Mar 22 2007
Luxurious handcrafted ceramic sanitaryware from leading British manufacturer Imperial Bathrooms (Aldridge, West Midlands, England) features in the newly opened specialist bath shop - Ella Jade - located in Harrods, the most famous department store in the world.
Located on the second floor, Ella Jade offers a comprehensive range of bathroom products that are designed for the discerning. Imperial’s period-style Etoile range creates a stunning display within the bath shop and boasts a high level cistern and pan, bidet and a traditional washstand especially designed to house the Etoile basin. Combined with a traditional cast iron bath and Imperial’s range of Regent brassware, Etoile offers the ultimate in luxury and authenticity.
Commenting on Imperial Bathrooms’ presence within Harrods, Managing Director Antonio Garrido said: “We are delighted to have our products featured within Ella Jade. Imperial Bathrooms is renowned for the quality, function and form of its stunning range of products and it is an honour to be associated with Harrods, a store that boasts a reputation for excellence and supplying the finest-quality merchandise.
“As with all our sanitaryware products, Etoile is handcrafted to the highest quality standards and enables customers to create a unique bathroom space of classical distinction.”
Smooth and sleek, the Etoile range successfully harmonises modern features with elegant design. To create a bespoke bathroom solution, customers have the option of combining the basin with a traditional pedestal or an elegant washstand available in highly polished chrome or antique gold. The latter incorporates a glass shelf for storage and a towel rail that can be situated to the right or left of the basin to suit individual tastes and designs.
No longer just a shopping destination or a splendid building, Harrods is an ‘experience’ that has attracted visitors from around the world for over 150 years. A byword for high class and glamorous shopping, Harrods prides itself on its motto; ‘Anything is possible’. Today the store retains an international reputation for quality and boasts 1.2 million luxury goods displayed throughout 330 departments.