Creative Bath Launches New Website

CreativeBathNEW YORK-Creative Bath, celebrating its 40th anniversary, has launched a new website to coincide with Tabletop Week at 7 W New York, Oct. 15-18.

The new website offers a contemporary look and a streamlined navigation user experience. New functions and features include an enhanced product image gallery, downloadable and printable eCatalogs with detailed product specifications, assembly instructions and the ability to submit image request orders with a 48-hour response time.

"Our new website is a true source to our retail partners to access information," the company said in a press release. "The key to our 40 years of success is twofold: We are committed to designing and manufacturing beautiful functional housewares and decor products that are valued and price-driven coupled with establishing, building and maintaining a vital commitment of partnership with our retailers."

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