Roper Rhodes

Roper Rhodes

Founded in 1979, nearly forty years experience has gone into creating each and every one of Roper Rhodes products.


With their functional and stylish range incorporating contemporary and classic designs of bathroom furniture, sanitaryware, showers, taps, accessories, cabinet mirrors, bath panels and toilet seats in a wide variety of colours, materials and finishes. Roper Rhodes product development programme ensures that they are continually updating and refining their product range to reflect changes in demand and style.

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Roper Rhodes Bathroom Book 2021 14.08 MB 11-Mar-2021
Roper Rhodes Mirrors and Cabinets 2021 11.88 MB 11-Mar-2021
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Projects Featuring Roper Rhodes

Northend, Bath, Housing Development

A mid range housing development with 3-4 cloakrooms/bathrooms per plot. A bespoke double basin unit was used for the master en-suites due to certain size requirements. The fitted funiture was a cost effective way of hiding pipework and giving practical storage space. LED light ribbons were added to the furniture plinths for a stunning aesthetic. The furniture worktops were a  solid surface material that is waterproof and robust whilst the made to order sizes reduced installation time as no cutting was required.

Miller Walk, Bath

Two separate basins can also work well instead of a large double basin as shown in this project with a large shower tray to replace the bath and make the spacious walk in shower.

Under Knoll, Peasdown St John

Fitted furniture has been used to great effect here as the cupboard under the basin creates storage and the worktop provides a very useful surface for resting toiletries. The basin and worktop are an integrated all in one piece made out of  a waterproof, mineral resin. This means that it is very hygienic and easy to clean with no silicone to worry about. It can be cut and finished on site and so no long lead times. The furniture also helps to hide the unsightly pipework.   


The shower bath also has a colour matching bath panel to help tie the whole theme together. The patterned floor tiles give the whole room a classic style with a hint of modern boutique.


Designed by the talented Ruth at Silverwood Design


This customer had a relatively large room to utilize and our designer Lee did a fantastic job making the most of the space available. It’s also worth noting that all of the communications with the customer were done remotely, the entire design and ordering process was done via video calls, phone calls and email!

The flooring in this room has allowed concealment of many parts of the plumbing which means that a flat shower tray, flush to the floor was able to be used. It has also meant that the bath can be completely free standing with the mixer tap being adjacent and no unsightly plumbing visible at all. 

A similar approach has been taken with the toilet unit, which is wall hung to give a very modern and clean look, with the cistern concealed in the wall. This has created a small alcove on the side of the room containing the bath and gives a lovely cosy effect and space for the customer’s plant to be located.  The basin taps are also wall mounted with the plumbing concealed, above a lovely freestanding basin to match the bath. 

Two towel warmers have been used in the room. This means that you’re never too far from a fresh warm towel, whether you’re in the shower or in the bath, and also it means that there is more than adequate heating available for the room. Within the shower the controls have been mounted towards the entrance of the shower which means that the temperature can be adjusted until it’s just right, before getting under the shower itself. 

We have included pictures of the 3D designs that Lee created for the customer so that you can see how the design progressed from plans to reality. 

Please enjoy the video walk around of the bathroom below;

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