Planning your bathroom is now even easier with our quick & easy 3D bathroom planner tool. We show you how to create realistic bathroom plans in minutes.
Planning your new bathroom just got easier… With our new bathroom planner, you can quickly and easily create a 3D model of your bathroom, add products and even see what different tiles and flooring look like. And the great thing is, it’s really simple to use, whether you’re on a mobile phone or a laptop computer. Within minutes, you can create and save multiple versions of your new bathroom.
Simply click on the image above and start designing. However, if you’d like a little help, you can follow our step-by-step guide below.
How to use our 3D bathroom planner
Go to the Victoria Plum 3D bathroom planner.
Click on “Design a new room” (any bathroom designs you save will appear here too).
Select the shape of your bathroom.
Don’t worry if your bathroom is a slightly odd shape, you can adjust in the next step.
Enter the dimensions of your bathroom in cm.
You can either drag the sides of the room until they reach the correct dimensions or enter the values into the boxes provided.
Now you have your bathroom, you can begin to customise. The first thing to do is to position your door by clicking on it then dragging to the correct position. If you have windows, add these by selecting from the menu and dragging to the correct position.
You’re now ready to add your products.
Select bathroom products by clicking on each product category and choosing from the list. Simply click on “Add to room”. You can then drag the product to the specific position you wish to install it.
If you wish to remove a product, simply click on it to select and click “Remove”.
We currently offer a selection of our most popular products. To see our full range, head to VictoriaPlum.com.
Now you have all your products in place, it’s time to choose your walls and floors. Simply click on a wall to select either a paint colour or tiles.
On the floors, simply click on the tiles of your choice or select none to leave blank.
Got your bathroom exactly how you want it? No? Feel free to play around with it a little more, but if the answer is yes… well, here’s the really fun bit.
You can now create a 360 degree view of your bathroom, allowing you to move around and fully immerse yourself in your new design.
You can also take a high definition (HD) snapshot of your bathroom and save this to your computer, tablet or phone (perfect to send to tradespeople like bathroom fitters, installers or plumbers).
And, if required, you can also see a top down image by clicking 2D.
Give your design a name at the top of the page. It will be auto-saved, so you can pick right up where you left off (as long as you are using the same device, e.g. phone, tablet or laptop).
As you add/remove products, we will keep a running total of costs. Click on this to see your full list, which is added to your basket on VictoriaPlum.com.
Turning your plan into reality
Creating an initial 3D design is the first step on your journey to your dream bathroom. You can play about with different ideas, designs, colours and layouts. At Victoria Plum, you’ll find all the help and inspiration you need to turn your initial plan into reality.
Start designing today by clicking on the image below.
Enquire about Design and Installation
If interior design isn’t your strong point or you simply want someone else to do the thinking for you, why not enquire about our Design and Installation service? Using even more sophisticated bathroom design software, our team of expert bathroom designers will happily create you a free, no-obligation design, tailored to your needs and wants. Plus, we’ll supply you with a full product list, so you’ll have everything you need.
At this point, you can find and contact your own tradespeople, get estimates and recommendations, or, if this sounds a lot of hard work and hassle, use our own fully accredited and insured installers. With a 2 year installation guarantee, project coordinator and interest-free finance to help spread the cost, why not enquire today?