Grand Designs Live takes place at the ExCeL, London from 5 - 13 May. For more details and to buy your ticket visit

most cutting-edge kitchens and appliances on the market from the likes of Bora, Tomas Kitchen Living, Laz Furniture and Koivu. From fitted to free standing, design to storage, visitors will find solutions to help get the most of their space; along with the finishing touches that are essential to any kitchen. Grand Bathrooms will showcase products from brands such as Motionspot who produce aesthetically-led accessible bathroom designs for the home, alongside other exciting brands such as Boutique Design & Build, who will be showing Crosswater’s latest release, Union.

Those with a particular interest in the outdoors will relish the Grand Gardens section, with a selection of brands

spanning a variety of areas from outdoor cooking, swimming pools, garden buildings, hot tubs, landscaping and much more.

Nissen Huts, initially invented during WWI for military use, are now being converted into beautiful and versatile rooms for the garden. Zenpod garden buildings are built from state of the art components and materials. iHus produce low-carbon annexes which combine the latest technological advances and materials to set a new standard in independent structure, and Playways will showcase the latest launch in kids’ playhouses.

After browsing the halls, visitors can enjoy the range of informative features at the show. Ask An Expert is one popular service, which has been so at every show. It returns this year offering visitors the opportunity to consult with specialists across a range of home-improvement areas, from finance to self-build and everything in-between.

The Grand Theatre, sponsored by Airflow, will see Kevin McCloud and a whole host of industry experts, along with some Grand Designers from the latest series of Grand Designs, provide a wide- reaching range of informative seminars on everything from architecture to building and beyond.

Improve indoor air quality with Airflow

Airflow Developments, will exhibit at Grand Designs Live. Airflow provides a wide range of high performance, energy efficient and award winning ventilation solutions, assistance with bespoke designs and technical support throughout a project’s duration. The Airflow stand will showcase the benefits of effective ventilation solutions for kitchens, bathrooms or toilets. Visitors to the stand can also gain a clear understanding from the Airflow team of why best practice installation is just as important

as high quality products to achieve the required performance. Airflow’s team will educating the public on the importance of indoor air quality by providing Ask the Expert slots throughout the exhibition.

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Selfbuilders incorporating Phantom Screens

Join the growing community of selfbuilders incorporating Phantom Screens in their build project. If you’re installing large door sets or adding a glazed extension, you’ll improve the living experience with solar and privacy screens. More glass means more exposure to sunlight and a greater need for privacy and solar control. Phantom Screens block up to 97 per cent of harmful UV rays and reduce glare, while retaining views and connections with the exterior landscape. Our remote-control powered screens are

available in single spans up to 12m wide and can be linked to weather sensors and home automation systems. Please call or visit the website for more infomation.

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Returning by popular demand Kevin’s Green Heroes will showcase the most revolutionary and useful eco-friendly gadgets and products on the market. This year visitors can get first-hand experience through live demonstrations of current and past ‘heroes.’

The theme of ‘Designed By You’ will be brought to life by pioneering interior designers in this year’s inspirational Grand Room Sets, sponsored by AXA Insurance. These innovative rooms will showcase products which are accessible to visitors and are from British retailers, manufacturers and designers.

New this year, the Salvage Yard will

offer high-end, one off, unique pieces of architectural salvage while the Kitchen Design Stage will explore ways to enhance the most important room in the home; hear from kitchen design experts on the latest trends, gadgets and technologies. Discover brilliant bathroom decoration for the tiniest spaces as The Lavatory Project will see a selection of downstairs toilets designed to make a statement. This new feature will include mock-ups from six interior designers who will let their imaginations run wild to create unique and striking rooms, perfect for adding a touch of fun to every home!

See IDSystems at Grand Designs Live

IDSystems produce award-winning bi-fold doors, sliding doors and glazing solutions. Transforming your home needs an experienced and safe pair of hands, so choosing the right company to work with is important. IDSystems is one of the market leaders for multi-award winning glazing solutions for almost any type of project. It guarantees the highest standards of advice, build quality, design and bespoke installation for your complete peace of mind. As a family business founded in 2000,

IDSystems has built an outstanding reputation for quality, service and expertise, and from your very first contact you’ll know that you’re dealing with an industry leader.


Stelrad radiators for every home…

Stelrad is a ‘one stop shop’ for all things radiators, from standard steel panel radiators to designer and decorative designs – horizontal and vertical - including an impressive range of bathroom towel rail radiators.

As well as the widest range of designs, Stelrad now offer most of its radiators in up to 35 colours – a designer or interior decorators dream come true!

For more information and to see the whole product range, please visit Stelrad’s website.

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