Gone are the days when to refurb a kitchen space it was just a question of changing the cabinets and updating the appliances.
Many consumers embarking on updating their kitchen now want to transform the complete room and increasingly this will mean changing wall and floor surfaces. And while ‘texture’ and ‘natural’ are the today’s buzzwords of interior design, a few rolls of woodchip and new laminate flooring is not going to cut the mustard.
Presenting a fascinating selection of products to explore, the Surface & Materials Show on 18 – 20 October at the NEC Birmingham gathers together an extensive range of innovative design materials – from statement worktops and translucent wall cladding to durable flooring and recycled surfaces for modern homes.
With over 1,500 sq. m. of stands, the show features both established and emerging brands at the forefront of sustainability, innovation and design including: the UK’s leading manufacturer and importer of ceramic tiles, Johnson Tiles; France’s leading manufacturer of solid wood flooring, Panaget, and Omek who debuts at the Surface & Materials Show with the high-impact range of Agate microcrystalline Quartz panels seen here.