Taking place at NEC Birmingham, Cubico will display a range of new tiles, vanity furniture, radiators, baths and mirrors at the four-day exhibition on stand B20.
The products take inspiration from some of 2018’s most popular styles, such as retro and minimalism.
Scott Tattersley, sales director at Cubico said: “2018 marks our third year exhibiting at kbb Birmingham and provides new and existing customers the opportunity to see, feel and try out our brand-new range of products for themselves.
“Over the past few months we’ve invested a lot of time and money into extensively researching the latest consumer trends for 2018. Doing this has meant we are able to source products which we truly believe retailers will be impressed with — our tiles and furniture in particular are at the cutting-edge of bathroom innovation and we’re delighted to reveal them at kbb Birmingham.”
The display will consist of Cubico’s new Stark range. Finished in a premium matte French grey colour, the 1200mm vanity unit is a minimalistic furniture option. The on-trend handleless units and cabinet are push-to-open, soft-closing and have single spokes at the front. The vanity furniture has solid stone resin worktops for mounting one or two countertop bowls.
Five tile options will also be pulled together to showcase a breadth of different effects, such as marble, wood, slate and texture.
Scott continued: “We now have over 630 tiles in stock, so whittling this range down to just five was a difficult task, but we believe that these options showcase our commitment to quality products alongside leading design.
“One of the main trends for 2018 is matt finishes juxtaposed against muted, natural tones of stone, wood and slate. This will be mirrored on our display, with modern and traditional options available in our baths, mirrors and accessories.”
Cubico’s advisors will also be on stand to discuss these new product ranges and offer retailers the chance to ask any questions they may have. The firm’s newest non-branded brochures will also be available at the show.