What's Hot: Products We Loved at KBIS 2019

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At the Kitchen and Bath Show this year in Vegas, there were a lot of interesting products and trends. One thing that was nonexistent …white and gray kitchens. Colors were bold hues of gold, emerald, black, and white with soft pinks and lavender tones everywhere.

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We saw lots of simplified door styles that were modern and sleek with warm walnut woods, light floors, and mixed metals. The market is moving toward simplified living. Less but better ranked supreme.

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Ecosmart Fireplace were an awesome find! We have been looking for a solution to ventless fireplaces. Mainly because they can’t be used in bedrooms and sometimes there is no way to vent a fireplace. Also, ventless units give off an odor that can cause headaches. Ecosmart runs on an alcohol type fuel and doesn’t require ventilation or power.

Kolbe had an automatic sliding door which is great for when you want to open up your screened in porch or three season room for entertaining. It allows you to temporarily increase the square footage to your home for things like holidays and parties.

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We have a client putting in one of these GE Indoor Pizza Ovens (photo left) and loved the dainty details of the Vent-A-Hoods.

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Bosch’s projector could create lines on your desserts for accurate cutting and even weigh a steak to tell you how long to cook it.

Bosch’s projector could create lines on your desserts for accurate cutting and even weigh a steak to tell you how long to cook it.

Kohler’s steam shower with digital controls made us want to remodel our bath for the added luxury spa experience.

Kohler’s steam shower with digital controls made us want to remodel our bath for the added luxury spa experience.

Zip Water had faucet that could produce chilled water, hot water, and sparkling water all from the same tap.

Zip Water had faucet that could produce chilled water, hot water, and sparkling water all from the same tap.