written by:
June 21, 2013
Dwell on Design’s Kitchen and Bath section is full of exhibitors both those established and emerging

Miele has their clever wine and refrigerator storage on display, for a minimal look.

1 / 9

Huntington Beach-based Caliber’s space-age looking (think Jetsons or Star Wars) grill can also be used as a rotisserie or for smoking and searing.

2 / 9

SHLV offers customizable cabinetry made out of various materials, like Japanese burnt wood, and servo drive closures.

3 / 9

Lutron—where fashion meets technology—offers automated window treatments in four different fabric lines.

4 / 9

Panasonic’s “ideas for life” include multiple options for those members of society who are obsessed with vacuums. (There are more than you think.)

5 / 9

Whether you’re looking to cover an entire wall, or decorate with a small panel, Keystone Cabinets allow you to choose from their multiple, colorful options, or create your own.

6 / 9

Moxie, the newest innovation by Kohler, uses Bluetooth technology and enables users to enjoy up to seven hours of music (or until your hot water runs out).

7 / 9

Victoria + Albert Bath LLC, who pioneered the use of volcanic limestone, showcases the Tombolo, a contemporary bath rack, as well as three of their multiple bath styles (which they will offer to let you climb into to get the full effect).

8 / 9

For a more rustic look, check out the Native Trails booth, and their new Americana Collection.

9 / 9
miele 01

Miele has their clever wine and refrigerator storage on display, for a minimal look.

You May Also Like

Join the Discussion

Loading comments...