Kbb Birmingham 2022 presents latest products from kitchen, bedroom and bathroom brands
Promotion: more than 200 brands are exhibiting their latest products for kitchens, bathrooms and bedrooms at Kbb Birmingham, one of Europe's largest design exhibitions.
Taking place 6-9 March, Kbb Birmingham will exhibit "the latest innovations and cutting-edge design", including kitchen appliances, paints, worktops, lighting collections and products for flooring and walls.
The event will also present the latest trends in design, including smart and touchless solutions, recycled and sustainable materials, products and colours informed by nature, black kitchens and unusual tile shapes and designs.
"Over the last couple of years, our needs and requirements for the kitchen, bathroom and bedroom space have changed," said Kbb Birmingham creative director Andy Bishop.
"Consumers are looking for good design and style but also practicality and sustainability," he continued.
"Our exhibitors will be showcasing their take on these trends, and we look forward to seeing what they have in store for attendees in 2022."
Many brands intend to launch new products at the show, including tile brand Ca' Pietra, which will be launching a geometric patterned tile collection called Loft Vintage.
Lighting brand Häfele will present its Loox 5, an LED lighting system that can be integrated into units and furniture.
Rotpunkt Küchen is set to exhibit several products throughout the event, such as its Memory RI doors, Matt lacquer anti-fingerprint doors and new Fenix colour range.
Tile and flooring brand Verona will also be launching a number of tile ranges, including Grande Slim, a collection of large porcelain tiles for floors and walls.
"We are looking forward to reuniting the Kbb industry for four days of unrivalled networking and specifying," said Kbb Birmingham sales director Jon Johnson.
"For many of our exhibitors, this will be the first opportunity they've had to showcase their latest products and services, following an unprecedented two years," he continued.
"Kbb Birmingham offers an unbeatable opportunity for our community to meet in-person with valued partners, colleagues and visitors – we can't wait to welcome everyone back."
As part of the event, organisers Informa Markets have introduced Informa AllSecure, "a series of best practice guidelines and industry standards for all event teams to adopt post-Covid-19".
All of the venue's aisles have been widened to four metres across the floor to allow for distancing. Exhibitor and visitor badges will be replaced with digital ones, which can be accessed by a smartphone.
"Our Informa AllSecure guidelines ensure enhanced health and safety standards," said Johnson. "Whether they are exhibitors, visitors, speakers or sponsors, we want all our customers to come to Kbb Birmingham to connect, learn and do business, safely and with confidence."
Kbb Birmingham is a biennial event that takes place at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham.
For more information or to exhibit or register interest, visit Kbb Birmingham's website.
This article was written by Dezeen for Kbb Birmingham as part of a partnership. Find out more about Dezeen partnership content here.