Growth Continues At Kbsa 7
May '24

The Kbsa continues to build its membership with four more new retailers and one corporate member joining in April.

Kelsalls Interiors Ltd based in Manchester, Complete Kitchens Limited based in Torfaen, Counter Interiors in York and Hive Kitchens from Ilkley are the new retail members with international manufacturer and distributor Häfele the corporate member.

Kelsalls Interiors is a family owned business that has been operating for 25 years. The team, which is led by Zed Siddique, has over 40 years of experience in the industry.  They offer luxury kitchens and bathrooms from a three storey showroom.

Complete Kitchens is family owned, started by father Bob Urie it is now run by sons Richard and Paul.  Recognised as one of Wales’ premier showrooms, the business offers fitted kitchens, bathrooms, bedrooms, sliding wardrobes and home offices furniture.

Counter Interiors have been bringing outstanding kitchens, boot rooms, media rooms and home office to clients throughout North Yorkshire for over 20 years. The family-run team have two showrooms in York and Malton and take great pride in staying true to their traditional values.

Mark Bickerstaffe, Adam Corbally and Olivia Corbally at Hive Kitchens have 30 years combined experience in the industry and a genuine passion for designing elegant kitchens and interiors for their clients.

Häfele has a heritage dating back to 1923, and has been operating in the UK for 40 years, supplying innovative furniture fittings, accessories, hardware and ironmongery to the KBB sector.

Retail and Corporate membership director Malcolm Scott said, “The Kbsa is building on its membership month by month, driving forward our ambitious plans for growth. The market is changing as independent retailers seek out the recognition that Kbsa membership provides, with manufacturers understanding the supportive role they play as corporates.

“2024 is set to be a great year for the Kbsa as a trusted partner for independent retailers and a stronger voice of the industry.”

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