BHETA (British Home Enhancement Trade Association) has welcomed three new members: Bibo Brands, Resto Kitchenware and Blue Poppy Art.
Belgium-based Bibo Brands’ premium Kambukka brand specialises in ‘trendy drinking solutions for people on the go’. The range includes portable tea and coffee mugs, water bottles, kids’ and teen’s water bottles, food storage jars and accessories, including interchangeable lids for different styles of drinking.
With headquarters in Germany, Resto Kitchenware supplies ‘tools to cook with confidence’ ranging from stovetop to ovenware, coffee and tea, bakeware to accessories and kitchen knives.
Seema Grantham, BHETA’s sector manager for housewares commented: “It’s great to see innovative brands with great design credentials joining BHETA. I look forward to welcoming the teams to future BHETA events and webinars.”
Adding to the gift and homewares companies that are part of BHETA, new member Blue Poppy Art is known for its Frith animal sculptures. Based in Malmesbury, Wiltshire, the company works with British sculptors to create handmade pieces, all with a special bronze finish.
Blue Poppy Art’s range includes hares, cats, dogs, equine, farmyard, and wildlife sculpture as well as human and contemporary subjects. The company has been trading for 25 years through independent home and gift retailers and via its own website.
Top: Kambukka specialises in stylish solutions for people on the go.