We’ve surveyed more than 3,700 bathroom company customers to find out how Bathstore’s bathrooms compare with rival brands, such as B&Q, Soak and Victoria Plum.
To get a rounded picture of people’s experiences, we asked them about the process of buying their bathroom and what they thought of the bathroom itself.
Overall, the top-scoring company in our survey got a customer score of 80% and the bottom just 58%. Meanwhile, the lowest-scoring bathroom got 61% and the highest a fantastic 89%.
Which? members canto unlock the tables below to see how Bathstore was rated as a retailer and how its bathrooms themselves fared. You can also read comments from Bathstore bathroom owners.
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Bathstore went into administration in June 2019, but was rescued by Homebase. These ratings are from before Bathstore was bought out.
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Bathstore bathroom fixtures
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Bathstore customer comments
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Bathstore bathroom suites
Click through our picture gallery below to see a range of Bathstore bathrooms across various prices and styles.
Bathstore used to have everything you might need for your bathroom – suites, flooring, heating and lighting. However, in June 2019 it went into administration and was subsequently bought by Homebase in July 2019.
You can still shop on its website or in stores while it sells off stock, much of which is on sale. But it’s worth keeping in mind that plans for the stores aren’t certain, so your ability to return or exchange items or complain about problems may be affected.
Bathstore bathroom stores
Some Bathstore branches are still open for business, although a number are being closed down after display bathrooms are sold off. Use its online ‘store locator’ to find one near you.
Homebase plans to keep a number of Bathstore shops running, as well as open concessions within Homebase branches. You can also order a printed brochure, or shop directly from its online catalogue.
Bathstore design service
Bathstore still has a free in-store consultation service called Home Design Service using its 3D planning software.
You’ll need to book an appointment and bring along your bathroom measurements. Bathstore can also visit your home to double-check your measurements. You can start your planning by using its free online 2D planning tool.
Bathstore fittings and accessories
You can get towel rails, robe hooks, soap dispensers and more from Bathstore. It also has lighting, mirrors and wire storage baskets.
Bathstore sells a range of power, mixer and electric showers, including ones from Aqualisa and Mira. It also sells shower enclosures and components for wet rooms.
We’ve rated well-known shower brands and testedto find out how reliable they are and whether they deliver on the manufacturer’s claims.
Bathstore bathroom cabinets
There is a wide range of bathroom furniture available, including bespoke and built-in units, as well as standalone cabinets. These include ‘space saving’ and ‘budget’ units.
Visit our page on to see how it compares with other big-name brands Homebase, Victoria Plum, Roca, Duravit and Wickes. Plus, read advice on how to buy the best bathroom furniture.
Bathstore has wall and floor coverings, including vinyl, and electrickits.
Visit our page on for ideas on how to create the perfect bathroom for you and how to cut the cost of your bathroom.
Bathstore bathroom installation
Bathstore isn’t currently operating a bathroom fitting service, so you’ll need to find a bathroom fitter yourself. You can useto find a reputable trader near you who has passed our checks.