Award Winning Design РBathroom Designer of the Year | by Ren̩ Dekker

Bathroom Designer of the Year – Project cost over £25,000

The KBB Review Retail and Design Awards is an annual event which celebrates and rewards some of the best talent across retailers, designers and manufacturers within the luxury kitchen and luxury bathroom industry. Designers come from all over in hopes of becoming the next award winning interior designer. Organised by the sector’s leading business magazine, KBB Review, the event in 2015 marked the 21st year showcasing awards for the industry talent. The competition for bathroom designer of the year is free to enter and is open to any retailers, designers or manufacturers of bathroom projects in the UK and Ireland, with categories being split between both retail and design. There are various design categories that one can enter, but the kitchen or bathroom project must have been installed in a real residential home. This means that concept designs, showrooms and computer generated images (CGI’s) are not permitted. These are the following design categories available for project entry.
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Christmas – Fake Trees

If you’re one of the many thousands who love braving the elements every year to choose exactly the right living tree to grace your home interior at Christmas, that’s a tradition worth embracing. If you like the idea of a tree, but would rather not start the new year vacuuming an abundance of needles that seem to snare into your carpet for months on end, there are lots of options for fake Christmas trees as an alternative to the real thing.

If you choose an artificial Christmas tree, there are arguably benefits both in terms of ease and expense. The main plus points are that fake trees can last for decades, so they work out cheaper than paying for a real tree every year (plus the more expensive range come with a guarantee), and a luxury interior designer will be able to identify the best product to suit your venue.

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