The Kitchen and Bath International Show (KBIS) is the biggest show of the year for kitchen and bath designers and manufacturers. It took place in Orlando last month and the product offerings were pretty hot — especially if you’re into modern and contemporary design. Here’s a round up of the best kitchen and bath trends and products from KBIS 2018.
Show winner: Grid faucet by Kallista
The striking design and black finish, which was a big show trend, earned this faucet the KBIS Best in Show prize. Image: Kallista
Walker Zanger Liquid Forms Tile
The tile manufacturer hosted the inaugural Kaza Design Competition in search of the best and most innovative new tile design and the winner was this Liquid Forms, by architect Aybars Asci, now available as part of the Kaza design collection.
V-Zag Glass Shower Door by Vanessa Deleon for Coastal Shower Doors
WineSteward Wine Dispensing System by Vinotemp
The WineSteward, a wine cooling and dispensing system that keeps wine fresh for 45 days, can be integrated into kitchen cabinetry.
Verdera by Kohler Voice Activated Mirror
The Verdera has built-in Amazon Alexa technology so you can voice activate the lighting, send it commands and stream music much like you could in any other Alexa device.
Electric Marble by SICIS
SICIS has figured out how to take ordinary marble and insert bold colors like fuchsia, turquoise, gold and silver into the material.
Expanding Table Mechanism by Richelieu
A brilliant idea for those with limited space and counter area. Richelieu created this sturdy and elegant-looking stowable counter surface.
NikolaTesla All-In-One Cooktop by Elica
A cooktop designed for the true minimalist, this surface by Elica not only cooks but also extracts smoke, eliminating the need to have an overhead hood.
Essence Interchangeable Color Faucet by Grohe
If your mood and style change often, you’ll like the new addition of color to the Essence faucet collection by Grohe. It’s easy to swap out the color to update the look of your sink on a whim.
DXV Modulus Bath Suite
The items in the Modulus Collection by DX are all contemporary, interchangeable, floating in design and modular so homeowners can create the bath suite of their choice.
Professional Series Range by Bertazzoni
The Professional Series features old-school chronograph dials and the most vibrant yellow, orange or red finish you’ll ever see.
Vale Hardware by Belwith Keeler
Belwith Keeler has been making hardware for 125 years. The Vale knob was first introduced in its 1953 Modern Hardware catalog. New finishes were introduced at KBIS to update the classic design.
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