GRAND DESIGNS LIVE LONDON 2018 5 – 13 May 2018 | ExCeL London

Whether you are starting out on your first renovation, building a new home, redecorating a room, installing a new kitchen or simply looking for inspiration, Grand Designs Live is the must-visit event for anyone looking to learn about the world of interiors, design and self-build.

Design guru and TV broadcaster, Kevin McCloud will lead the charge at the May edition of the show, which will see an array of new exhibitors, features and stages alongside established favourites.

Insightful talks and demonstrations will take place across the 9 days including a wide range of informative seminars at the Grand Theatre sponsored by Airflow, which will see Kevin McCloud and other industry heavyweights take to the stage. The ever popular Ask an Expert service will return to offer visitors the opportunity to consult with specialists across a range of home-improvement areas, from finance to self-build and everything in-between.

New this year, the Salvage Yard will offer high-end, one off, unique pieces of architectural salvage while the Kitchen Design Stage will explore ways to enhance the most important room in the home; hear from kitchen design experts on the latest trends, gadgets and technologies. Discover brilliant bathroom decoration for the tiniest spaces as The Lavatory Project will see a selection of downstairs toilets designed to make a statement. This new feature will include mock-ups from six interior designers who will let their imaginations run wild to create unique and striking rooms, perfect for adding a touch of fun to every home!

A new selection of Grand Room Sets, sponsored by AXA Insurance, designed to this year’s brief; ‘Designed By You’, will be on display for visitors to browse, and pick up inspirations for their own grand designs.  Returning by popular demand, Kevin’s Green Heroes will showcase the most revolutionary and eco-friendly products on the market. This year, visitors can get first-hand experience through live demonstrations of current and past ‘heroes’. 

The five different sections of the show will cover Build, Kitchens, Bathrooms, Gardens, Interiors, plus a Technology Trail; while a range of interactive workshops, instructive talks and demonstrations, will inspire visitors. This May’s Grand Designs Live is set to be one of the most exciting, engaging and informative to date.

For more information visit www.granddesignslive.com