Join us for HOME’s exclusive kitchen design event

Need kitchen inspiration? Join us for an exclusive day of talks with leading industry experts at HOME’s coveted Kitchen Day


Join us for HOME’s exclusive kitchen design event

We’re delighted to announce HOME’s coveted kitchen event Kitchen Day is returning for 2017. Taking place on Friday 21 July, the Auckland-based event is a day of exclusive briefings on the latest developments in design to help you create your dream kitchen.

Led by HOME editor Simon Farrell-Green, you’ll visit four leading kitchen showrooms to hear expert advice on the latest materials, hardware, appliances, ergonomics and trends. Get up-to-date in one easy day and learn how to best utilise the home’s most important space.

Tickets include transport and lunch in the beautiful Blum showroom. Numbers are limited to 50, so book your tickets now.

Our guest speakers 

Sophie Beets from Blum




Sophie Beets
The marketing manager at Blum reveals intriguing new insights into NZ kitchens, and facilitates a design workshop in Blum’s bespoke showroom.

Richard Cripps from Kitchen By Design



Kitchen By Design

Richard Cripps
KBD’s award-winning designers show off their new Takapuna showroom and chat about a few recent projects.

Alan Bertenshaw from Matisse



Alan Bertenshaw
The owner of Matisse reveals a highly advanced, new stainless-steel kitchen from Arclinea, as well as new design trends.

Nicky Duggan


Evolution of Surfaces 

Nicky Duggan
Corian’s kitchen expert reports on Milan’s EuroCucina and exciting new products at EOS.
HOME Kitchen Day
Auckland, Friday July 21, 2017
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