Kitchen and Bath Trend: Nature
- Time for that tired old backsplash to go? Here are five ideas for new looks, ranging from top-of-the-line modern tile to the ultimate DIY version for an Airstream trailer.
Register for KBIS: The Leading Kitchen And Bath Industry Show
The Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS) is North America’s premier annual event dedicated to the kitchen and bath industry. KBIS is the voice of the kitchen and bath industry and has been for 50 years. From parties to educational seminars to designer-oriented programs, KBIS is full of ways for you to engage with your peers and immerse yourself in the kitchen and bath industry.
- This week, we headed to the annual Kitchen and Bath Industry Show (more commonly referred to as KBIS, pronouced "k-biz") in Las Vegas, Nevada, to check in with favorite manufacturers and…
- Our second update from the floor of the Las Vegas Convention Center and the 2011 Kitchen and Bath Industry Show includes outdoor kitchens, hybrid gas-charcoal grills, and a $6,400 toilet that will…
This year, the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show is fresh and revitalized thanks to a new lineup of events including the Best of KBIS, UNcontained, the 2012 NKBA Design Competition awards, and a dynamic line-up of speakers that begins with keynote presenter Candice Olson. At KBIS, spot trends, experience product introductions, and find the practical solutions and valuable connections that will take them into the future. Leading exhibitors will be on-hand to introduce and educate on the latest product lines, and networking begins the moment you walk onto the show floor. For a full list of exhibitors and speaker presentations or for registration information, please visit KBIS.com.
The Kitchen & Bath industry’s main event is an inspiring, interactive showcase of everything new, where the brightest and best assemble to spot trends, experience product introductions and find the practical solutions and valuable connections that will take them into the future. Always on the leading edge, KBIS is your innovation resource for staying current, competitive––and profitable.
- Long considered to be the standard bathroom material, ceramic is no longer boring. New shapes and colors help redefine what was once only basic bisque or beige.
Angela Adams for Ann Sacks is a creative collaboration we can't get enough of. The geometric Forms field tiles—Corice, Mona, and Manfred—are bold in shape and color combos, with 18 glossy and matte finishes to mix and match. So nice.