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Wow-factor nursery school washrooms for Little Ripley

Wow-factor nursery school washrooms for Little Ripley

Little Ripley Nurseries chose Bushboard’s Tiny Stuff range of nursery school washrooms to bring the wow factor to their refurbishment project.

Each element of the nursery has undergone months of planning and has been designed down the finest element, the washrooms were no different. When the client discovered the Bushboard Tiny Stuff range of nursery school washrooms and sanitaryware they were immediately won over by the bright fun patterns and sturdy looking cubicles.

Featuring anti-finger trap hinges, robust wall channels and pilaster fixing down to the floor, Bushboard’s Tiny Stuff nursery toilet cubicle range was designed specifically for nursery school children. Little Ripley chose Bushboard’s exclusive Colour Creations laminate print for the doors and Chilli red for pilasters and panels.

The semi recessed vanity unit with an adjoining baby change area was chosen in Chilli with Colour Creations panels to match the cubicles.

Little Ripley chose Bushboard ready plumbed modules for the nursery, meaning the WCs, basins and taps were all pre-plumbed in the factory before arriving at the nursery – adding to the quality and strength of the product.

The client was thrilled with the new washroom areas and has already received great feedback, ‘We recently had an open day and our new parents were very impressed by the whole look of the toilet area.’

They were so impressed with Bushboard she has already ordered more, ‘Since converting this property to a nursery I have now refurbished one of my other nurseries with the same toilet cubicles and sanitaryware.

‘We will continue to use Bushboard for any further conversions or refurbishments.’

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