It was another successful showing in Las Vegas February 4 through 6 at the annual Kitchen and Bath Industry Show (KBIS)! Held this year in conjunction with the International Builders Show as part of Design & Construction Week, thousands of industry experts, innovators, leaders, and manufacturers celebrated the most exciting new products in the marketplace. From new cabinet styles and finishes to the most inventive hardware and accessories, here’s a peek at some of the most intriguing new offerings.
Drift translucent stain from Wellborn.
Wellborn introduced a sumptuous new translucent stain into their finish collection. Drift offers depth of color while still showing the beautiful wood grain details of the cabinet. A striking combination of rich brown with just a hint of grey, Drift is an instant classic.
Winfield door style shown in Cherry Tuscany by Mastercraft.
Mastercraft’s new Winfield door style offers an update in transitional styling. Available in maple and cherry, its mitered corner and recessed veneer center panel allow it to blend in well with both classic and modern accompaniments.
Pinnacle farmhouse sink from Native Trails shown in Brushed Nickel.
Classic hand-hammered beauty with modern sensibilities. That’s the dramatic new Pinnacle farmhouse sink from Native Trails. Forged of high-quality recycled copper, it’s a dramatic and contemporary take on the traditional farmhouse sink soon to be available this spring.
New Perfect Drain shown in Gourmet sink from Elkay.
Elkay’s Perfect Drain is a state-of-the-art sink solution that makes kitchen cleanup quick and easy. Its edgeless design eliminates the gap around the drain, thereby reducing the chance that bacteria and grime can build up.
Mid-Town™ kitchen faucet by Danze, Inc.
Featuring angles and a unique urban flavor, the Mid-Town kitchen faucet from Danze includes a handy pull-out spout. Available in Chrome and Stainless Steel and designed as an extension of the successful Mid-Town Bath Collection, this faucet is a prime example of “less” truly being “more.”
Etch faucet by Moen.
With its streamlined appearance, Moen’s Etch faucet brings a clean, high-end look to today’s transitional kitchens. Its integrated two-function pulldown wand docks neatly inside the spout for a more streamlined look. Available in Chrome and Spot Resist™ Stainless finishes.
Crystal knobs by Top Knobs.
Jewelry for your kitchen cabinets, the new Crystal knobs from Top Knobs have the appearance of priceless gems. With a clear crystal inlaid into the top of an emerald faceted body, the knobs are a new addition to the company’s popular Chareau Collection and come in Brushed Satin Nickel, Polished Chrome, Polished Nickel, and Tuscan Bronze.
Ultima knobs and pulls from OMNIA.
OMNIA has expanded their line of simple, linear cabinet knobs and pulls. Made of solid brass, the new designs, including a robust square cabinet knob, follow the latest trends in decorative hardware and cabinetry: minimalist with an impact.
Hide chargers and electrical cords with The Docking Drawer.
Conveniently and discretely charge phones, tablets, and other smart devices with The Docking Drawer. The USB charger and electrical outlet are neatly tucked away, eliminating unsightly cords and chargers that clutter your space. (Drawer not included.)
No more digging in deep cabinets with Glideware.
Never bend, stretch, or struggle to reach your cookware again! Glideware offers a safer and easier way to access your pots and pans while also preserving the life of non-stick coatings and helping to avoid scratches on expensive cookware.
Did you attend KBIS this year? What were your favorite new designs and product innovations? Share your experience in the comment section below.