kbb Birmingham 2020

kbb Birmingham 2020 featured the UK’s largest collection of KBB brands under one roof and offered a vast selection of innovation and choice. Falling during the early stages of the Coronavirus pandemic, exhibitors and visitors were interacting with care in line with the advice at the time. The show floor reflected key industry design trends, such as personalisation and customisation, with sustainability taking centre stage. For the bathroom sector, kbb once again proved the ideal platform to launch the latest collections.

With the virus impacting on every aspect of the kbb industry, from manufacture to delivery, it is clear this year's kkb exhibition would be one of the last industry shows to take place for some time. We have already seen the KBB community responding and adapting to this 'new reality', with all those involved in manufacturing, distribution, retail, specification and design considering new ways to fulfil an altered 'supply and demand' landscape. 

So, if you are looking for fresh inspiration, why not take a few minutes out to take a look at our top picks from the show?

Mark Gordon

“We are delighted that kbb 2020 has delivered so positively for exhibitors and visitors in all areas. The exceptionally strong turnout of visitors throughout the four day show has reinforced our position as the KBB industry’s biggest forum in the UK and shown that it’s not only a place to do business, but is a vital source of inspiring new innovation and design in the KBB sector.”

Mark Gordon, Director, kbb Birmingham

The Importance of kbb

“Shows like kbb are incredibly important to Sottini as they present the perfect opportunity for us to share and demonstrate a wide variety of new additions and our existing Italian-inspired products with key retailers and media."

Olivia Maycock, Retail Marketing Manager, Sottini