Posted 25th March

KBSA unveils new judging panel for Designer Awards 2019

25th March 2019 - 13:35pm
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The Kitchen Bathroom Bedroom Specialists Association – KBSA – has announced three new judges for the 2019 edition of the Designer Awards, with previous judge Ainhoa Bilbao, pictured, kitchen designer at Bulthaup, taking on the role of head judge.

The Myers Touch director Keith Myers, Roundhouse managing director Craig Matson and Stoneham Kitchens managing director Adrian Stoneham have joined the panel and will be judging entries alongside previous judges Martin Gill, managing director of And So To Bed, and Andrea Hillier, national retail services manager at Blum UK.

“We are delighted to have secured the support of such high calibre professionals and extend a warm welcome to the three new judges on the 2019 panel,” said KBSA national chair Richard Hibbert.

“The KBSA Designer Awards are regarded as best in class and recognised as one of the most transparent and worthwhile awards in the industry, so it is important to have well-respected designers represented on our judging panel.”

Read more: Entries open for KBSA Designer Awards 2019

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