Hot News – Living Needs is now the exclusive dealer for the exciting new Freelux range of stylish wetrooms and bathroom designs blending perfectly style and practicality.
New Soft-Touch shower tray is set to transform bathroom designs. Living Needs is delighted to be able to offer an exciting new bathroom product – a soft touch shower tray that is the ideal solution for anyone with mobility problems.
Recently featured on BBC’s flagship DIY series, ‘DIY SOS The Big Build’, this new shower tray is the perfect choice for those who are unstable in the bathroom.
Its unique ergonomic surface is not only slip resistant, but is also soft and warm to the touch. Therefore, anyone who may have the misfortune to lose their footing in the shower area will find their fall cushioned by the tray’s exclusive soft properties, rather than landing on cold hard tiling or plastic.
Available exclusively from Living Needs of Barnstaple. Call 01271 374600 for more details.
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