We are certainly seeing a massive growth in online retail [spending]. It is growing very fast.” She explained that information available online makes it easier for consumers to decide on what they would like – especially with the opportunity to compare prices, such as those for bathroom accessories, at the click of a button.

Recent research from Comet found that searching for discounts and deals is the most popular activity on the internet among UK consumers – with 84.38 per cent revealing this to be the case for them. This is particularly useful for individuals keen to make their abode more attractive to buyers as they attempt to move home. Some industry experts advised that home owners may want to invest in some new bathroom accessories.

This is because the washroom – as well as the kitchen – is an area in a dwelling that is most likely to influence a purchaser’s decision Armaturen.

So a new toilet roll holder and a couple other bathroom accessories could be just the ticket for householders who know that the smallest additions can make a big impact on a room’s overall aesthetic.

When selling your home, it is always important to make the extra effort in these two rooms – you’ll never know if it will be a make or break a deal. Candles and potpourri may also prove a wise choice in this regard, as attractive scents can also sway a would-be homebuyer.

Home owners wanting to keep abreast of the hottest bathroom trends, to help that all important sale this year, and have a little more money to spend may wish to revert back to bathroom furniture.

This is because Grahame Morrison of kbb News has claimed sharp minimal designs – which have been favoured of late – are starting to decline in popularity, with softer products coming to the fore. The expert noted bathroom furniture is therefore enjoying something of a revival, with dark woods getting plenty of attention. White still dominates ceramics, but there has been a slight increase in signature black pieces, sometimes used with bright brass taps.

More high-tech items may also be making their way into bathrooms in the near future as well, Mr Morrison observed, adding showers and faucets could feature temperature and flow controls.

Pete is the online marketing manager for Better Bathrooms and is responsible for all online promotion and content distribution.

Better Bathrooms UK LTD are one of the UK’s fastest growing retailers with both a strong online and offline presence. They supply a range of bathroom fixtures and fittings to the consumer market, including bathroom suites, bathroom furniture, showers, baths, bathroom accessories, toilets and bathroom tiles, all at discounted prices.

 

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