On Trend at KBIS 2019Author:Abigail Stone
The Kitchen & Bath Industry Show, North America’s largest trade show dedicated to all aspects of kitchen and bath design, reconvened this February at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The show floor was packed, energy was high and 600 leading brands showcased their latest and greatest new products and solutions to industry professionals. Here we share some of the most cutting-edge products spotted at this year’s show, that will push design and technology boundaries.
–Obelisque by Ann Sacks
Ann Sacks has again partnered with Kelly Wearstler to present a dynamic collection of tiles including Obelisque, a remarkable new pattern, and new marble colorway, Lilac, to the ANN SACKS Liaison by Kelly Wearstler collection.
– The CAFÉ Collection by GE Appliances
Just months after launching as a new brand, GE Appliances is expanding their offerings with the new CAFÉ collection.
-The Minimal Collection by Monogram
The ultrapremium brand worked closely with designers to achieve a contemporary look for its new Minimal Collection that will seamlessly live in modern kitchens.
-The Aqua Moment tub by DXV
DXV’s Aqua Moment is the first airbath tub that delivers a hydrotherapy experience with a massaging shoulder bath, chromatherapy and 360-degree air jets in space-saving drop-in design.
–Sense Guard by Grohe
Protect your home from water damage with Grohe’s innovative home solution which detects leaks, automatically shuts off water supply and sends alerts via a smartphone app.
–MyEdition by Axor
Axor’s tailor made MyEdition collection brings individualization to the bathroom, pairing sleek, low profile faucet bodies with seven different cover plates.
-The Invari Bath Collection by Brizo
Celebrating a modern revival of classic forms, the Invari Bath Collection by Brizo is a modern reinterpretation of stately elegance and traditional design.
-The Eir Intelligent Toilet by Kohler
As popularity of intelligent toilets grows, Kohler continues to lead in design and innovation with the addition of the new Eir Intelligent toilet.
-The 30-Inch Warming Drawer by Miele
The largest family-owned luxury appliance manufacturer returns with new home appliances that add to the flexibility in design and usability including a new 30-inch warming drawer.
-The Ciclo Powder Room Faucet Collection by Riobel
The new Ciclo Powder Room Faucet by Riobel collection offers the perfect balance between functionality and innovative design that incorporates the cartridge, seat, manifold and handle into a single cylinder for a streamlined operation and appearance.
– ZERO DIMENSION by TOTO
Toto’s Flotation Tub simulates zero gravity by offering bathers a weightless experience that eliminates the mechanical energy/load on their joints.
–Build Your True by True Residential
The luxury home refrigeration brand unveils a vibrant new emerald hue to its Build Your True program which is said to promote wellbeing, balance and harmony.
–Eternal Noir by Silestone
Inspired by sahara noir marble, Eternal Noir by Silestone, offers white and gold veining and highlights that run completely though the slab, resulting in a more natural appearance.
–Slim by Dekton
Slim offers designers and architects the same technical features with a thinner and lighter format for installation at half the thickness of the thinnest slab Dekton previously offered.
-The Woodstone Collection by Cambria
Clairidge™ is the first Woodstone Collection by Cambria featuring tones and movement inspired by various wood grains, an entirely new design direction in quartz that’s never been done before.
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