Miller Bathroom Accessories

Miller Bathroom Accessories

We are excited to say that we now have a wall full of Miller Bathroom Accessories on display. This recent addition to our showroom, displays an extensive range of accessories including: Toilet Roll Holders, Hooks, Soap Dishes, Towel Rails and More These also come in a wide range of styles and finishes and a unique ability to attach a number of their products to a bathroom wall using their adhesive. this means that you do not have to drill holes to attach them to the wall. Please feel welcome to come and check out this fabulous range at Ormishers Ltd...
Heritage Autumn Event At Ormishers

Heritage Autumn Event At Ormishers

We are delighted to announce that we will be holding a Heritage Autumn Event where you can take advantage of some great saving. The Event will start from 2nd of September 2019 and will run until 30th September 2019. This event will give our customers the massive saving of 20% off Heritage products. Please feel free contact us by Telephone, email or call in store to find out more.  ...
Aqualla Now On Display

Aqualla Now On Display

We are pleased to announce that we have forged a new partnership with Aqualla who supply a wide range of Taps, Showers, Mirrors, Radiators and Accessories. Aqualla draw on many years combined experience in the industry, offering a unique range of bathroom components, blending distinctive designs with practicality for both classic and contemporary living. In our showroom we are proud to have a selection of Taps, Showers and Radiators for your perusal and catalogues to take home should you wish. should you require any help or information surrounding Aqualla products, please do not hesitate to call, email or visit us in store at your earliest convenience and we will be glad to...
How to Design a Small Bathroom

How to Design a Small Bathroom

Bathroom brochures often tease with large, spacious layouts, full of spacious bathroom designs that would look perfect in a spa. For many homeowners, bathrooms like this are a pipe-dream, since we live in such small houses. If you’re thinking of replacing your bathroom, but you can’t find a suite that fits, you’re not alone; 33 per cent of UK homeowners say their bathroom is just too small. Between 2003 and 2013, the average UK home lost around 2 square metres of floor space, and this downward trend is likely to continue. Lack of space is a practical challenge when furniture is made to a standard size, and that’s particularly true in bathrooms, where the plumbing may be difficult to move. In a small terraced property or bungalow, there often isn’t space for a full-sized bath, and moving around the room is difficult. In some parts of the country, many houses originally had outdoor toilets, and this has lead to clumsy adaptations of indoor space when the washroom was brought indoors. Look For Innovative Furniture Bathroom design has come a long way since the chunky avocado suites of the 1970s, and the best way to make the room feel bigger is to shrink the items within it. If a huge sink dominates your bathroom, look for a compact, contemporary alternative that sits flatter and neater against the wall. Making use of corners is essential too. If your furniture feels too claustrophobic when placed at right angles, consider a triangular sink or or toilet cistern so that one item sits at a diagonal to the rest. A slim, oval shaped wash...