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Real Stone and Tile Invest in Major Showroom Refurbishment

September 2019

Luxury bathroom and tile specialist, Real Stone and Tile have undertaken a significant capital investment through the renovation of their Cheadle-based showroom.

Over fifty stunning new displays have been constructed across the 5000sqft showroom, offering customers an opportunity to explore the wide range of premium designer collections available to buy. Real Stone and Tile is one of a select number of showrooms in the country to showcase brands such as Burlington, Bagno Design, Nicolazzi and Flaviker.

The redesign aims to support their proposition as one of the leading tile and bathroom retailers in the North West and is of crucial importance to their growth over the next two years.

Leigh Price, co-director of Real Stone and Tile, commented: “It is essential for us to stay fresh and up-to-date with the requirements of our customers, as unlike online shopping, buying from a showroom is all about the given experience and being able to see the products up close. We want to ensure our displays reflect current trends, to

support our wide customer-base from developers and specifiers to tilers and individual home-owners.”

The Real Stone & Tile showroom, located on Unit 4B of the Stanley Green Trading Estate in Cheadle, offers a wide range of contemporary and designer tiles, large format tiles, natural stone tiles, wood effect tiles, feature tiles and mosaics.  Real Stone & Tile also boasts an extensive range of sanitaryware, wet rooms and brassware.

More at: www.realstoneandtile.co.uk

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