Day True opens its third showroom

Day True has opened its third showroom in Wimbledon Village. The four-storey property includes kitchen, bedroom and bathroom displays.

With established showrooms in Maida Vale and Chelsea, Day True has opened in this location to expand its customer base in the south of London.

Owner of Day True Hayley Robson is a prolific winner and former judge of the kbbreview Retail & Design Awards. Last year she won the Bathroom Designer of the Year in two categories: project cost £10,000 to £25,000 and £25,000+.

The concept of the showroom is to have a mix of functional room designs from an outdoor living area within an atrium that has a gin bar to a basement spa.

The top floor is set out as a two-bedroom show house, which allows the customers to view the designs in a real home space. Part of the concept of the showroom is that the areas aren’t unused and more more like a real home, where everything isn’t perfect – so there are working displays throughout.

The vast framed glass atrium, towards the back of the store, provides insight into outdoor living and includes a Day True gin bar, tandoori oven and a Big Green Egg barbecue
A compact bathroom with Popham tiles and a blue cloakroom basin.
Bold designs are throughout this showroom including these geometric tile designs.
A pocket door cabinet with a wine bar and integrated appliances
The ground floor kitchen design with an Arabescato polished marble wall and surface, which includes fully working appliances
The top floor features concealed en suite bathroom, which is disguised as a wardrobe
The whole showroom looks more like a home as demonstrated by this set that is filled with finishing touches like a armchair and books
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