The showroom is located under the Victorian arches of the Southern railway, leading out of Waterloo station. The space once provided stables for the London postal service, when horsepower was still the fastest way across London, then a wine warehouse. Forty years ago, Tom and John Hart, the sons of founder Charles Hart, saw the vast space available and immediately recognised its potential. They built a bathroom showroom with beautifully displayed room sets, full of ideas and inspiration for both retail customers and design professionals. It was then - and continues to be - the largest luxury bathroom showroom in London.
C.P. Hart Waterloo showcases our collections of traditional, contemporary and cutting-edge bathrooms, displaying the finest products from around the world. We work with new and exciting brands such as Karol, Ex.t, Jee-O and Petracer’s, as well as some of the longest established, like German brands Hansgrohe, Duravit and Dornbracht, and Italian brands Catalano and Artelinea. We also have an area fully dedicated to tiles with a vast assortment constantly updated by the in-house tiles specialist.
With working shower displays, more than 40 freestanding baths, and hundreds of taps to touch and feel, it is the perfect place to design your perfect bathroom. Help and advice is available from our team of sales consultants, recognised as the most highly trained and experienced in the industry.
If you would like a bathroom planning session with one of our consultants, it is worth booking an appointment, as the showroom is frequently busy. Call the customer liaison team on 020 7902 5250 or click on the REQUEST AN APPOINTMENT box below.
Lambeth North is the nearest underground station, on the Bakerloo line. It has now reopened after lift replacement works. The showroom is a ten-minute walk from Waterloo station (take Waterloo Road to the Old Vic theatre, then turn right down Baylis Road), or visitors can take the 59 bus from outside Waterloo station.
(Waterloo Clearance Centre operates 8:30am - 5pm Monday to Friday)