New Kinedo Brooklyn range at KBB 2020

Attendees of KBB in Birmingham from 1-4 March 2020 are in for a treat on Stand C64 with the launch of the new Kinedo range of shower cubicles, Brooklyn. Designed to bring the industrial trend to life, the Kinedo Brooklyn range offers a desirable showering solution for mid to high- end specifications. Visitors to the Kinedo stand can also learn more about other popular ranges including the recently launched Kinedo Kinespace shower enclosure and the Kinestone shower tray, both proving popular with the mid to higher end markets. Known for being leak-free, robust,

stylish, safe, swift to fit, easy to maintain and economical, the Kinedo range – comprising of 11 shower cubicle ranges plus walk-in shower- bath Kineduo – appeals to numerous

Sensio’s best in glass new Triotone downlights

Bathrooms are set to get a new look with the launch of Sensio’s two new ceiling downlights - Cube and Circa. With integrated colour changing technology, the UK designed LED lights are packed with technology and offer the latest interior styling, featuring either a clear, or smoky tinted glass bezel surround with chrome rim, an attractive on-trend alternative. Both light fittings incorporate

domestic and commercial applications. Brand new for the KBB show, the

Kinedo Brooklyn shower cubicle range comes in two colour options – industrial chic with a black version; and, grey profiles and chrome shower giving the traditional a modern twist – and features transparent glass on the grey version and black silk screen printed lines on the black version.

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Bisque: The pioneer of beautiful radiators for stylish interiors F

or the last 40 years, Bisque has established itself as the pioneer of

beautiful radiators for stylish interiors. It was the UK’s first ever heating brand to offer a selection of electric, dual fuel and plumbed models inspired by luxury interior design, and since then has made a name for itself thanks to its innovative selection of iconic radiators. Its reach and widespread appeal has only further been strengthened by its bespoke offering, including made-to-measure sizes, colour-

match service and sustainable collections. Its rich heritage and versatile selection has thus resulted in Bisque becoming the go-to brand of choice for architects and interior designers in the UK. Over the past twelve months, Bisque has

brought to market several new designs and colourways. These include four gorgeous new finishes on its popular Arteplano radiator, including a Mirror finish – doubling up as both radiator and mirror in one statement piece. Bisque also debuted its first ever collection of

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identical features and benefits; Cube is the new square geometric design and Circa the circular option. They are designed with integral Triotone LED technology enabling each fitting to be set at a cool, natural or warm white colour temperature and dimmed as

required. This colour changing technology is perfect for the home owner to decide which shade of white light best suits the room or matches other lighting. The fittings also offer low energy consumption at 240V and 8W power and yet at 100 lumens are brighter than a 50W GU10 halogen light. The lights are both fire and IP65

rated for use in zones 1 & 2 in the bathroom so can be safely installed above a shower cubicle or over a bath. They also benefit from Sensio’s easy to install, plug and play connectivity and are supplied with an integrated LED driver.

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traditional designs, ensuring it caters to all popular styles and offers greater choice than ever before. These new collections continue to solidify Bisque’s status as the market leader in luxury radiators – reinforced by the fact the brand has won BKU’s Best Heating award three times in a row.


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