Below are some photos and observations from last week’s KBIS The Kitchen and Bath Industry Show held in Las Vegas. Paul, Julie, Chris, Katie, Juliet, and Camilla attended this year. Due to Covid, Main Line Kitchen Design hadn’t attended the show since 2020. This was the first year the show was back in full force in attendance from both venders and visitors.
As always Kohler had a large and fascinating booth.
Appliance makers like GE Cafe had new colors, models, and innovations to display. Below Juliet, Katie, and Camilla in front of a Cafe range in a new green finish.
SMEG as usual displayed bold and retro refrigerators like the Snoopy themed model below:
Below, Juliet in front of a NatureKast display. NatureKast is the outdoor cabinetry brand Main Line Kitchen Design carries.
Kitchenaid displayed it’s new shallow depth and sleeker Microwave Convection Hood. See below:
I couldn’t help smiling at the leather coated refrigerator/freezer below:
In the video below Chris lets us know that his favorite blind corner solution is the Rev-a-shelf Lemans!
Each year about half our staff attends The Kitchen and Bath Industry Show. The show, often referred to as Eight Miles of Aisles rotates between the Las Vegas and the Orlando convention centers. Besides attending the kitchen show, we always find time for some relaxation. This year, the highlights were Cirque du Soleil O, Piff the Magic Dragon, and a kayak trip down the Colorado River. Watching the EAGLES win the NFC Championship in the casino was also a blast!
Looking forward to next year in Orlando and as always . . .