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Updated: 9 Nov 2021

Villeroy & Boch bathrooms review

Are you tempted by a Villeroy & Boch bathroom? Discover how its customers rated its bathrooms for quality, durability and value before you buy.
Which? Team
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To find out what people really think of big-name bathroom companies, we asked more than 6,732 people to tell us about their experiences of buying and using their bathroom.

The top-rated bathroom brand in our survey stormed ahead of the competition with a customer score of 87% – a phenomenal result. Our lowest scoring bathroom supplier, meanwhile, only scored 65%.

Our customer scores come from asking people how satisfied they are and whether they would recommend their bathroom. To complement this, we also ask people to rate individual fixtures from very poor to excellent.

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Villeroy & Boch bathrooms rated

Villeroy & Boch bathrooms
Customer score
Quality of products overall
Quality of finish (eg scuffs and marks)
Durability
Value for money

To see how Villeroy & Boch's bathrooms compare, see our results for the best and worst bathroom brands.

Villeroy & Boch fixtures and fittings

ItemDurabilityQuality
Bath
Sink
Toilet
Taps

To find out which companies did well and which failed to impress, head to our results on the best bathroom sinks, taps, toilets, baths and showers.

Villeroy & Boch bathroom suites

Click through our picture gallery below to see a range of Villeroy & Boch bathrooms across different prices and styles.

Villeroy & Boch bathroom gallery

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High-end bathroom designer Villeroy & Boch has a long history, dating back to 1748. It makes bathrooms but doesn't sell them directly. You’ll find a range of national and local retailers on the company’s website.

Suites are organised into collections, the majority of which are modern with clean lines. There’s a range of shower trays available, but Villeroy & Boch doesn't make showers or shower screens. Its bathroom furniture range includes vanity units, cabinets, shelves and countertops. 

Villeroy & Boch has a limited range of tiles as well as accessories, such as towel rails and toilet roll holders. It also offers solutions for people with limited mobility.

Visit our page on bathroom designs for ideas on how to create the perfect bathroom for you and how to cut the cost of your bathroom.