Kia Designs Finalist For Bathroom Designer of the Year
The kbbreview Retail & Design Awards is a prestigious annual event celebrating its 24th year in 2018. It rewards retailers, designers and manufacturers in the kitchen and bathroom industry and is organised by kbbreview, the sector’s leading business magazine for over 30 years.
[London, UK], January 8, 2018 – Kia Designs of London has been nominated for “Bathroom Designer of the Year – Project Cost between £10,000 and £25,000” by kbbreview Retail & Design Awards 2018, prestigious annual event celebrating its 24th year in 2018.
Andrew Davies, Managing Editor at kbbreview said: “The kbbreview Retail & Design Awards are such a part of the industry’s DNA. We’re really proud of them and do everything we can to make a great event, and to ensure the judging is as rigorous and transparent as possible. This year’s list of finalists throw up some really interesting stories and at this stage any of them could win it. The award event itself is the best networking and social night in the year and it’s always great to tie-up with kbb Birmingham 2018. I can’t wait.”
kbbreview Retail & Design Awards 2018 is awarded annually in 15 categories focussing on Kitchens and Bathrooms. Awards are separated in to retail categories based on showroom design and management of the showroom. Design award honours are based on different budget categories.
“We are so happy to have been recognised for our bathroom designs.” said Kia Stanford, Director and Founder of Kia Designs, “It is a pleasure to be able to take a clients intial brief and create something that is not only beautiful but highly functional. Transforming the day to day use of their home.”
About Kia Designs
Kia Designs has an impressive body of work, ranging from listed townhouses in Mayfair, to new builds in Windsor & international holiday homes . With Kia Stanford, a dynamic interior designer brought up in the heart of London, at the helm, they have won several esteemed awards. They take on a wide range of different projects most recently focusing on extensions and basements to create longer lasting homes for their clients.
The judges score each design project against these criteria. Each carries an equal weight towards the final score.
- Meeting and exceeding the brief
- Problem solving
- Product and material choice
- Unique ideas and initiative
- Value for money
This means that judges are principally looking for how well it has served the customer who has paid for it. They are not concerned with whether it is contemporary or traditional in style, for instance.
It is also worth noting that judges do NOT consider writing ability or photography quality in their deliberations but obviously the words and photos need to clearly get the project details across as well as possible