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You can enter as many categories as you like but can only enter each once

Putting your business or showroom forward for an award is always a brave thing to do. It pits your skills against your fellow retailers and lets a judging panel decide who has hit the mark more than another.

Because of this, we take the entry and judging process really seriously and we believe it’s unique to this industry and is designed to make sure that those who win have truly earned their trophy.

WHO CAN ENTER?

The Retailer of the Year and Showroom of the Year categories are open to any showroom-based retailers of kitchen and/or bathrooms based in the UK and Ireland.

IMPORTANT: Multiple retailers must choose ONE specific showroom to enter e.g. your flagship store, or latest opening.

HOW DO YOU ENTER?

Retailers submit their entries via a really simple online process that allows you to save, add, edit and change your entry up to the point you decide to send it to us.

One form enters you for both the Retailer of the Year and Showroom of the Year categories. It is clear on the form which questions match up with which category.

HOW IS IT JUDGED?

Entries are shortlists and the finalists will receive a face-to-face visit from a judge to find out all about your business in person.

Retailer of the Year 2022 judging criteria:

  • Adaptation to changing market conditions
  • Coping with change
  • Demonstrable business plan
  • Staff care and management
  • Marketing to target audience
  • Unique ideas and initiative
  • Showroom effectiveness for target audience
  • Product and supplier choice for target audience

  • What judges do NOT include in their deliberations for Retailer of the Year

  • Size of business – They judge the business on its merits not its size.
  • Size of turnover – They are not looking for who is making the most money. Business success is relative to circumstance, especially this year.
  • Market position – Premium, mid-market or entry-level retailers have as much chance as each other. The key is the definition of target audience.
  • Writing ability and photography quality

  • Click here for the details of the full judging process

    ENTER NOW

    Putting your business or showroom forward for an award is always a brave thing to do. It pits your skills against your fellow retailers and lets a judging panel decide who has hit the mark more than another.

    Because of this, we take the entry and judging process really seriously and we believe it’s unique to this industry and is designed to make sure that those who win have truly earned their trophy.

    WHO CAN ENTER?

    The Retailer of the Year and Showroom of the Year categories are open to any showroom-based retailers of kitchen and/or bathrooms based in the UK and Ireland.

    IMPORTANT: Multiple retailers must choose ONE specific showroom to enter e.g. your flagship store, or latest opening.

    HOW DO YOU ENTER?

    Retailers submit their entries via a really simple online process that allows you to save, add, edit and change your entry up to the point you decide to send it to us.

    One form enters you for both the Retailer of the Year and Showroom of the Year categories. It is clear on the form which questions match up with which category.

    HOW IS IT JUDGED?

    Entries are shortlists and the finalists will receive a face-to-face visit from a judge to find out all about your business in person.

    Retailer of the Year 2022 judging criteria:

  • Adaptation to changing market conditions
  • Coping with change
  • Demonstrable business plan
  • Staff care and management
  • Marketing to target audience
  • Unique ideas and initiative
  • Showroom effectiveness for target audience
  • Product and supplier choice for target audience

  • What judges do NOT include in their deliberations for Retailer of the Year

  • Size of business – They judge the business on its merits not its size.
  • Size of turnover – They are not looking for who is making the most money. Business success is relative to circumstance, especially this year.
  • Market position – Premium, mid-market or entry-level retailers have as much chance as each other. The key is the definition of target audience.
  • Writing ability and photography quality

  • Click here for the details of the full judging process

    ENTER NOW

    Putting your business or showroom forward for an award is always a brave thing to do. It pits your skills against your fellow retailers and lets a judging panel decide who has hit the mark more than another.

    Because of this, we take the entry and judging process really seriously and we believe it’s unique to this industry and is designed to make sure that those who win have truly earned their trophy.

    WHO CAN ENTER?

    The Retailer of the Year and Showroom of the Year categories are open to any showroom-based retailers of kitchen and/or bathrooms based in the UK and Ireland. IMPORTANT: Multiple retailers must choose ONE specific showroom to enter e.g. your flagship store, or latest opening.

    HOW DO YOU ENTER?

    Retailers submit their entries via a really simple online process that allows you to save, add, edit and change your entry up to the point you decide to send it to us.

    One form enters you for both the Retailer of the Year and Showroom of the Year categories. It is clear on the form which questions match up with which category.

    HOW IS IT JUDGED?

    Entries are shortlists and the finalists will receive a face-to-face visit from a judge to find out all about your business in person.

    Showroom of the Year 2021 judging criteria:

  • Adaptation to changing market conditions
  • Coronavirus response
  • Layout
  • Effective use of available space
  • Customer journey
  • Displays and product choice
  • Unique ideas and initiative
  • Effectiveness as a sales tool
  • Customer presentation area
  • Housekeeping

  • What judges do NOT include in their deliberations for Showroom of the Year

  • Showroom size – No more weight is given to big showrooms than small
  • Overall business success – It is purely about the showroom design and layout
  • Market position – Premium, mid-market or entry level retailers have as much chance as each other. The key is the definition of target audience.
  • Writing ability and photography quality

  • Click here for the details of the full judging process

    ENTER NOW

    Putting your business or showroom forward for an award is always a brave thing to do. It pits your skills against your fellow retailers and lets a judging panel decide who has hit the mark more than another.

    Because of this, we take the entry and judging process really seriously and we believe it’s unique to this industry and is designed to make sure that those who win have truly earned their trophy.

    WHO CAN ENTER?

    The Retailer of the Year and Showroom of the Year categories are open to any showroom-based retailers of kitchen and/or bathrooms based in the UK and Ireland. IMPORTANT: Multiple retailers must choose ONE specific showroom to enter e.g. your flagship store, or latest opening.

    HOW DO YOU ENTER?

    Retailers submit their entries via a really simple online process that allows you to save, add, edit and change your entry up to the point you decide to send it to us.

    One form enters you for both the Retailer of the Year and Showroom of the Year categories. It is clear on the form which questions match up with which category.

    HOW IS IT JUDGED?

    Entries are shortlists and the finalists will receive a face-to-face visit from a judge to find out all about your business in person.

    Showroom of the Year 2021 judging criteria:

  • Adaptation to changing market conditions
  • Coronavirus response
  • Layout
  • Effective use of available space
  • Customer journey
  • Displays and product choice
  • Unique ideas and initiative
  • Effectiveness as a sales tool
  • Customer presentation area
  • Housekeeping

  • What judges do NOT include in their deliberations for Showroom of the Year

  • Showroom size – No more weight is given to big showrooms than small
  • Overall business success – It is purely about the showroom design and layout
  • Market position – Premium, mid-market or entry level retailers have as much chance as each other. The key is the definition of target audience.
  • Writing ability and photography quality

  • Click here for the details of the full judging process

    ENTER NOW

    This category celebrates the entrepreneurs launching new kitchen retail businesses.

    It is a brave step to start something from scratch but the industry always needs new blood, new ideas and new approaches if it is to continually evolve. We want to highlight those people and reward their thinking.

    This is a great opportunity for the awards to actively support the leading retailers of tomorrow and encourage those moving the industry forward.

    WHO CAN ENTER?

    For the purposes of the kbbreview Retail & Design Awards 2021, you are eligible to enter this category if you have opened a new kitchen retail showroom business that sells direct to consumers in the 12 months between November 15th 2020 and November 15th 2021.

    This could be a totally new business or a new enterprise for an existing business – e.g. a new showroom in a different town, or new showroom with different concept or target audience.

    Your existing business must only operate up to three retail showrooms. In other words, if you are a significant multiple retail business you cannot enter this category.

    HOW DO YOU ENTER?

    Retailers submit their entries via a really simple online process that allows you to save, add, edit and change your entry up to the point you decide to send it to us.

    HOW IS IT JUDGED?

    Entries are shortlists and the finalists will receive a face-to-face visit from a judge to find out all about your business in person.

    New Kitchen Retailer of the Year judging criteria

  • Adaptation to changing market conditions
  • Coronavirus response
  • Concept and execution
  • Marketing to target audience (includes digital)
  • Product and supplier choice for target audience
  • Future plans
  • Unique ideas and initiative
  • Potential for longevity

  • What judges do NOT include in their deliberations:

  • Size of business – They judge the business on its merits not its size.
  • Size of turnover – They are not looking for who is making the most money. Business success is relative to circumstance.
  • Market position – Premium, mid-market or entry-level retailers have as much chance as each other. The key is the definition of target audience.
  • Writing ability and photography quality

  • Click here for the details of the full judging process

    ENTER NOW

    This category celebrates the entrepreneurs launching new bathroom retail businesses.

    It is a brave step to start something from scratch but the industry always needs new blood, new ideas and new approaches if it is to continually evolve. We want to highlight those people and reward their thinking.

    This is a great opportunity for the awards to actively support the leading retailers of tomorrow and encourage those moving the industry forward.

    WHO CAN ENTER?

    For the purposes of the kbbreview Retail & Design Awards 2021, you are eligible to enter this category if you have opened a new bathroom retail showroom business that sells direct to consumers in the 12 months between November 15th 2020 and November 15th 2021.

    This could be a totally new business or a new enterprise for an existing business – e.g. a new showroom in a different town, or new showroom with different concept or target audience.

    Your existing business must only operate up to three retail showrooms. In other words, if you are a significant multiple retail business you cannot enter this category.

    HOW DO YOU ENTER?

    Retailers submit their entries via a really simple online process that allows you to save, add, edit and change your entry up to the point you decide to send it to us.

    HOW IS IT JUDGED?

    Entries are shortlists and the finalists will receive a face-to-face visit from a judge to find out all about your business in person.

    New Kitchen Retailer of the Year judging criteria

  • Adaptation to changing market conditions
  • Coronavirus response
  • Concept and execution
  • Marketing to target audience (includes digital)
  • Product and supplier choice for target audience
  • Future plans
  • Unique ideas and initiative
  • Potential for longevity

  • What judges do NOT include in their deliberations:

  • Size of business – They judge the business on its merits not its size.
  • Size of turnover – They are not looking for who is making the most money. Business success is relative to circumstance.
  • Market position – Premium, mid-market or entry-level retailers have as much chance as each other. The key is the definition of target audience.
  • Writing ability and photography quality

  • Click here for the details of the full judging process

    ENTER NOW

    The role of the installer in the making the client’s dream kitchen or bathroom come true cannot be underestimated. The kbbreview Retail & Design Awards is shining a spotlight on the very best installation companies in the industry by teaming up with the British Institute of KBB Installation for this special award.

    WHO CAN ENTER?

    Any kitchen and/or bathroom installation company based in the UK or Ireland

    HOW DO YOU ENTER?

    Installation companies submit their entries via a really simple online process that allows you to save, add, edit and change your entry up to the point you decide to send it to us.

    HOW IS IT JUDGED?

    A panel of experts will consider all entries and choose a shortlist.

    Installation Company of the Year judging criteria

  • Adaptation to changing market conditions
  • Workmanship
  • Training and development
  • Versatility and adaptability
  • Community involvement
  • Customer service
  • Business planning
  • Unique ideas and initiative
  • What judges do NOT include in their deliberations for Installation Company of the Year

  • Size of business – They judge the business on its merits not its size.
  • Size of turnover – They are not looking for who is making the most money. Business success is relative to circumstance, especially this year.
  • Market position – Premium, mid-market or entry-level retailers have as much chance as each other. The key is the definition of target audience.
  • Writing ability and photography quality

  • Click here for the details of the full judging process

    ENTER NOW

    Putting your projects forward for an award is always a brave thing to do. It pits your skills against your fellow designers and lets a judging panel decide who has hit the mark more than another.

    Because of this, we take the entry and judging process really seriously and we believe it’s unique to this industry and is designed to make sure that those who win have truly earned their trophy.

    WHO CAN ENTER?

    The design categories are open to ANY designers of kitchen and bathroom projects that have been installed in a real residential home. In other words, they are not for concept or showroom designs. However, one-off designs for a showhome or developer are eligible but it must be stated on the entry form.

    You can enter as many categories as you like but you can only enter each category once.

    HOW DO YOU ENTER?

    Designers submit their entries via a really simple online process that allows you to save, add, edit and change your entry up to the point you decide to send it to us.

    HOW IS IT JUDGED?

    Judges begin by going through all the submitted entries and scoring them against these fixed criteria:

  • Aesthetics
  • Meeting and exceeding the brief
  • Problem solving
  • Product and material choice
  • Unique ideas and initiative
  • Value for money

  • All the shortlisted designers are invited to a dedicated judging day where they are each given 15 minutes to present their project in person to the judging panel.

    It’s their chance to give all the detail and tell the full story of the design, but likewise it’s the judge’s chance to quiz them on all aspects of the project before deciding who the winners are.

    WHAT IS ‘PROJECT COST’?

    The one question that always arises in the design judging is how we define ‘project cost’. No two design projects are the same so the definition we use is ‘the final cost paid to you by the client’. That cost may or may not include all aspects of the completed kitchen or bathroom but they do include the aspects that the designer had control over. So, for example, you may get two kitchens with a project cost of £29,000 but one includes building work, installation and appliances and the other did not.

    On the entry form, the designer must declare the project cost AND what is or isn’t included in that figure. It’s then up to the judges to take those factors into account when making their decisions. This is a design competition, it’s not an audit, so we must take all the figures presented to us at face value, however there is no advantage to be had by manipulating the costs to push it into one category over another.

    WHAT PERIOD DOES IT COVER?

    The submitted projects must have been completed in the 12 months between November 15th 2020 and November 15th 2021

    Click here for the details of the full judging process

    ENTER NOW

    Putting your projects forward for an award is always a brave thing to do. It pits your skills against your fellow designers and lets a judging panel decide who has hit the mark more than another.

    Because of this, we take the entry and judging process really seriously and we believe it’s unique to this industry and is designed to make sure that those who win have truly earned their trophy.

    WHO CAN ENTER?

    The design categories are open to ANY designers of kitchen and bathroom projects that have been installed in a real residential home. In other words, they are not for concept or showroom designs. However, one-off designs for a showhome or developer are eligible but it must be stated on the entry form.

    You can enter as many categories as you like but you can only enter each category once.

    HOW DO YOU ENTER?

    Designers submit their entries via a really simple online process that allows you to save, add, edit and change your entry up to the point you decide to send it to us.

    HOW IS IT JUDGED?

    Judges begin by going through all the submitted entries and scoring them against these fixed criteria:

  • Aesthetics
  • Meeting and exceeding the brief
  • Problem solving
  • Product and material choice
  • Unique ideas and initiative
  • Value for money

  • All the shortlisted designers are invited to a dedicated judging day where they are each given 15 minutes to present their project in person to the judging panel.

    It’s their chance to give all the detail and tell the full story of the design, but likewise it’s the judge’s chance to quiz them on all aspects of the project before deciding who the winners are.

    WHAT IS ‘PROJECT COST’?

    The one question that always arises in the design judging is how we define ‘project cost’. No two design projects are the same so the definition we use is ‘the final cost paid to you by the client’. That cost may or may not include all aspects of the completed kitchen or bathroom but they do include the aspects that the designer had control over. So, for example, you may get two kitchens with a project cost of £29,000 but one includes building work, installation and appliances and the other did not.

    On the entry form, the designer must declare the project cost AND what is or isn’t included in that figure. It’s then up to the judges to take those factors into account when making their decisions. This is a design competition, it’s not an audit, so we must take all the figures presented to us at face value, however there is no advantage to be had by manipulating the costs to push it into one category over another.

    WHAT PERIOD DOES IT COVER?

    The submitted projects must have been completed in the 12 months between November 15th 2020 and November 15th 2021

    Click here for the details of the full judging process

    ENTER NOW

    Putting your projects forward for an award is always a brave thing to do. It pits your skills against your fellow designers and lets a judging panel decide who has hit the mark more than another.

    Because of this, we take the entry and judging process really seriously and we believe it’s unique to this industry and is designed to make sure that those who win have truly earned their trophy.

    WHO CAN ENTER?

    The design categories are open to ANY designers of kitchen and bathroom projects that have been installed in a real residential home. In other words, they are not for concept or showroom designs. However, one-off designs for a showhome or developer are eligible but it must be stated on the entry form.

    You can enter as many categories as you like but you can only enter each category once.

    HOW DO YOU ENTER?

    Designers submit their entries via a really simple online process that allows you to save, add, edit and change your entry up to the point you decide to send it to us.

    HOW IS IT JUDGED?

    Judges begin by going through all the submitted entries and scoring them against these fixed criteria:

  • Aesthetics
  • Meeting and exceeding the brief
  • Problem solving
  • Product and material choice
  • Unique ideas and initiative
  • Value for money

  • All the shortlisted designers are invited to a dedicated judging day where they are each given 15 minutes to present their project in person to the judging panel.

    It’s their chance to give all the detail and tell the full story of the design, but likewise it’s the judge’s chance to quiz them on all aspects of the project before deciding who the winners are.

    WHAT IS ‘PROJECT COST’?

    The one question that always arises in the design judging is how we define ‘project cost’. No two design projects are the same so the definition we use is ‘the final cost paid to you by the client’. That cost may or may not include all aspects of the completed kitchen or bathroom but they do include the aspects that the designer had control over. So, for example, you may get two kitchens with a project cost of £29,000 but one includes building work, installation and appliances and the other did not.

    On the entry form, the designer must declare the project cost AND what is or isn’t included in that figure. It’s then up to the judges to take those factors into account when making their decisions. This is a design competition, it’s not an audit, so we must take all the figures presented to us at face value, however there is no advantage to be had by manipulating the costs to push it into one category over another.

    WHAT PERIOD DOES IT COVER?

    The submitted projects must have been completed in the 12 months between November 15th 2020 and November 15th 2021

    Click here for the details of the full judging process

    ENTER NOW

    Putting your projects forward for an award is always a brave thing to do. It pits your skills against your fellow designers and lets a judging panel decide who has hit the mark more than another.

    Because of this, we take the entry and judging process really seriously and we believe it’s unique to this industry and is designed to make sure that those who win have truly earned their trophy.

    WHO CAN ENTER?

    The design categories are open to ANY designers of kitchen and bathroom projects that have been installed in a real residential home. In other words, they are not for concept or showroom designs. However, one-off designs for a showhome or developer are eligible but it must be stated on the entry form.

    You can enter as many categories as you like but you can only enter each category once.

    HOW DO YOU ENTER?

    Designers submit their entries via a really simple online process that allows you to save, add, edit and change your entry up to the point you decide to send it to us.

    HOW IS IT JUDGED?

    Judges begin by going through all the submitted entries and scoring them against these fixed criteria:

  • Aesthetics
  • Meeting and exceeding the brief
  • Problem solving
  • Product and material choice
  • Unique ideas and initiative
  • Value for money

  • All the shortlisted designers are invited to a dedicated judging day where they are each given 15 minutes to present their project in person to the judging panel.

    It’s their chance to give all the detail and tell the full story of the design, but likewise it’s the judge’s chance to quiz them on all aspects of the project before deciding who the winners are.

    WHAT IS ‘PROJECT COST’?

    The one question that always arises in the design judging is how we define ‘project cost’. No two design projects are the same so the definition we use is ‘the final cost paid to you by the client’. That cost may or may not include all aspects of the completed kitchen or bathroom but they do include the aspects that the designer had control over. So, for example, you may get two kitchens with a project cost of £29,000 but one includes building work, installation and appliances and the other did not.

    On the entry form, the designer must declare the project cost AND what is or isn’t included in that figure. It’s then up to the judges to take those factors into account when making their decisions. This is a design competition, it’s not an audit, so we must take all the figures presented to us at face value, however there is no advantage to be had by manipulating the costs to push it into one category over another.

    WHAT PERIOD DOES IT COVER?

    The submitted projects must have been completed in the 12 months between November 15th 2020 and November 15th 2021

    Click here for the details of the full judging process

    ENTER NOW

    Putting your projects forward for an award is always a brave thing to do. It pits your skills against your fellow designers and lets a judging panel decide who has hit the mark more than another.

    Because of this, we take the entry and judging process really seriously and we believe it’s unique to this industry and is designed to make sure that those who win have truly earned their trophy.

    WHO CAN ENTER?

    The design categories are open to ANY designers of kitchen and bathroom projects that have been installed in a real residential home. In other words, they are not for concept or showroom designs. However, one-off designs for a showhome or developer are eligible but it must be stated on the entry form.

    You can enter as many categories as you like but you can only enter each category once.

    HOW DO YOU ENTER?

    Designers submit their entries via a really simple online process that allows you to save, add, edit and change your entry up to the point you decide to send it to us.

    HOW IS IT JUDGED?

    Judges begin by going through all the submitted entries and scoring them against these fixed criteria:

  • Aesthetics
  • Meeting and exceeding the brief
  • Problem solving
  • Product and material choice
  • Unique ideas and initiative
  • Value for money

  • All the shortlisted designers are invited to a dedicated judging day where they are each given 15 minutes to present their project in person to the judging panel.

    It’s their chance to give all the detail and tell the full story of the design, but likewise it’s the judge’s chance to quiz them on all aspects of the project before deciding who the winners are.

    WHAT IS ‘PROJECT COST’?

    The one question that always arises in the design judging is how we define ‘project cost’. No two design projects are the same so the definition we use is ‘the final cost paid to you by the client’. That cost may or may not include all aspects of the completed kitchen or bathroom but they do include the aspects that the designer had control over. So, for example, you may get two kitchens with a project cost of £29,000 but one includes building work, installation and appliances and the other did not.

    On the entry form, the designer must declare the project cost AND what is or isn’t included in that figure. It’s then up to the judges to take those factors into account when making their decisions. This is a design competition, it’s not an audit, so we must take all the figures presented to us at face value, however there is no advantage to be had by manipulating the costs to push it into one category over another.

    WHAT PERIOD DOES IT COVER?

    The submitted projects must have been completed in the 12 months between November 15th 2020 and November 15th 2021

    Click here for the details of the full judging process

    ENTER NOW

    Putting your projects forward for an award is always a brave thing to do. It pits your skills against your fellow designers and lets a judging panel decide who has hit the mark more than another.

    Because of this, we take the entry and judging process really seriously and we believe it’s unique to this industry and is designed to make sure that those who win have truly earned their trophy.

    WHO CAN ENTER?

    The design categories are open to ANY designers of kitchen and bathroom projects that have been installed in a real residential home. In other words, they are not for concept or showroom designs. However, one-off designs for a showhome or developer are eligible but it must be stated on the entry form.

    You can enter as many categories as you like but you can only enter each category once.

    HOW DO YOU ENTER?

    Designers submit their entries via a really simple online process that allows you to save, add, edit and change your entry up to the point you decide to send it to us.

    HOW IS IT JUDGED?

    Judges begin by going through all the submitted entries and scoring them against these fixed criteria:

  • Aesthetics
  • Meeting and exceeding the brief
  • Problem solving
  • Product and material choice
  • Unique ideas and initiative
  • Value for money

  • All the shortlisted designers are invited to a dedicated judging day where they are each given 15 minutes to present their project in person to the judging panel.

    It’s their chance to give all the detail and tell the full story of the design, but likewise it’s the judge’s chance to quiz them on all aspects of the project before deciding who the winners are.

    WHAT IS ‘PROJECT COST’?

    The one question that always arises in the design judging is how we define ‘project cost’. No two design projects are the same so the definition we use is ‘the final cost paid to you by the client’. That cost may or may not include all aspects of the completed kitchen or bathroom but they do include the aspects that the designer had control over. So, for example, you may get two kitchens with a project cost of £29,000 but one includes building work, installation and appliances and the other did not.

    On the entry form, the designer must declare the project cost AND what is or isn’t included in that figure. It’s then up to the judges to take those factors into account when making their decisions. This is a design competition, it’s not an audit, so we must take all the figures presented to us at face value, however there is no advantage to be had by manipulating the costs to push it into one category over another.

    WHAT PERIOD DOES IT COVER?

    The submitted projects must have been completed in the 12 months between November 15th 2020 and November 15th 2021

    Click here for the details of the full judging process

    ENTER NOW

    NO ENTRIES REQUIRED

    Even in an industry of amazing people, initiatives and organisations there will always be those that stand out as truly exceptional and it is those achievements that we highlight in this special category.

    We do NOT require entries for this category and there are no shortlists or finalists. The recipients are chosen by the editorial team of kbbreview for their outstanding contribution to the industry.

    Over the years the award has been given to individuals whose lifetime body of work has influenced and shaped the industry, but equally we have always been keen to stress that a ‘Special Achievement Award’ is not simply a ‘Lifetime Achievement Award’ and we have handed that famous trophy out for a wide variety of equally impressive accomplishments.

    Successful businesses and industries are always looking for fresh, new, creative talent. These rising stars often drive companies to innovate and embrace new practices and technologies and, guided by experienced hands, they can grow into valuable team members or even the next generation of business leaders.

    The development of this pool of new, young talent is so important to the future of the kitchen, bedroom and bathroom retail sector and this is why kbbreview is introducing its ‘Rising Stars’ award as part of the Save Our Skills campaign.

    And, as with the Save Our Skills, the Rising Stars Award is sponsored by Quooker. Every month between July 2021 and February 2022, we will choose a Rising Star to feature on our kbbreview newsletter. 

    Then, from that shortlist, we will choose one to be our overall Rising Star 2022 and they will be revealed at the kbbreview Retail & Design Awards 2022 ceremony in Birmingham.

    So we need YOU to tell us who your Rising Star is – who are the members of your team that you believe stand out as a star of the future in this industry?

    There are only two rules:

    1) They must be currently employed by a retailer – defined as a company that sells direct to the consumer.
    2) They must be under 30 years of age on March 7th, 2022. Other than that, they can perform any job role within your business – admin, design, sales, finance, installation, we don’t mind as long as they’re a star.

    You can nominate up to THREE people, and you must send us:

  • A clear high resolution picture of them (one taken with your phone on normal settings is fine)
  • Their full name and job title
  • Up to 200 words telling us why they’re your Rising Star
  • Your full name and job title
  • And that’s all you need to do.

    This is a fantastic opportunity to raise the profile of your business and the talent within it. It’s a great chance to let your people know how much you value them and believe in their contribution.

    It’s also a way of demonstrating to the wider industry just what can be achieved if you take the time to nurture raw talent.


    Click here for the details of the full judging process

    ENTER NOW

    This very special award is being introduced in 2022 to highlight the important work done by the people who work for those companies that supply the independent kitchen and bathroom retail network.

    These brands are made up of teams of hard-working and dedicated people and we want to hear all about what they do to keep those retailers stocked, happy and full of customers.

    A team can be any size (as long as it’s more than one person) but that team MUST perform a specific function within the company. For example – sales, marketing, logistics, warehouse, design, admin etc. In other words, you can’t nominate the whole company as one ‘team…

    The one exception to that rule is if your company has less than TEN members of staff and they perform multiple roles as one team.

    WHO CAN ENTER?

    We are defining ‘supplier’ as anyone who provides products AND/OR services to the independent kitchen and bathroom retail network. So we’re including product manufacturers and distributors but also service providers such as software, marketing support etc.

    HOW DO YOU ENTER?

    Companies submit their entries via a really simple online process that allows you to save, add, edit and change your entry up to the point you decide to send it to us.

    HOW IS IT JUDGED?

    A panel of experts will consider all entries and choose a shortlist.

    Supplier Team of the Year judging criteria

  • Adaptation to changing market conditions
  • Attention to detail
  • Training and development
  • Personal service
  • Going beyond the call of duty
  • Unique ideas and initiative
  • What judges do NOT include in their deliberations for Installation Company of the Year

  • Size of business – They judge the business on its merits not its size.
  • Size of turnover – They are not looking for who is making the most money. Business success is relative to circumstance, especially this year.
  • Market position – Premium, mid-market or entry-level retailers have as much chance as each other. The key is the definition of target audience.
  • Writing ability and photography quality

  • Click here for the details of the full judging process

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    FAQ

    The kbbreview Retail & Design Awards are a celebration of the very best retailers, designers and manufacturers in the kitchen and bathroom industry. They are by far the longest running and most prestigious awards in the sector with the 2022 event celebrating 28 years.

    Our categories are split into two disciplines – retail and design. They are open to any retailers and designers of kitchen and bathroom projects in the UK and Ireland. Independents, multiples and franchisees are all welcome to enter and it’s totally FREE.

    The design categories are open to ANY designers of kitchen and bathroom projects that have been installed in a real residential home. In other words, they are not for concept or showroom designs. However, one-off designs for a showhome or developer are eligible but it must be stated on the entry form.

    The categories are:

  • Kitchen Designer of the Year: project cost over £50,000*
  • Kitchen Designer of the Year: project cost £30,000 - £50,000*
  • Kitchen Designer of the Year: project cost up to £30,000*
  • Bathroom Designer of the Year: project cost over £25,000*
  • Bathroom Designer of the Year: project cost £10,000 - £25,000*
  • Bathroom Designer of the Year: project cost up to £10,000*

  • *Read more about the categories

    IMPORTANT: You can enter as many categories as you like but only one design per category.

    ‘Project cost’ is defined as the final sum paid to you by your client. The entry form allows you to declare what is included in that cost e.g. installation.

    To find out more about each category, including the judging criteria, click on the name or simply continuing scrolling down the site.

    The retail categories reward the very best retailers and showrooms and are open to ANY retailers of kitchens and bathrooms in the UK and Ireland.

    IMPORTANT: Multiple retailers must choose ONE specific showroom to enter e.g. your flagship store, or latest opening.

    The categories are:

  • Kitchen Retailer of the Year*
  • Kitchen Showroom of the Year*
  • Bathroom Retailer of the Year*
  • Bathroom Showroom of the Year*
  • New Kitchen Retailer of the Year*
  • New Bathroom Retailer of the Year*
  • Rising Star Award*

  • *Read more about the categories

    The Retailer of the Year awards are for the best all round retailers looking at factors including business success, marketing, showroom, customer service and after-sales.

    The Showroom of the Year categories look specifically at how well designed showrooms are and their effectiveness for the target market.

    The New Retailer of the Year categories reward new retail businesses that have opened in the 12 months up to the closing date of November 16 2021.

    The Community Champion of the Year award highlights how retailers help their local community and the Rising Star award rewards the under-30s moving the retail sector forward.

    One entry form puts you forward for both the Retailer of the Year and Showroom of the Year.

    There is are separate entry forms for the New Retailer of the Year categories, the Community Champion of the Year and Rising Star Award.

    To find out more about each category, including the judging criteria, click on the name or simply continuing scrolling down the site.

    The Installation Company of the Year category is run in partnership with the British Institute of KBB Installation and it is open to any kitchen and/or bathroom company operating in the UK or Ireland.

    Read more about the categories

    This very special award is being introduced in 2022 to highlight the important work done by the people who work for those companies that supply the independent kitchen and bathroom retail network.

    These brands are made up of teams of hard-working and dedicated people and we want to hear all about what they do to keep those retailers stocked, happy and full of customers.

    A team can be any size (as long as it’s more than one person) but that team MUST perform a specific function within the company. For example – sales, marketing, logistics, warehouse, design, admin etc. In other words, you can’t nominate the whole company as one ‘team...

    The one exception to that rule is if your company has less than TEN members of staff and they perform multiple roles as one team.

    Read more about the categories

    Entries are submitted via a very simple online form. It allows you to start an entry and then add, edit or change as much as you like before sending it to us.

    The closing date is 5pm on Tuesday November 16, 2021 – please note that there will be NO extensions!

    Absolutely nothing. The kbbreview Retail & Design Awards is completely FREE to enter and always has been for 28 years.

    The judging process for the kbbreview Retail & Design Awards is unique in its focus and detail. We have several stages to make sure the entering is easy but winning is hard!

    You can see the full judging process here

    The winners will be revealed on Monday, March 7th, 2022 at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole alongside the kbb show at the NEC.

    No, the Special Achievement Award is chosen by the editorial team of kbbreview and goes to an outstanding individual who has made a significant contribution to the kitchen, bedroom and bathroom industry.

    Special Achievement Award

    2021 Johnny Grey
    2020 Adam Thomas, designer
    2019 Alan Dodds, managing director Roca UK
    2018 KBSA
    2017 Damian Walters, chief executive, British Institute of KBB Installation
    2016 Paul Crossley, Just Trays
    2015 The KBB NTG and the team behind the Bucks New University Foundation Degree in Kitchen Design
    2014 Roger Kyme, CEO, Ripples
    2014 Iain Mckinlay, Former MD, Hansgrohe
    2013 Yvonne Orgill, BMA
    2012 Duncan Marr, Franke
    2011 John and Tom Hart, C P Hart
    2010 Nick Hopkinson, Mark Two
    2009 Laurence Pidgeon and Keith Atkins, Alternative Plans
    2008 Roger Cooper, Ideal Standard
    2007 Mark Wilkinson, Mark Wilkinson Furniture
    2006 Uwe Hanneck, BSH Group
    2005 Martyn Denny, president of BMA


    Kitchen Retailer of the Year
    (formerly Master Retailer Award for Kitchens)

    2021 The Myers Touch, Winchester
    2020 Kitchens by JS Geddes, Kilmarnock
    2019 Kitchens International, Broxburn
    2018 Kitchens by JS Geddes, Kilmarnock
    2017 Celtic Interiors, Cork
    2016 Kitchens International
    2015 Kitchens by J.S.Geddes - Kilmarnock
    2014 Kitchens International
    2013 Kitchens by J S Geddes
    2012 Kitchens by J S Geddes
    2011 Kitchen Architecture
    2010 Kitchen Architecture
    2009 Diane Berry Kitchens
    2008 Kitchens International
    2007 Houseworks
    2006 Norwood Kitchens
    2005 Norwood Kitchens
    2004 JS Geddes Design Partnership
    2003 Houseworks
    2002 Underwood Kitchens
    2001 Robinson Interiors
    2000 Bannisters
    1999 Affordable Kitchens
    1998 Hatt Kitchens
    1997 J S Geddes Design Partnership
    1995 A Bell & Company
    1994 4 Seasons Design


    Showroom Award for Kitchens

    2021 Diane Berry Kitchens, Manchester
    2020 Kitchens International, Edinburgh
    2019 Kitchens International, Glasgow
    2018 KC Design House, Yorkshire
    2017 The Myers Touch, Winchester
    2016 Arthouse Creative Interiors
    2015 Roundhouse Design - Wigmore Street, London
    2014 Spacefittingfurniture
    2013 Townhouse Design, Harrogate
    2012 Kitchen Architecture
    2011 Parkes Interiors
    2010 Design House Dublin
    2009 Houseworks Dublin
    2008 Kitchen Culture (Esher, Surrey)
    2007 Houseworks Belfast
    2006 Arthouse Creative Interiors (Cheshire)
    2005 Nicholas Anthony (London)
    2004 Kitchen Culture
    2003 Callum Walker Interiors
    2002 Crabtree Kitchens
    2001 Stuart Frazer
    2000 Tsunami
    1999 IGF Interiors
    1998 The Kitchen and Bathroom Collection of Salisbury


    Bathroom Retailer of the Year
    (Formerly Master Retailer Award for Bathrooms)

    2021 TBK Design, London
    2020 Laings, Inverurie
    2019 Soaks Bathrooms, Belfast
    2018 Laings, Inverurie
    2017 Tec Lifestyle, Maldon
    2016 Tilestyle
    2015 Bathe & Beyond - Staines-upon-Thames
    2014 The Bathroom Company, Perth
    2013 Robert Pochin, Leicester
    2012 The Bathroom Company, Perth
    2011 The Bathroom Company, Perth
    2010 The Yard
    2009 Burge & Gunson
    2008 The Yard
    2007 D W Burns
    2006 The Yard
    2005 Versatile Bathrooms & Interiors
    2004 The Bathroom Studio
    2003 Versatile Bathrooms & Interiors
    2002 Channel Island Ceramics
    2001 Elegant John Bathrooms
    2000 T W Thomas & Co
    1999 Roberts & Co
    1998 Littlejohn Bathrooms
    1997 BodyWash
    1995 Durham Modern Homes
    1994 Ripples


    Showroom Award for Bathrooms

    2021 ESP Bathrooms, Preston
    2020 Laings, Inverurie
    2019 BathroomsByDesign, Brentford
    2018 The Bathroom Company, Edinburgh
    2017 Laings, Aberdeenshire
    2016 Victor Paris Bathrooms
    2015 Sapphire Living Space - Exeter
    2014 Bathe And Beyond
    2013 Robert Pochin, Leicester
    2012 Tilestyle
    2011 The Bathroom Company, Perth
    2010 Bathing Design Studio
    2009 Taylor’s Etc
    2008 Bath House Design Ltd
    2007 Taylor's Etc
    2006 In Design, London
    2005 Dream Design
    2004 The Yard
    2003 Ripples (Bath)
    2002 Platinum Bathroom Studio
    2001 Porcelanosa
    2000 Original Bathrooms of Cork
    1999 West One Bathrooms
    1998 Roberts Plumbers Merchants & Bathroom Specialists


    New Kitchen Retailer of the Year

    2021 Elgar Kitchens, Worcester
    2020 Stone & Chrome


    New Bathroom Retailer of the Year

    2021 Pier 1 Bathrooms, Hove
    2020 Rouse Bathrooms


    Community Champion of the Year

    2021 Dream Doors , Newbury
    2020 Caldicot Kitchen & Bathrooms Centre


    Customer Service Award for Kitchens

    2019 Wright Kitchens, Harlow
    2018 Orwells Furniture, Ipswich
    2017 John Willies Country Kitchens, New Forest
    2016 The Kitchen Company
    2015 Fitzgeralds Interiors - High Wycombe
    2014 Roma Interiors Ltd
    2013 Rugby Fitted Kitchens
    2012 Dewhirst Kitchens
    2011 The Studio by Innovations, Stoke on Trent
    2010 Scammell Interiors, York
    2009 Kitchen Consultants, Cambridge
    2008 Mark Wilkinson Furniture Ltd (Tunbridge Wells)
    2007 McNally Kitchens


    Customer Service Award for Bathrooms

    2019 City Plumbing, Andover
    2018 Victor Paris Bathrooms, Edinburgh
    2017 Pochin Bathrooms, Leicester
    2016 Zest Bathrooms
    2015 Wave Bathrooms – Salisbury
    2014 Kedleston Interiors
    2013 Fabulous Bathrooms, Reading
    2012 Sarah Ireland Bathrooms
    2011 BASCS, Swindon
    2010 Ripples, Bath
    2009 Tubs and Tiles, Coventry
    2008 Jacques Bathrooms, Solihull
    2007 Dream Design


    Kitchen Designer of the Year - project cost over £50,000

    2021 David Hall, David Hall Kitchen & Furniture Makers, Royston
    2020 Pippa Paton, Pippa Paton Design
    2019 Shane Hilton, Arundel Bespoke
    2018 Julia Brown – Mowlem & Co, Newcastle
    2017 Roselind Wilson – Roselind Wilson Design
    2016 Martin Smith, Holloways of Ludlow
    2015 Matt Podesta – Podesta
    2014 Andrew Rizza - Dream Design, Dorset
    2013 Darren Jenner, Darren Jenner London
    2012 Andrew Rizza, Dream Design


    Kitchen Designer of the Year - project cost £30,000-£50,000

    2021 Howard Miller, H. Miller Bros, Liverpool
    2020 Caroline Davies, Aristocraft Kitchens & Bedrooms
    2019 Alan Drumm, Uncommon Projects
    2018 Rhiannon Phenis, Sola Kitchens
    2017 Alan Drumm, Uncommon Projects
    2016 Richard McGee, Holloways of Ludlow
    2015 Christian Stevenson - ChristianPaul
    2014 Kieron Bell - Kitchens International, Aberdeen
    2013 Donna Grech, Grech & Grech Interiors
    2012 Matt Podesta, Podesta


    Kitchen Designer of the Year - project cost up to £30,000

    2021 Donna Casey, thatssocool, London
    2020 Martin Baptie, Baptie Design
    2019 Louise Berry, Naked Kitchens
    2018 Diane Berry – Diane Berry Kitchens, Manchester
    2017 Tony and Hayley Robson – DayTrue
    2016 Mark Newbery, Sapphire Spaces
    2015 James Robinson - Brookvale Kitchens
    2014 Colin Wong - Development Direct, Edinburgh
    2013 Edd Thurston & Jack Trench, Jack Trench Ltd
    2012 Ivan Burrows, Alfie Briggs Alwood


    Designer Award for Kitchens - project cost over £25,000

    2011 Stephen Graver, Stephen Graver Ltd
    2010 Robert Burnett, Holloways of Ludlow & Lorenzo
    Grifantini, DOS Architects

    2009 Nick Flatley, Yorkshire Design Assoc.
    2008 Scott Lawrence, Kitchen Culture
    2007 Scott Lawrence, Kitchen Culture


    Designer Award for Kitchens - project costs up to £25,000

    2011 Janice Sutherland, Alfred Briggs (Alwood) Ltd
    2010 Dominique McLaughlin, James James Kitchens
    2009 Darren Morgan, Glenvale Kitchens
    2008 Susan Quirke, Quirke McNamara Consultancy
    2007 Peter Leonard, Greenhill Kitchens


    Designer Award for Kitchens

    2006 Jo Sampson, Blacksheep
    2005 Tristan de la Haye, Kitchen Culture
    2004 Stuart McLauchlan, SHH
    2003 Kevin Nicholas, Nicholas Anthony
    2002 Andrew Bannister, Bannister Design
    2001 Wendy Gossage, Hatt Kitchens
    2000 Simon Taylor, 4 Seasons Design
    1999 Graham Britain, Treyone Woodcraft
    1998 Simon Taylor, 4 Seasons Design
    1997 Graham Brittain, Treyone Woodcraft


    Young Designer Award for Kitchens

    2011 Donna Grech, Grech & Grech Interiors
    2010 Nikita Pearce, Callisto Design
    2009 Erin Shevlin, Vidaco
    2008 Chris Etheridge, Krieder
    2007 Sally Gasking, Kitchens
    2006 Simon Pink, Houseworks
    2005 Breeda O'Donoghue, Houseworks
    2004 Jonathan Paul Woodcock, One Way Kitchens
    2003 Karen Doyle, Houseworks Ltd
    2002 Natalie Braddock-Mead, Stuart Frazer
    2001 Tristan de-la-Haye, Avantgarde Interiors
    2000 Jonathan Woodcock, One Way Kitchens


    Designer Award for Kitchens – contracts and house builders

    2014 Ailsa Howorth - Kitchens International, Broxburn
    2013 Eva Siskinova & Ali Ravanshad, Dandi Living
    2012 Jillian Knowlton, Adaptations Ltd
    2011 Allan Craig, Collinton Kitchen Design Ltd
    2010 Andrew Rizza, Dream Design
    2009 Helen Fewster, Suna Interiors
    2008 Parminder Singh Hunjan, Krieder


    Bathroom Designer of the Year - project cost over £25,000

    2021 Pippa Paton, Pippa Paton Design, Longworth
    2020 Ana Rezende, Ripples Bournemouth
    2019 Hayley Robson, DayTrue Interiors
    2018 Pippa Paton – Pippa Paton Design, Oxford
    2017 Roselind Wilson – Roselind Wilson Design
    2016 Martin Hammond & Richard Fox, Ripples Solihull
    2015 René Dekker and Emlyn Conlon
    2014 Andrew Rizza - Dream Design, Dorset
    2013 Eva Siskinova & Ali Ravanshad, Dandi Living
    2012 Mark Mallindine, Mark Mallindine Architects


    Bathroom Designer of the Year - project cost £10,000-£25,000

    2021 Judith Harrop, Judith Harrop Interior Design, Birstall
    2020 Rebecca Milnes, CP Hart
    2019 Hayley Robson, DayTrue Interiors
    2018 Kia Stanford and Alex Reichardt – Kia Designs, London
    2017 Martina Landhed – InStil Design
    2016 Zoe Curtis, Taylors Etc
    2015 Craig Senel – Puro Design
    2014 Martin and Lisa Hammond - Ripples Solihull
    2013 Jim Gibson, Stone & Chrome
    2012 Stephen Roulstone, Charles Yorke


    Bathroom Designer of the Year - project cost up to £10,000

    2021 Steven Pepper, Suna Interior Design, London
    2020 Nicola Holden, Nicola Holden Designs
    2019 Alison Teverini, Milward Teverini
    2018 Tim Spiller and Liam Bennett – Crawford Partnership Architects, London
    2017 Sarah Ireland – Sarah Ireland Designs
    2016 Timothy Baber, Yellow Duck Interiors
    2015 Colin Wong – Development Direct
    2014 Pippa Paton - Pippa Paton Design, Oxfordshire
    2013 Martina Landhed, formerly of Ripples Oxford
    2012 Patrick Inglis, Jamal Badrashi & Kim Loddo, Inglish Badrashi Loddo


    Designer Award for Bathrooms - project cost over £15,000

    2011 Michelle Pabarcius, Design Solutions
    2010 Michelle Pabarcius, Design Solutions
    2009 Zak Reynolds, Ripples Chichester
    2008 René Dekker, SHH
    2007 Tim Baber, Ripples Bristol


    Designer Award for Bathrooms - project costs up to £15,000

    2011 Timothy Baber, Yellow Duck Interiors
    2010 Susan Quirke, Quirke McNamara Consultancy
    2009 Gemma Hewick, Ripples Newbury
    2008 Gemma Hewick, Ripples Newbury
    2007 Sarah Louise Ireland, Ripples Cheltenham


    Designer Award for Bathrooms

    2006 Tim Angus, SHH
    2005 Marie-Laurence Camara-Ferguson, Ice Cube Design
    2004 Stuart McLauchlan, SHH
    2003 Fiona Curtis, Bailgate Kitchens & Cookware
    2002 Shaun Lenane, Nicholas Anthony
    2001 Wayne Bliben, Venezia Bathrooms
    2000 Dereke Garnish, Paul Newman Interiors
    1999 Shaun Lenane, Nicholas Anthony
    1998 Keith Rossin, Keith Rossin Interiors
    1997 Sarah Dodridge, Young


    Young Designer Award for Bathrooms

    2011 Nicole Foster, Porcelanosa Scotland
    2010 Monita Cheung, C P Hart
    2009 Lindsay Merchant, Sarah Ireland Bathrooms
    2008 Jessica Blake, Ripples Chichester
    2007 Jessica Blake, Ripples Chichester
    2006 Melinda Hill, Ripples Mayfair
    2005 Susan Quirke, Quirke McNamara Consultancy
    2004 Gary Clegg, Bathroom & Design Ideas
    2003 Janine Creed, Ripples (Bath)
    2002 Andrea Brown, Ripples (Oxford)
    2001 Claire Brazier, Ripples (Bristol)
    2000 Katy Dixon, Bannisters


    Designer Award for Bathrooms – contracts and house builders

    2014 Colin Wong - Development Direct, Edinburgh
    2013 Helen Fewster & Rebecca Tucker, Suna Interior Design Ltd
    2012 Helen Fewster & Rebecca Tucker, Suna Interior Design Ltd
    2011 Helen Fewster & Rebecca Tucker, Suna Interior Design Ltd
    2010 Max Spenser-Morris, Design Republic
    2009 Mark Bithrey, B3 Designers
    2008 Helen Fewster, Suna Interior Design Ltd.


    Student Designer Award

    2006 Eamon Nawal, The Arts Institute at Bournemouth
    2005 Chanin Kemakawat, Inchald School of Design
    2004 Leon Lavictoire, Barking College
    2003 Jennifer Lewis, Bishop Burton College
    2002 Nicola Blaine, Bishop Burton College
    2001 Claire Myerscough, Bishop Burton College


    Young Designer Award

    1999 Anne Wallis, En Suite Designs
    1998 Alison Evans, Ripples (Cheltenham)


    Environmental Innovation Product Award for Kitchens

    2011 Bosch
    2010 AEG-Electrolux
    2009 Hotpoint
    2008 Electrolux


    Environmental Innovation Product Award for Bathrooms

    2011 Senso
    2010 Roca
    2009 Hansgrohe
    2008 Aqualisa


    Kitchens, Bedrooms and Bathrooms Magazine Readers' Product Design Award

    2011 Falmec
    2010 De Dietrich
    2009 Roman


    Designer Award for Accessible Kitchens

    2007 Alison Wright, Easy Living Home
    2006 Adam Thomas, Design Matters


    Designer Award for Accessible Bathrooms

    2007 Alison Wright, Easy Living Home
    2006 Alison Wright & Kate Sheehan, Easy Living Home


    Marketing Award for Kitchens

    2006 Kitchen Culture
    2005 Crabtree Kitchens
    2004 Houseworks
    2003 The Kitchen Clinic
    2002 Steve Hilldrith Interiors
    2001 The Kitchen Clinic
    2000 G S Geddes
    1999 Dewhirst Kitchens
    1998 Chris Jones Classic Kitchens
    1997 Penwith Kitchen Studio


    Marketing Award for Bathrooms

    2006 The Yard
    2005 Ripples (Chichester)
    2004 The Yard
    2003 Original Bathrooms & Tiles
    2002 Scope Bathroom Interiors
    2001 Original Bathrooms & Tiles
    2000 Boundary
    1999 T W Thomas & Co
    1998 Ripples (Bath)
    1997 Just Add Water


    Product Innovation Award for Kitchens

    2019 Dialog Oven from Miele
    2018 Fusics Table by Schott Ceran
    2017 Frames by Franke – Franke
    2016 Hoover Wizard WiFi, Hoover
    2015 Poggenpohl – The Fourth Wall
    2014 Krushr V2 recycling compactor – Krushr
    2013 BORA Professional Cooktop Extractor System
    2012 De Dietrich DTiM1000C Piano 'Zoneless' Induction Hob
    2005 Waterstation by Rieber


    Product Innovation Award for Bathrooms

    2019 GoClick from Flova
    2018 ShowerHeaven 1200/300 4jet by Axor
    2017 Concept Freedom – Ideal Standard
    2016 Intelligente Series Digital Showering System, Tissino
    2015 Ideal Standard – Dea
    2014 IN WC by Lagares - Puro Design
    2013 Mood Collection from Noken, part of the Porcelanosa Group
    2012 Alchemy Design Award Level45 by Falper
    2005 Aqua-Dec by Impey UK

    On the night of the awards, one lucky person in attendance will win £5,000. Please read the terms and conditions here.

    Judging

    The judging process for the kbbreview Retail & Design Awards is like no other in the industry. We have always believed that awards are only worth winning if people truly feel they have been fairly and accurately judged in a process that is transparent and comprehensive.


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