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21st July 2017
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Imperial Bathrooms' new Design Guide includes latest launches
Imperial Bathrooms has unveiled a bold, new-look Design Guide for its portfolio of handcrafted sanitaryware and bathroom furniture.
As well as providing an inspirational insight into the company's largest product offering to date, the 360-page Guide launches Imperial's new product designs for 2017, as well as all of the manufacturers most popular existing ranges.
"We are especially pleased to draw your attention to our six new furniture ranges, the Firenze Verona, Etoile Canterbury, Radcliffe Attica, Westminster Victoria, Radcliffe Westbury,
Carlyon Roseland collections and also we have extended our Carlyon and Radcliffe Thurlestone Collections," says the company's Amy McCann.
"We have added new pieces to our Astoria Deco, Carlyon and Radcliffe Ceramic Collections, as well as new tile options and a completely refreshed showering collection. We have added
new collections to our brassware, bathroom accessories, lighting, radiators, mirrors and our expanded range of Windsor bath collection and luxury cast Iron baths: all in all,
over 100 pages of fantastic new and exciting products!
"As well as featuring first class photographic imagery from our in house photographic studio, the new Guide provides an illustrated insight into the British handcrafted skills that are deployed throughout every stage of the manufacturing process to deliver timeless products of discerning quality."
Comments managing director, Neil Gore: "Our new restyled Design Guide is reflective of Imperial's continued resolve to distinguish itself in the marketplace. Not only does it
endorse Imperial's enviable reputation for innovative, hand-crafted British quality bathroom products, the sheer depth and diversity of our product offering now signifies to
consumers, retailers and specifiers alike that Imperial is a 'must stock', one-stop brand."
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