The Kitchen and Bath Industry Show (KBIS) is held annually to showcase new products, design trends and technologies influencing the kitchen and bath industries. Starting in 2014, KBIS has been co-located with the NAHB International Home Builders Show (IBS).
The Kitchen and Bath Industry Show
The Kitchen and Bath Industry Show (KBIS) is amazing with the number of exhibitors and attendees. In 2015 there were over 500 exhibitors from the US, and around the world. While too numerous to highlight the most popular product categories.
To learn how interior designers view KBIS, I talked to Nancy Hugo, meet Nancy at NancyHugo.com. She told me she loves this show because “I get to see and touch the new kitchen and bath products, and bring them back to my clients. One of my favorites in 2015 is the shower door from Diamond-Fusion International, that has a coating so there’s minimal to no cleaning required. Talking to manufacturers means you get a lot more information too, as my learn about the shower door from Diamond-Fusion International illustrates.”
Kitchen Products Showcased at KBIS
- Cabinets and cabinet hardware.
- Amazing counter top materials, with a peek at what’s popular around the world.
- Appliances and lots of cooking demonstrations too. How about this dishwasher (below) with a glass door so you could see the action inside.
- Lots of cabinet options, and creative storage to make your kitchen more functional.
- Model kitchens showing new kitchen design trends.
New products for the bathroom:
- Toilets and there’s one now, that you don’t have to touch to flush.
- Bathtubs and an amazing array of free-standing tubs.
- Showers with lots of new features like temperature controlled water.
- Bathroom vanities in all shapes and sizes.
- Bathroom sinks and fixtures. room fixtures and lots of water features on the floor, like Kohler’s showers and this dishwasher (below) with a glass door so you could see the action inside.
And many other products for kitchens, bathrooms and more:
- Flooring with lots of amazing tile.
- Lighting for kitchens, bathrooms and more.
- Specialty items like wine refrigerators, laundry room furnishings, etc.