Virtual Worlds is welcoming a new name on board to its 3D and 4D design software this month, as Private Room begins its kbb journey.
Using Virtual Worlds as its main channel to market, Private Room manufactures distinctive shower trays and complementary fittings designed to transform ordinary bathrooms into spa-like sanctuaries.
In this new collaboration, Private Room is able to offer a virtual showroom tour and design service using the latest Virtual Worlds software, with designers also able to include Private Room products within their projects as the full catalogue is available to Virtual Worlds users.
In a break away from standard white, Private Room’s stone resin shower trays are available in five natural-themed colour schemes, with consumers encouraged to make a choice that complements the room’s décor and accessories, a process that is made simple and enjoyable with Virtual Worlds software.
“The global pandemic has presented challenges for us all, but through adversity comes strength and innovation and we are pleased to be working with Virtual Worlds to offer our customers a new way of designing their dream bathroom,” comments Private Rooms Commercial Director, John Tanner.
“Private Room products are unique and exclusive; we’re passionate about design & quality not numbers which means retailers can design a bathroom using Private Room Shower Tray safe in the knowledge that their client won’t be able to find it online at an unfeasibly low price.”
“By investing in the technology we have been able to offer an online design service to our customers and now our catalogue of products is also available on the software. We hope to improve our showroom experience even further in the not too distant future with the addition of Virtual Worlds 4D Theatre.”
About Virtual Worlds
Virtual Worlds is the UK market leader in innovation-led CAD technology for the KBB market. Since launching in 1998, it has broken boundaries in virtual technology innovation – being the first company to develop 3D design software for KBB retailers and, most recently, launching its new 4D Showroom Technology. Virtual Worlds is a division of Logicom Computer Services (UK) Ltd