Creative Bath takes hotel look to retail

Retail Editor 8, September 17, 2010

At the New York Market - After entering the hospitality market with sleek and contemporary bath accessories over the past year, Creative Bath Products is now offering the same looks to retailers.
Using resin as well as acrylic and ceramic to mimic marble, "to keep our prices down and affordable for consumers," explained Bob Weiss, vp of sales and marketing, the company is domestically manufacturing these product lines at its 750,000-square-foot facility at its Central Islip, NY-based headquarters.
Creative Bath Products' Hotel collection encompasses looks that range from five-star hotel quality "through the Hampton Inn."
"The only thing we aren't offering is metal because it's to expensive," he added.
All the same, the collection hits a slightly higher price bracket, set between $14.99 and $39.99 for the wastebasket.
Items are made to be free standing or work as a collection.

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