Organisers of the kbb Birmingham show have released details of some of the brands and product launches that visitors can look forward to ahead of next year’s show in March 2024.
Set to feature the latest industry product innovations and designs across its four-day run, the 2024 kbb Birmingham show will feature more than 250 KBB sector exhibitors from over 20 countries.
For the bathroom sector, kbb Birmingham has highlighted Whitebirk Sink Company as a brand to keep an eye out for. The traditional fireclay sink manufacturer is planning to launch a range of concrete basins at the show, with the products made from fully-recyclable materials said to be sourced in the UK.
Scudo, which is owned by Harrison Bathrooms, is singled out as another brand to watch. Its appearance at the show will see it launch two new furniture collections, one of which will be the Esme floor-standing cloakroom unit. The Esme unit is said to be slimline and feature soft-close doors that provide quiet and controlled closure with plenty of storage space.
Another new launch for the 2024 show is the Artweger JOICE Walk-in+ barrier-free shower, by Leda Bathrooms. The company is a supplier of accessible bathroom furniture that works to combine style and accessibility for the less able and also operates with “zero landfill”.
Barcelona-based brassware manufacturer Ramón Solerwill be displaying its hydrotherapy shower systems, bathroom taps, kitchen mixers, and bathroom accessories – all of which are said to be eco-efficient by optimising the consumption of water, energy and materials within both the consumer’s home and during their manufacturing process.
Acquabella is also scheduled to launch its new Noon Slate bath at March’s show, which is said to use durable Akron material to combine an elegant and functional design.
Looking to the kitchen sector, Hettich will be exhibiting at the show, primarily featuring its new illuminated LightTower larder storage system. Based on the AvanTech YOU platform drawer system, LightTower is said to require no mains wiring.
Also featuring cutting-edge technology is the new range of kitchen extractors for the UK market by Miro Products. Its products are said to be stylish and unique and are all designed for “the demands of modern-day kitchen living”.
Fittings manufacturer Blum is set to have a significant presence at next year’s kbb Birmingham show, acting as the sponsor of the kbb Innovation Awards, while also exhibiting at its Blum ‘Village’, allowing visitors to explore a range of living spaces. In addition, Blum is also planning to launch Revego, a pocket door system which is said to intuitively change entire spaces for multifunctional use.
German kitchen brand Sachsenküchen will be showcasing its precision drawer system AccuraBox, along with its six customisable options and new black design. The recently certified CO2-neutral manufacturer is also looking to display its 2024 kitchen collection at the show.
Bora says it plans to host a series of cookery demonstrations throughout the event, intended to showcase how its products can be used in the kitchen. One of which will be the QVac built-in vacuum sealer, which is designed to reduce food waste by maintaining taste and appearance of food for up to three times longer than average.
Finally, kbb Birmingham has highlighted Clearwater Products as another highlight of its 2024 exhibitor line-up. The company will display its wide range of hot taps, pull-outs and sinks in materials, including Quarex Granite, cast iron, and nano-coated stainless steel.
“We can’t wait to welcome thousands of designers, retailers, installers, property developers and buyers to discover the impressive array of exhibitors that are showcasing the latest KBB trends and innovations at our event in March”, said Sam Fisher, event director for kbb Birmingham.
She also emphasised that “there will be plenty to explore, with brand-new launches and the chance to see live product demonstrations throughout the four-day event”.
Next year’s kbb Birmingham show is scheduled to run from March 3 – 6, 2024, and is being held at the NEC. Registration for the show can be found here.
As the leading business media platform in the independent kitchen, bedroom, and bathroom retail sector, kbbreview will be serving as the Lead Media Partner for next year’s kbb Birmingham show. This strategic collaboration again brings together the two biggest media entities in the sector to deliver unparalleled coverage and insights of the show and the wider market as it builds to the event.