Curtis Furniture relaunches its website


New website launched by leading UK hotel bedroom furniture manufacturer Curtis Furniture.

Leading UK hotel bedroom furniture manufacturer Curtis Furniture has launched a new website to better promote its unparalleled expertise in the sector.

The new website for the company, which has delivered some 70,000 bedrooms since its formation 26 years ago, details the benefits of working with a UK manufacturer with a peerless portfolio that includes bedroom furniture, seating and aparthotel kitchenettes.

Curtis’ new website reflects the big brands the company works with, ranging from Hilton and Hyatt, through Mercure and Malmaison, to The Other House and The Clermont, many of whom have taken the time to explain on the new website why they have enjoyed working with the company which designs, project manages and installs the furniture.

Curtis’ story is told via stunning inspirational photography and dozens of case studies, with a new “What’s new” section bringing viewers bang up to date with developments including career opportunities.

The site,, is also searchable by hotel.

Managing director Andrew Reynolds said: “We designed our new website to offer new and existing customers some imagery of a huge variety of hotel projects which we have completed.

Clients can look at both the finished furniture and see our team in the process of making the furniture in our factory.”

Curtis’ 60,000ft2 state-of-the-art production facility in Leeds has the capacity to take on large-scale projects of up to 1,000 rooms, and deliver with shorter lead times for UK hotel new-build and refurbishment projects. Full-size mock-up hotel bedrooms inside the factory regularly host designers searching for inspiration as well hotel franchisees looking to understand the guest experience.

As well as the shorter lead times, Curtis’ UK base helps to make the company particularly sustainable. The vast majority of its raw materials are purchased in the UK, and with Curtis  product having to travel many times fewer miles than its European counterparts, the brand’s sustainability credentials are greener than most of its competitors.

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