Main Line Kitchen reports on the 2016 KBIS
KBIS – The National Kitchen and Bath Industry Show was held last week in Las Vegas. This year’s changes included an increased presence of Asian made cabinetry often sold by US companies and a decrease of American cabinet manufacturers. The quality of the Asian cabinetry and countertops also dramatically improved.
The Fabuwood display particularly stood out. Close to 50 salespeople were on site answering questions and providing product demonstrations. Their extensive displays of custom finishes, hoods, and other features showcased Fabuwood’s move into the higher end cabinetry market.
Appliance manufacturers were in higher attendance than I have ever seen. Below are photos from a tiny sampling of their displays:
The Rev-a-shelf display was also a standout and included new and unusual cabinet interior conveniences.
Faucets, showers, and tubs were everywhere. Several convention goers could be seen taking a break in an empty tub. Some of the water displays were fun to watch:
Nothing seemed to impress this shower occupant.
The Main Line Kitchen Design team wishes you a warm and safe winter and of course a hearty …