Visualise your renovation: Hardware & General’s redesigned showroom


Hardware & General first opened as a corner hardware store in 1960, and has now expanded along Winbourne Road, Harbord Road and Pittwater Road into 20 specialist sales centres in Brookvale

The company’s newly renovated and redesigned bathroom showroom and adjoining tap showroom have an incredibly impressive depth of choice in brands and products in varying price ranges, meaning products can be compared and contrasted before being locked in. What stands out the most when entering the bathroom showroom are the inspirational bathroom concept spaces, which are styled to reflect a number of design styles to help you visualise your renovation and find the perfect products for it.

Many members of the Hardware & General showroom team available to help you have worked for the company for more than a decade, meaning they are industry specialists. Their product and technical knowledge are second to none and their deep understanding of projects and associated procedures allows for the proactive solving of problems before they impact the project.

Hardware & General’s Brookvale bathroom showroom boasts beautiful products by an impressive range of brands including Caroma, PARISI, PARISI Furniture, Marquis, Argent, ADP, Decina, Duravit, Bathe, Kaldewei, Hansgrohe, Villeroy & Boch, Gessi, Abey, Astra Walker, Turner Hastings, Bette, Dorf, Methven and so many more — definitely a must-visit for Sydneysiders.

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