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You’ve Got Questions - We’ve Got Answers

What sets your bespoke bathroom and cloakroom furniture apart from mass-produced options?

At Vestry, we pride ourselves on creating bespoke furniture that is tailored to your individual needs and preferences. Unlike mass-produced options, our furniture is meticulously crafted by skilled artisans who pay attention to every detail, ensuring superior quality and durability. With our bespoke service, you have the freedom to choose from a wide range of materials, finishes, and designs, allowing you to create a truly unique piece that complements your personal style and enhances your space.

How do you ensure sustainability in your product offerings?

Sustainability is at the core of everything we do at Vestry. We are committed to sourcing materials from environmentally responsible suppliers and manufacturers, prioritising renewable resources and recycled materials whenever possible. Our bespoke furniture is designed with longevity in mind, using durable materials that are built to last for generations, reducing the need for frequent replacements. Additionally, we partner with UK, Ireland, and EU-based manufacturers who adhere to strict environmental standards, minimizing our carbon footprint and supporting local economies.

What sets your sanitary ware, brassware, and accessories apart from other options on the market?

Our selection of sanitary ware, brassware, and accessories is curated with a focus on quality, sustainability, and value for money. We work closely with reputable manufacturers in the UK, Ireland, and the EU who share our commitment to excellence and environmental responsibility. Our products are made using high-quality materials and innovative manufacturing processes to ensure superior performance and durability. Whether you're looking for stylish brass taps, eco-friendly toilets, or elegant bathroom accessories, you can trust that our offerings combine exceptional quality with affordability, making them the perfect choice for your bathroom or cloakroom renovation project.

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