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Impressive Line Up At Kitchens & Bathrooms Live

August 24, 2015

Kitchens & Bathrooms Live, part of UK Construction Week, has announced an impressive roll call of exhibitors. Offering a pool of valuable industry knowledge in one place, visitors to the show at the NEC this October can draw from expertise in optimum design, materials and surfaces, water management and environmental performance from across the kitchens and bathrooms sector.

Exhibitors such as The Freestanding Kitchen Company and Jax Bathrooms bring design inspiration to the show. Showcasing the timeless beauty of solid oak units, The Freestanding Kitchen Company celebrates the kitchen as the heart of any home. Its traditional craftsmanship and innovative approach to blending old with new to create unique kitchen spaces offers a chance for visitors to consider the alternative to a fitted kitchen.

Meanwhile Jax Bathrooms offers a broad choice of styles with its full range of bathroom design options. Combining furniture in a variety of materials – from timber finishes to high gloss – with its quality sanitaryware, it has something to suit all interior designs.

Another key attraction will see German manufacturer Rotpunkt preview its new kitchen furniture designs, colours and finishes for 2016 on Stand K4 / 620. Combining high production values, design versatility, value for money and the exclusivity that comes with being a bit different, Rotpunkt’s eye-catching designs are sure to draw the crowds.

Matt Philips, Managing Director of Rotpunkt UK commented: “We are delighted to be exhibiting at the first UK Construction Week.  The show will provide a new platform to demonstrate to retailers, builders and developers the opportunities for mid to high end tailored contemporary kitchen design, with the latest door and interior dabinet colours, finishes and accent options.”

For those seeking product innovations and the next directions in Kitchen and Bathroom design additions, the show promises a range of exhibitors showcasing new technologies and enticing aesthetics. Nova UK from G3 Direct is constantly evolving the latest gadgets for the kitchen. For saving time and working smarter in the kitchen, its product range is the obvious choice.

Bringing together a wealth of textures, surfaces and stunning design additions to both kitchen and bathroom spaces alike are Acorn Wholesale Tiles, CGL Granite Sales and Milano stone baths and basins from Savona Imports.

As a result of the show’s strong backing, there visitors can also make the most of an engaging seminar programme bursting with high quality content, with the opportunity to learn about the latest technology and get a heads up on developments in the industry.  Sessions will be led by Darren Morgan, Regional Director of SBID and Director of Designer Kitchen by Morgan and Vanessa Brady OBE, President of the SBID, among others names.

The seminar schedule will be concluded by a Meet the Installer networking session, designed to link main contractors and manufacturers with installers. This session will provide a valuable opportunity to generate new business and long-term partnerships, offering visitors maximum return on the time they invest attending the show.

Bringing together nine shows under one roof, UK Construction Week will be the biggest construction trade event the UK has seen in years.  Taking place at the Birmingham NEC from 6 – 11 October (with the trade only days from 6 – 8 October) the event will unite 1,000 exhibitors with an expected audience of 55,000 visitors.

Visitors will be able to attend Grand Designs Live, the Build Show (incorporating Civils Expo), Timber Expo, the Surface and Materials Show, Energy 2015, Kitchens & Bathroom Live, Plant & Machinery Live, HVAC 2015 and Smart Buildings 2015.

For more information please visit or follow @UK_CW on Twitter.


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