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Design Milk’s Favorites from KBIS 2020

We barely said goodbye to IDS Toronto before the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show (KBIS) started up in Las Vegas last week. The massive show featured over 600 of the top brands in the industry who showcased new innovations for all to see. There was a whole lot to see making it almost impossible to narrow it down to some highlights but we tried. Take a look!

01.29.20 | By
Design Milk’s Favorites from KBIS 2020

Dacor’s Professional Style of appliances are available in just about any color you want thanks to their DacorMatch Color System. We think these pink double wall ovens are pretty great.

Liebherr appliances can be seamlessly integrated into any kitchen to make them look sleek and minimalist, like this fridge and wine fridge clad in wooden panels.

True Residential launched a fresh, new finish – Saffron – to their Build Your True program of custom finishes and hardware.

Maybe appliances in bold colors are too much for you, but what changing the color of the knobs on your range? This Thermador range was decked out with Yves Klein blue knobs which popped against the stainless steel.

COMPAC displayed the massive Waterstorm Bathtub by designer Arik Levy that looked as if it was moving without any movement.

Kohler unveiled their new Avoir Tankless Toilet, perfect for minimalists as there’s no eyesore of a tank resting on the back.

Kohler also showcased new additions to their Components faucet collection with color block handles.

Daltile displayed their black and white Bee Hive porcelain tiles in a fun geometric pattern

Wilsonart makes engineered surfaces that are very hard to tell they’re not the real thing at first glance.

And lastly, Florim’s black and white bathroom (above and below) was stunning with its display of their large tile slabs of B&W_MARBLE in Pebble and Wave.

Florim

We loved Brizo’s new Kintsu collection, inspired by wabi-sabi philosophy. The collection includes handles with voids that you can insert materials into, such as mother of pearl, concrete, or wood.

We also loved these bright handles and pulls from Cebi Design. So fun!

And finally, the #DMMtalks lounge from Design Milk and Modenus was a hit for the fourth year! We are so proud of the space and the fantastic conversations we had over the 3-day event – it was a huge success. Thanks to our sponsor, Signature Kitchen Suite!

Also, thank you to our space and session sponsors: Mio, Minted, Revel Woods, Stikwood, Control4, Nobilia, and Cosentino.

Also, special thanks to every exhibitor who participated in KBIS EDIT!

Alex Andrite, Elegant Mosaics, Laviva, Signature Kitchen Suite, Wet Style, Zipwater, John Michael Kitchens,  PITT Cooking Systems, Plum, The Waterlands, Trueform Concrete, and Bodelair, Inc.

See you next year!

Caroline Williamson is Editorial Director of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.