We asked more than 6,700 bathroom buyers about their bathrooms to find out what they thought of Porcelanosa and other popular bathroom brands, including Bathstore, Victoria Plum and Villeroy & Boch.
Our respondents told us about their experience with their bathroom retailer, as well as their opinions about the bathrooms themselves, including what they thought of the quality and value for money.
The top-scoring retailer in our survey got an overall customer score of 84%, while our lowest-scoring retailer got a fairly feeble 64%.
In terms of the bathrooms themselves, the top brand scored 87%, while the least-liked bathroom brand only scored 65%.
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Click through our gallery to see a range of Porcelanosa bathrooms across various styles and prices.
The Porcelanosa ceramics company was established in 1973 in Spain and is now an international bathroom brand with numerous subsidiary companies. Porcelanosa has more than 20 of its own showrooms across the UK. In addition, Porcelanosa bathrooms are also available to buy through various authorised retailers nationwide.
Check the Porcelanosa website to find your nearest and book an in-store consultation. You can also download digital catalogues and buy products online.
Porcelanosa makes and sells its own bathroom fixtures, as well as taps, showers, shower trays and other fittings. There’s a small range of sleek, modern-looking bathroom furniture, including vanity units. The company also makes mirrors, heated towel rails, hooks and other accessories, plus an extensive range of floor and wall tiles.