Siobhan Markus speaks to Rose Gigliotti about what gives Easy Bathroom Solutions the edge in Italian designer bathrooms.
July 1st, 2013
After twenty years in the corporate world, Rose Gigliotti gave in to her entrepreneurial spirit, partnered with Lorenzo Giberti and entered into the bathroom design industry. They have not looked back and are proud to be exclusive importers of exclusive Italian designer bathrooms.
Since its inception, Easy Bathroom Solutions has grown to provide bathroom design, product supply and installation as well as a specialised range of aged-care and disability solutions for the bathroom.
According to Rose, a unique feature of the company is being an exclusive importer of Italian designer bathrooms, “Our designs are like no other you will see elsewhere, some are designed and made in Italy and are available exclusively through Easy Bathroom Solutions,”
Hand-in-hand with exclusivity, Rose emphasises the importance of good design: “when aesthetics and functionality meet, a space is then created that is both beautiful to look at, and a pleasure to spend time in; providing a unique perspective to ensure an enjoyable environment.”
So what does the future hold? Rose explains that their clients are the future of the business. To ensure needs are met, Easy Bathroom Solutions endeavour to deliver what clients wish to see in the near future – “designs that will cater to their creative needs [and] functionality to enable a comfortable bathroom environment”.
With a client base spanning architects, trades, bathroom designers, and commercial and residential builders, it is no surprise that Easy Bathroom Solutions are well versed in designer Italian bathrooms.
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