To work out our scores and ratings for major bathroom brands, including Ikea, Victoria Plum, Bathstore and more, we spoke to 6,732 bathroom buyers about their bathrooms and their experience with their bathroom retailer.

We asked customers their views about their experiences buying a bathroom from Ikea, as well as what they thought of the bathroom itself.

At the top of our retailer’s table the highest scoring bathroom retailer achieved an excellent customer score of 84%, while the retailer at the bottom scraped a less impressive 64%.

Our top-scoring bathroom brand racked up an impressive 87%. At the bottom of the pile, the lowest-rated bathroom brand scored just 65%.

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Is Ikea a good bathroom retailer?

Ikea retailer
Customer score
Range of suites
Quality of advice from staff
Ease of delivery
Dealing with problems
Quality of delivery
Value for money

Ikea bathrooms rated

Ikea bathrooms
Customer score
Quality of products overall
Quality of finish (eg scuffs and marks)
Value for money

Visit our page on the best and worst bathroom companies to see how Ikea compares with all the other well-known brands.

Ikea fixtures and fittings

Ikea bathroom fixtures
Shower enclosure

Find out how Ikea's bathroom fixtures compare with others by visiting our bathroom fixtures and fittings page.

Ikea bathroom suites

Click through our gallery to see a range of Ikea bathrooms across various styles and prices.

Ikea bathrooms gallery

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    The famous Swedish furniture brand dates back to the 1940s, but first launched in the UK in 1987. There are currently 22 Ikea stores around the country. You can shop online for delivery or pick up in-store.

    You can’t buy a full bathroom suite from Ikea – the company doesn’t make bathtubs or toilets. However, it does make sinks, showers, shower enclosures, and a wide range of bathroom furniture and storage options.

    Ikea also sells lots of bathroom accessories, including towel rails, taps and mirrors. You’ll need to shop elsewhere for flooring and heating, though.

    All Ikea’s bathroom fixtures and products are own-brand.

    Visit our page of bathroom designs for ideas on how to create the perfect bathroom for you and how to cut the cost of your bathroom.

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