Before

MAG Bathroom Showroom

MAG Bathrooms gave Burton Green the difficult task of redesigning their Norwich showroom. One of the projects goals was to dramatically reduce the floor size the and the amount of products on display, making it essential to maximize the useable space whilst making a positive impact upon visitors and clientele from the moment they entered the front door.
MAG Bathrooms has over 30 years experience designing and building bathrooms and its stock range of products has been chosen from leading specialist bathroom manufacturers. Burton Green worked closely with the client to determine the types of products that would be promoted and exhibited. In order to cater for both full bathroom displays as well as small fitting displays, we incorporated a variety of areas designed to lead the customer through the space and draw them to individual products.

As the refurbishment works for the bathroom showroom was part of a much bigger fit-out scheme, it was imperative that the refurbishment works were completed within budget. To reduce costs, some services and fittings were retained and reused, for example the track light fittings and reception desk. It was important that these elements worked with the overall aesthetic for the refurbishment, giving the showroom a uniform look. Burton Green managed to achieve this by working closely with the client and their nominated building contractor.

“Burton Green Design took a brief from us for our new Norwich showroom and designed a smart light space that displays our products well. The space is also a very pleasant working environment for our showroom staff and we are very pleased with the overall finished result.”

Gerry Cox, Managing Director