A bit about the project
Roper Rhodes first show in 8 years, this stand was a very busy and exciting environment for visitors to it. The open plan layout created interactive points internally and externally. The centre part of the stand, the meeting point for customers to take a seat and enjoy a refreshment, gave you an overall view of each of the product areas. The open-plan of the stand gave customers free flow access to all areas with ample space to view the individual products.
Displaying some of their latest products as well as products from the Laura Ashley Bathroom Collection, it was also a chance for them to introduce the launch of ‘Scheme’, a collection of modular bathroom furniture which allows consumers to tailor their design to suit their requirements.
In the wake of the show, 2016 was seen as KBB’s best show yet with over 15,650 visitors.