KBB Birmingham: The Source

Published:  07 November, 2011

BIRMINGHAM: KBB Birmingham will be returning to the NEC, Birmingham from 4-7 March 2012. Preparations for the show are well underway with exhibitors getting ready to showcase their latest products at the UK’s largest trade event dedicated to kitchens, bedrooms and bathrooms.

For the past 26 years, kbb Birmingham has been at the heart of where the industry gathers to discover the latest news and developments. Continuing to build on its reputation as the source of the industry, the 2012 exhibition includes elements that create an experience for all who attend. Targeting both the retail and contract market, the show is an essential destination for those looking to be inspired and informed with ways to drive their business forward.

The leading names within the industry continue to recognise the importance of kbb Birmingham and have signed up to exhibit for the 2012 show. These include Abode, CDA, Franke, Pegler Yorkshire and Rangemaster with new companies Blanco, L&S s.p.a, Miller from Sweden, Nolte, St Rubinetterie, Pura bathrooms, RAK Ceramics and Utopia Bathrooms all confirming their stands in the past few weeks.

kbb 2012 will host a range of exciting and fresh industry-led feature areas, which will inform and educate visitors to new trends and products. New for 2012 are three invitation-only feature areas: Luxury Bathrooms ‘The Heart of Relaxation’; The Living Kitchen ‘The Heart of the home’ and Contract Spaces - the future of Contract Bathroom and Kitchens. All of these spaces will involve leading manufacturers and designers collaborating to build luxury bathroom, kitchen and compact room sets designed to inspire key visitor groups of retailers, interior designers, architects and developers.

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