The Kitchen & Bath Industry Show is a trade expo I look forward to attending pretty much every year, especially when my best friend Dean, a luxury architect in Los Angeles, joins me for the trip. Covid turned KBIS into a virtual event this year, which took away the whole friend/social angle so many of us enjoy, but made it less tiring too. I’ll be sharing my full trend report in Kitchen & Bath Design News’ April Trend Spotting column. In the meantime, I thought it would be fun to bring you the perspective of six top industry-watching pals on the KBIS trends they spotted. You’ll find that here in my latest Forbes.com piece.
Bold color was a big trend at the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show this year.
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Next week, I’ll share these pals’ favorite products from KBIS. Be sure to subscribe to this blog if you haven’t already.
You can now find two Wellness by Design book excerpts, one on primary bathrooms from Connecticut Cottages & Gardens (pages 76-77) and one on creating a fitness space at home from the San Diego Union-Tribune. See why this late 2020 release ended up on best books list for the year!
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