KBB Birmingham shares exhibitor highlights to look forward to in 2024

InsightFeatures Wed 20th Dec 2023 by KBBFocus

KBB Birmingham shares exhibitor highlights to look forward to in 2024

KBB Birmingham shares exhibitor highlights to look forward to in 2024

Returning to the NEC Birmingham from 3rd - 6th March 2024 is the UK’s largest dedicated kitchens, bedrooms and bathrooms exhibition – kbb Birmingham. Here the organisers round up a selection of bathroom and kitchen highlights to look forward to next year.

Showcasing over 250 exhibitors, from 20 different countries across the KBB sector, the biennial event will feature the latest industry product innovations and advanced designs across the four-day show. 

“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. There will be plenty to explore, with brand-new launches and the chance to see live product demonstrations throughout the four-day event,” comments Sam Fisher, event director for kbb Birmingham.

This year’s kbb Birmingham features exciting bathroom brands including VitrA, Roca, Merlyn, House of Rohl and Vado. Some of the exhibitor highlights to look forward to from the bathroom sector include:

Whitebirk Sink Company (H84) uses the skills of master craftsmen to manufacture its traditional handmade fireclay sinks. Kréte, its concrete range of bathroom basins will launch at the show, made from materials sourced in the UK and fully recyclable. With a variety of sink and tap types in different designs and materials, products can be tailored to exact requirements.

Whitebirk Sink Company – Krete by Whitebirk

Scudo, owned by Harrison Bathrooms (E54) is a family-run business dating back over 100 years. Kbb Birmingham will see the launch of two new furniture collections, including the Esme floor-standing cloakroom unit. The unit is compact and slimline and features luxurious soft close doors that provide quiet and controlled closure with plenty of storage space for bathroom essentials. The brand also uses Eco-Stone gel coat technology as an environmentally friendly alternative, potentially saving 1.4kg of plastic from polluting the environment each year.

Harrison Bathrooms' Scudo

Newly exhibiting for 2024 is the Artweger JOICE Walk-in+ barrier-free walk-in shower, by Leda Bathrooms (C72). The brand proudly supplies beautiful bathroom furniture for the less abled, blending style and accessibility for the bathroom. Leda Bathrooms is a ‘zero landfill’ company, with all waste and byproducts screened for recycling and the remainder used for power generation.

Leda Bathrooms

Brassware manufacturer, Ramón Soler (J91) from Barcelona will showcase its comprehensive range of eco-efficient and highly reliable hydrotherapy shower systems, bathroom taps, kitchen mixers, and bathroom accessories. The brand prioritises research to optimise the consumption of water, energy, and materials within the home and during the production of its products.

Ramón Soler

Presenting innovative and avant-garde decorative concepts for the shower space, Acquabella (D44) will launch its Noon Slate Bathtub. Combining elegance with functionality, its contemporary design blends seamlessly into a variety of bathroom styles characterised by an exclusive material with the durability of Akron® and the natural appearance of slate.

Acquabella's Noon Slate bathtub

The show floor will be full of leading kitchen brands from the kitchen sector including Haier, Rangemaster, Nobili, LochAnna, Novy, Rotpunkt and Caple all at the event. Discover some of the exhibitor highlights to look forward to from the kitchen sector:

One of the world’s largest furniture fitting manufacturers, Hettich (R70) will feature its new LightTower – an illuminated tower unit larder storage, with no mains wiring required and based on the AvanTech YOU platform drawer system.

Hettich LightTower

Miro Products (J90) will exhibit its wide range of kitchen extractors for the UK market at this year’s show. The stylish and unique range of high-performance products all feature the latest cutting-edge technology designed for the demands of modern-day kitchen living.

Miro Products

This year’s sponsor of the kbb Innovation Awards and the world’s leading manufacturer of kitchen and furniture fittings, Blum (C90, C85, B98), will launch REVEGO, a pocket door system designed to intuitively change entire spaces for multifunctional use. The journey at Blum's stands will include a display which will enable visitors to explore living spaces ranging from the compact through to open plan, presenting different solutions and stories along the way.


Renowned for its high-quality furniture, innovative product design, and pioneering technology, Sachsenküchen (N70) will showcase AccuraBox - a precision drawer system with six customisable options and a sleek new black design, in addition to its 2024 kitchen collection. With sustainability at the heart of the brand, they were recently certified as a CO2-neutral manufacturer by the German Quality Association (DGM).


The QVac built-in vacuum sealer by Bora (K90) reduces food waste by maintaining taste and appearance for up to three times longer. With three functions: vacuum sealing, resealing bottles, and marinating, the QVac which will be demonstrated at the show, continues to revolutionise the kitchen as a living space. Throughout the kbb event, Bora will showcase how its products are used in the kitchen with live cookery demonstrations.


Clearwater Products (M113) combine functionality, great design, and reliability in its designs for kitchen sinks and taps. 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.Clearwater Products

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