New: Movana. Pre-order now for mid-2021 installation.
The biggest revolution in luxury washroom design in decades. The newest addition to the Maxwood range, Movana, is now available to specify for mid-2021 installations. The online launch event was held on 3 December and was attended by a variety of specifiers from across the UK and Europe. During the event, we heard from […]
Safety versus style in the washroom
The evolution of washroom design. The significance of washroom design has increased enormously in recent years. Where once they were necessary but under-considered spaces within our buildings, washrooms today offer opportunities for architects and designers to establish the tone of entire projects. But has the understandable drive to ever-higher quality and comfort led to one important […]
The importance of project mock-ups
When developing a highly bespoke or large-scale washroom, there’s only one way to truly experience the aesthetics and functionality before committing to a final design; project mock-ups. Up-front investment of this nature gives you peace of mind that the scheme will deliver the optimum version of your design to suit each user. During the […]
Mylo shower cubicles
Seamless elegance with hygiene in mind The Mylo shower cubicle range from Maxwood washrooms is designed for those looking to create an immaculate environment in which commuters can unwind and prepare for the day ahead. The unobtrusive clean lines and sleek finish of the Mylo range allow you to create a series of private, refreshing […]
Ward Fitout at Royal London Hospital: Case Study
“One Friday night at midnight I received a text from a client I hadn’t spoken to in quite a while. It read: ‘We need you. This is life or death. Give me a call’, says Rolf McMullan, Managing Director of Maxwood Washrooms. “That certainly had my attention! We made contact immediately, spent all day Saturday […]
Hygienic Construction Sites: Enabling the safe work of site operatives
The problem we are facing in today’s current climate is staying safe and hygienic on a construction site amid Covid-19. The question being, in a busy close quarters construction site how do you create an environment which is safe for site operatives to conduct their work in?