Imperial Bathrooms unveil new state-of-the-art Wood Division

April 12, 2021

Specialists in the design and manufacture of classic and timeless British-made bathroom solutions, Imperial Bathrooms, is pleased to unveil its all-new Wood Division, which increases its wood-based manufacturing facilities and production of Imperial toilet seats, bath panels and bathroom furniture.

Previously situated in Bilston, the new Wood Division has been relocated to Aldridge in Wolverhampton, West Midlands, where the company’s current Ceramic Workshop, senior management, support staff and maintenance teams are already based.

James Stevenson, Creative Director at Imperial Bathrooms explains, “This strategic move has been long in the making and forms part of a major investment within the company via its new owners, Lousada Plc to confirm its position as one of the leading British manufacturers within the bathroom sector. We firmly believe UK manufacturing is one of the key foundations of our business and with this new investment, it allows us to expand and grow with new additions like our wood division.”

“The new facility has been entirely modernised in order to boost productivity and create a more positive and cohesive work environment for our growing team, and we have more plans for expansion in the next five years” says James.

Imperial Bathrooms new Wood Division features state-of-the-art machinery like its new CNC machine saws and modern spraying facility, which is primed to boost the company’s toilet seat and furniture production capacity.

This new spraying facility will also allow the company to continue to build on its specialist range of hand-finished bathroom products that combine modern manufacturing techniques with traditional artisan design. Classic British refinement like traditionally-made jointed solid wood and genuine wood veneers all form part of the Imperial Bathrooms signature style and this new manufacturing facility will help to accelerate production levels fivefold.


New wood division combining modern & traditional production techniques: CNC machine and hand-spraying facilities.