2016 Kitchen and Bath Industry Winners

KBIS 2016 Winners I always love to hear about the home products that come out of the annual KBIS (Kitchen and Bath Industry Show) show. This year’s winners are fantastic! Just when you thought they couldn’t possibly do something unique with a kitchen faucet along comes a surprise that will amaze you! Here is the rundown of the Best of KBIS winners:

Electrolux has designed a washer that can get those tough stains out while being efficient and easy to use.

This faucet created with 3D printing is stunningly beautiful! Click here to view the product information.

This bathroom vanity is a modern crisp-lined vanity that has a clever way to store items without pull-out drawers or requiring vanity-top space. Check out how you can keep small items out of sight with this stylish bathroom vanity by clicking here.

This collection of lovely ceramic tiles is unique and inspirational! I love this quote, “…this sequel is inspired by 1970’s Glam, Art Deco and Neo-Egyptian architecture—transcending the boundaries of the kitchen and bathroom.” Find out more about these stunning tiles at the Walker Zanger website by clicking here.

This under-the-counter refrigerator can fit any counter height, and I love that it has tiered storage and retractable drawers. I wish they had this when my kids were little for all of those things that they used frequently!

To view photos of the winners and find out more information about the KBIS winners visit my KBIS 2016 Best of Products board on Pinterest by clicking here.

2016 is shaping up to be a very fun and exciting design year! If you are in need of a home makeover, need help with colors, or thinking about selling your home in 2016 give me a call 610.955.8202 or fill out my interest form by clicking here. I also offer a 5-day hands-on Interior Redesign and Home Staging training class if you love home decorating and want to start your own business, click here to learn more.

Redesign RightBy Debbie Correale, founder and owner of Redesign Right, LLC. You can learn more about her at www.RedesignRight.com. Find her on Facebook.com/RedesignRight, Twitter @RedesignRight, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Houzz and .

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