Snap And Share

By Alan

11th Apr 2016

4 mins read

Company News

Do you have a camera or know of someone who can take great photos? Share your shots with us and show the world your beautiful bathroom!

Snap And Share Photo Collage

Snap And Share With Victorian Plumbing

Here at Victorian Plumbing we love to see our products go to their new homes. What we love even more though, is seeing images of our products in their new homes shared on social media looking fabulous!

With #SnapAndShare you can show the world your new bathroom in all of its splendour!

What is Snap And Share?

Snap And Share (#SnapAndShare) is our hashtag for our customer’s bathroom pictures! Simply order any bathroom products from us and take a picture of them in your bathroom and share them with us via social media. Don't forget to add the hashtag #SnapAndShare and we’ll retweet, like and pin when we see it!

You’ll also see what other people think of your bathroom ideas and designs.

Why #SnapAndShare Your Bathroom Shots?

Why not? You’ve probably been waiting ages to get the bathroom sorted and now that you have that dream bathroom completed you can share it with the world in seconds.

Good photos will get some social love from us and our followers and friends, great photos will be added to our customer bathrooms page and nd if you bring something exceptional to the table, we may even feature you in press releases and well-known online publications.

What You Need To Do?

Take a snap of your new Victorian Plumbing bathroom suite or bathroom products and share your photos with us via social media including the hashtag #SnapAndShare

Snapping and sharing is that easy however, to make it even easier we’ve listed 3 simple steps to help get you started below.

Make sure you have a social media account

You can #SnapAndShare with us on the social media channels below. If you haven’t got a social media account then simply send us your bathroom photos via email and we’ll upload them for you! press@victorianplumbing.co.uk

● Facebook - www.facebook.com/VictorianPlumbing/
● Twitter - @VictorianPlumb
● Google+ - +VictorianPlumbing
● Pinterest - uk.pinterest.com/victorianplumb/
● Instagram - www.instagram.com/victorianplumbinguk/

Take a good photo of your bathroom

The better the photograph the prouder you’ll be of it! An exceptional photograph of your bathroom could land it in a top publication or reward you with great feedback from the online community.

Check out our article on how to take a good photograph of your bathroom to get some simple tips on achieving the best results.

How To Take A Good Photo Of Your Bathroom
6 Simple Tips To Taking A Great Bathroom Photo

Saving and Sending Your Bathroom Photo

The ideal sizes for social media images are as follows (px = pixels):

● Facebook – 1,200 x 628 px
● Twitter – 1,024 x 512 px
● Google+ – 800 x 1,200 px
● Pinterest – 735 x 1,102 px
● Instagram – 1,080 x 1,080 px

Save your image in the best quality possible. If we decide to add it to our featured customer bathrooms page it will look great for all to see. A low quality image will end up looking blurry or grainy and probably won’t make the grade (no matter how beautiful your bathroom really is).

If you save your images and send them in the sizes listed above we’ll be able to show them off at their best. Don’t worry if not, send them to us anyway and we’ll see what we can do. If we like your bathroom but not your image, we may ask you for some better quality images.

Creating The Perfect #SnapAndShare Posts

Don't be afraid of getting creative when it comes to sharing your bathroom pics. If you can post before and after shots then this would be fantastic. Going one step further would be to include project photos to show your bathroom during the renovation process. If you have lots of images feel free to send them to us via email.

What are you waiting for? Get snapping now and show us your beautiful bathrooms!



Alan is one of our bathroom bloggers here at Victorian Plumbing. He likes writing helpful articles on bathroom trends and ideas. As well as writing his specialist buying guides, Alan can be found here sharing his expert 'how to' step-by-step DIY guides. When he isn't posting on the blog, he likes surfing the web for top bathroom tips and useful customer advice.

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