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Modular Appliances……. rethinking luxury kitchen design possibilities

euro cucina collageOn my recent Designhounds jaunt to Euro Cucina, I experienced a few eye opening moments that had me rethinking luxury living and appliance options to create that luxury statement. This new luxury is actually understated in look. All the pieces are true high performance, things like shot-peened stainless steel interiors, used in medical equipment for its natural antimicrobial properties. The options in sizes and modular pieces add to this personalized high performance and enhance the luxury kitchen experience.

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Monolith…Liebherr integrated refrigeration with modular columns

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Fisher Paykel horizontal integration

Flush integrated cooking appliances like those of Fisher Paykel, can be lined up horizontally to create a kitchen space that offers ease of use and a great look no matter your cooking and entertaining style.

The under counter refrigeration offerings can be hidden from view and I am loving the convenience of the pull out door with slide out shelves. Perfection for a coffee bar, baking or healthy snack station.

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Liebherr under counter refrigeration

 

Fisher Paykel under counter refrigeration

Fisher Paykel under counter refrigeration

Other new offerings from Liebherr had my wheels spinning with design possibilities. The component refrigeration that can be stacked horizontally or vertically or both in a cluster, creates universal ease of use and is suitable for the unfitted kitchen furniture on legs that I have seen lately.liebherr modular frig 1

liebherr modular frig 2Modular cooking components for the cooktop create endless placement possibilities and with induction, you can actually hide the burner elements in a way that is both artful, convenient and safe as there is no hot surface where someone could get burned.

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Yes, all these appliance options feel like magic to me! I encourage you to rethink your appliances as you dream up your new space with the understated kitchen of luxury through high performance!

:) Toni

 

 

Kitchen? It’s the “kitchen hidden in plain sight” …… some thoughts on Salone Del Mobile with Designhounds

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I recently attended my first Salone Del Mobile in Milan thanks to Designhounds, Digital Community Network of Design Experts, a platform by MODENUS Media. Aside from the mind blow of Milan itself, the show was still more than I expected. Beauty, fused with innovation, whimsy, history, and technology, as well as every sort of material from fabric to glass to wood and stone and metal, both practical and just dreamy filled my eyes and the few days I had there.

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As an interior design specializing in kitchen and bath, one of the things that impressed me most was the variety of unfitted furniture housing appliances and the spread of cohesive storage through out the living space displayed at the show. Poggenpohl had some interesting offerings with hidden supply, drain and exhaust in clever feet that made a seamless transition to other room solutions and open floor plan living. I like this un-encumbered look and love the use of open display space cleverly integrated into islands as well as the mix of organic materials like natural stone and wood to give warmth to modern design.

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poggenpohl 2This new organic modernism incorporates streamlined technology and seamless integration in a way that simplifies living and creates a new luxury statement. The finest materials like the solid wood of Team 7, a environmentally friendly company from Austria, now offering it’s lines of fine wood and stone furniture in the US, creates a luxury feel that doesn’t need adornment to feel rich. The simple integration of lighting and convenience oozes luxury like a Tesla. Ultra high performance, simplicity, and that “feel good” environmental sensitivity are what I see as the luxury statement going forward. I am interested to see how quickly the US market will fully embrace these trends.

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The simple integration of function and utilitarian comfort doesn’t mean coldness or lack of personality in the design. The use of texture and lighting play a major role in creating interest and the personalization of everything adds new and unexpected dimension to a space. The kitchen can actually become almost hidden as the full integration blends appliances and storage into the living space with innovative shapes. I am thinking of “the kitchen as hidden in plain sight”! This new integrated living style is both innovative and fun!

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Liebherr Monolith Kitchen
KBIS 2018, Orlando
Richard T. Anuszkiewicz
Padgett and Company Job#4184

Richard Anuszkiewicz, a great designer and a Designhound on our excursion to Milan, designed a space so lovely that yes, the kitchen is truly an afterthought! This from KBIS 2018, bringing that “kitchen hidden in plain sight” to the US in an avant garde, “before the trend” way! The Liebherr refrigeration integrates beautifully in this modern, eclectic, artful, BEAUTIFUL space!

Liebherr Monolith Kitchen KBIS 2018, Orlando Richard T. Anuszkiewicz Padgett and Company Job#4184

Liebherr Monolith Kitchen
KBIS 2018, Orlando
Richard T. Anuszkiewicz
Padgett and Company Job#4184

Liebherr Monolith Kitchen KBIS 2018, Orlando Richard T. Anuszkiewicz Padgett and Company Job#4184

Liebherr Monolith Kitchen
KBIS 2018, Orlando
Richard T. Anuszkiewicz
Padgett and Company Job#4184

Now more from the Euro Cucina floor showing this integrated trend….. these from Stosa Cucine.

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Please stay tuned as I have more thoughts from Eurocucina and Salone Del Mobile concerning how our appliances are starting to show the versatility to reflect our lifestyle! Yes! Appliances can be quite exciting!

-Toni :)

 

 

Authentic Luxury Italian Style……..

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I have often said that I want to see the world through a kitchen and bath lens and I recently had the pleasure of spending time at Lago D’Orta, Italy, courtesy of ROHL Luxury Faucets & Fixtures, the White Good Agency and Designhounds. The trip was fantastic! A truly luxurious experience, which I will get to in detail, but it was incredibly special to experience the culture of this brand.

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The story of founder Ken Rohl innovating the pull out kitchen faucet and bringing it to market is an impressive one, but even more impressive is the way the family continues to keep a finger on the pulse of the industry to bring exceptional products to our market. The polite generosity of the Rohl’s exhibited during our dinners and two factory tours is refreshing. The factory tours included a story told in animated Italian by Bruno Nicolazzi and translated to reveal how some designs were created at dinner from a napkin sketch. The actual plumbing has a variety of personalities from sleek modern to beautiful classic designs but all have a an artful quality that transcends trends.faucet collage 3

 

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As a young woman, I ran a plumbing showroom for a few years. I am guilty of looking at swans at a beach and thinking not of that natural beauty but the brass swan faucets in the showroom back in the day! I do love plumbing. I have designed pressure balanced loops for walls to distribute the water flow and understand the difference between pressure balance and thermostatic valve. I say this because I was particularly impressed by the quality, beauty and simplicity of the multi port manifolds I saw being assembled in the factory. Innovation, quality and commitment to the environment were on exhibit everywhere at these lake side manufacturing facilities. Watching hands craft, polish and assemble the pieces was impressive also. The hand crafted quality is something you can see and feel in the product and each valve is actually pressure tested. Yes, these are water appliances you can count on!rohl italy factory

 

faucet collage 4It is also interesting to note that the area has long been known for artisanal metallurgy. Beautiful church bells were produced here and that legacy and commitment to metal craft is now used in the faucet manufacturing process. In honor of this the members of our group were given a momento of a leather bracelet with a bell.

Now on to our full Lago D’Orta experience. The views were stunning during the drive through the countryside and the arrival at our hotel had me in awe. The Hotel San Rocco is lakeside and part of the historic little village Orta San Giulio. There is so much romantic beauty in the historic architecture and stone streets and each little lane inspires thoughts of the stories the walls could tell. Our group was taken by boat to an 11th century church on Isola di San Giulio in the middle of the lake. The art and architecture of the place is breathtaking. I loved the sculptures, the frescos, the marble and metal work and the scenic beauty.

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I also must speak to the food and wine! The hospitality of the Rohls had us sipping wine lake side and dining on beautifully presented local Italian specialties. Feast your eyes on these beauteous desserts! All in all this was a trip of authentic luxury, indeed!

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I hope you enjoy the photos I took as I bonded with this brand. I am quite impressed by the quality and company culture and hope you investigate their offerings for your next water appliance purchase.

Toni

:)

 

 

Creative Artistry of Ceramic Tile: An Inspirational Trip To Spain

tile of spain top photoI have just returned from a trip to Spain and am super excited and inspired! Invited by Tile of Spain USA to visit the Cevisama trade show and experience the culture of tile in this marvelous country, I have so much to share! Tile is in the DNA of the culture! From the architectural landmarks to the public park benches to the family run tile factories, you feel it everywhere, and it is inspiring to say the least.

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First, let me thank the Tile of Spain, a part of the Spanish trade commission for their hospitality during this incredible opportunity. The trip was a design and architectural enthusiast’s dream…….. and oh! the food culture they shared with us! Some highlights included Paella cooking on an open fire, local wines, fresh produce, cheeses and breads turned into bite size tapas and a fusion meal that was foodie heaven!spanish food

 

The show was an eye opener. Although I have specified tile for countless jobs, I gained a valuable understanding of the quality, process and applications. Ryan Fasan, Technical Consultant for Tile of Spain USA and @tile_trends on social media, guided us though the booths pointing out various new trends and explaining manufacturing process, applications and generally good things to know.

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Digital printing is revolutionizing the tile industry. The process is impressive to watch as we saw during a trip to the Rocersa Ceramica factory. The resulting patterns that truly imitate wood and natural stone, some toned in colors not found in nature but resulting in amazing design possibilities are astounding.

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Digital printing opens all sorts of possibilities for creating tile murals and patterns, ranging from comic book scenes and post cards to replications of old school patterns and new geometrics. The possibilities are endless and the commitment of the tile industry to foster student design competitions is also notable. The innovative patterns inspired by textiles were inspirational. The tile is at home in any room and creates a beautiful and durable wall covering for commercial, hospitality and residential use. Here are a few of my favorites…..

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setting spain tile show spain tile 2Also notable are the textures that play with the light. Simple white takes on an intriguing and sophisticated look with the velvety and linen like textures. Show trends certainly included texture and a modern element in design referred to as brutalism at the show press conference. A look we call modern industrial among other names here in the states. Also notable is a new “timeless”. The tiles we need to create something that works with lifestyle and architecture will not “date” to a specific trend in time. Yes, trends are trends, but the design options these collections offer goes beyond time with a look and quality I love working with.

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Another innovative use of all the new technology is the addition of formed tile steps and stunning exterior pavers. Notable when making transitions.

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I hope you have enjoyed the photos and the inspiration and encourage all design enthusiasts to check out #tileofspain18 and #cevisama18 on instagram for more inspirational photos from our group.

Show pictures taken at Cevisama, tiles by Natucer, Tau, Ceracasa, Argenta, Saloni, Cevica, Rocersa, Roca, Gespania, Estidio Ceramico, Vives Ceramica, Peronda, Keraben Grupo, Equipe, Dune, Aparici, Ibero Porcelanico

Once again I say thank you Tile of Spain for this mind expanding trip and I cannot help but share a few more pics of the amazing architecture!

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THANK YOU 2017!

2017As the New Year approaches, I am compelled to write thanking 2017 for all its gifts and good fortune! The highlights include a new grandson, a new vanity line, trade shows, speaking engagements, and the confidence of my peers to elect me as president of the NKBA Manhattan Chapter.

Enrico IV is a handsome, healthy little marvel of a boy and I feel blessed!

Screen Shot 2017-05-02 at 5_53_05 PM baden haus retroOnto the vanity line… the Retro Collection by Toni Sabatino for Baden Haus is a dream come true! It is a blend of quality, modular convenience, value and good dose of art! We launched the line exhibiting at ICFF in New York, and it was truly a thrill to invite my peers to our booth. Our well received collection has also exhibited at Cersaie in Bologna, The Big 5 in Dubai, and will be at KBIS in Orlando shortly, booth S4877. I encourage you to check out the full collection catalogue on my website http://tonisabatinostyle.com/retro.php or at badenhaus.it.

The design events in New York City are always exciting and full of festive networking and presentations. I had the great pleasure of speaking about the latest features incorporated by Woodmode cabinetry in a talk at “What’s New, What’s Next” 2017 at InHouse Kitchen Bath Home in the New York Design Center. The talk was a collaborative effort featuring craft cocktails and embellishments with renowned author, food critic, speaker, horticulturist and all around fun person, Leeann Lavin.

I was also invited to speak on a panel with Belwith-Keeler at Design Chicago. The discussion revolved around fashion and the design industry, a favorite topic indeed!

As I say adieu 2017, I look forward to the new year with joy and anticipation! KBIS is around the corner and I can’t wait to present the vanity line to our community as well as find new products and innovations to share with my clients. NKBA training will be happening at the show as well and I look forward to my role as president working with the best of our industry in New York City to continue our tradition of bringing quality networking, education, value and sheer fun to our design community.

Wishing you the best in the New Year!

Toni :)

Ingredients for Luxury Kitchens…… my look at JENN-AIR

jenn air collage 12 I recently had the pleasure of visiting with Whirlpool Corporation’s training facility in Chicago. The trip was a wonderful experience. The facility is in a remodeled historic building, and the Whirlpool facility includes an amazing rooftop lounge where we ate several of our site prepared gourmet meals. jennair rooftop 2 jenn ait trip 4Whirlpool, for those not so familiar, is also the parent company behind KitchenAid, Amana, Maytag, Gladiator garage systems and Jenn-Air luxury appliances. Jenn-Air may be known to some for the “down-draft” kitchen ventilation system invented in the 60s but the renewed commitment by the parent corporation to luxury cooking at home has brought with it many more innovations and conveniences. The color touch-screen operated wall oven is one I find particularly noteworthy. The straightforward and simple options had me smiling at first touch! Easier than an ATM and something an older, less tech savvy guest could easily navigate without the instruction book. OK, you say, it’s easy to use but how well does it cook. The meals we sampled, all made by a talented on site staff led by Culinary Training Chef Ann Nolan, were perfection. Crusty but moist bread, flaky pastry and wonderful roasted vegetables were a few that stick in my mind.cooking jennair 2 jennair food 5 jennair food 2 jennair food 4

The line has an impressive induction cooktop, several models in gas, with or without down-draft, and also a series of modules to allow a “create-your-own” that can include a 15″ chrome griddle or an induction wok module. Ventilation options include wall models, island models and of course the down-draft that made them famous! Great options for creating slow simmer soups, crepes and all sorts of culinary masterpieces. Now on to the coffee system!coffee at jennairjennair coffee demo

DeLonghi, of Italian coffee maker fame, actually partnered with Jenn-Air to create their built in coffee system. It is simple to operate, has minimal installation requirements (110V) and makes great coffee. Well thought out, it will also give ample warning for cleaning so there are no surprise shutdowns during dinner parties. The steam oven also operates on 110V and requires no in wall plumbing. The addition of convection allows for many cooking options from reheating to original temperature and texture to steam cooking to baking. Again, easy to navigate without a PHD or instruction book. The dishwashers in the line include drying and steam features but the depth needs to be considered when doing initial planning if inset cabinetry is being used. An under counter ice maker for those looking for “clear ice”, several tall and under counter refrigeration models, including wine storage, round out the kitchen suite offering.jenn air obsidian

Notable is the “Obsidian” refrigeration that makes your ingredients look like model food for a cooking show. Fun for the home culinary enthusiast! As a designer, I look forward to the new series of column refrigeration ideal for personalization and full integration due out early next year. I encourage those of you looking for appliances for your new kitchen to experience these gourmet appliances with simplicity and a great price point at your local showroom or appliance specialty store.jennair collage 4

Thanks so much to Ellen Cheever-Giorgi and the entire Jenn-Air team!

-Toni :)

 

“Digging” Natural Stone

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White Cherokee natural stone island counter from Georgia Marble.

Over the years, I have had mixed feelings about surfaces. The look is all important but durability, longevity and performance have always been key when making selections for clients. On the emotional side, there is also environmental impact to consider. There was a time when I favored man made materials because of quarrying desecrating the planet. A few years ago I visited the quarry of Georgia Marble, operated by Polycor, and found out how wrong I really was! The process is simple and clean. There are no toxic agents and the best part was seeing new life that had come to the quarry in the form shrubbery, trees, birds and animals that were truly flourishing there. This was a truly thrilling personal discovery! The beauty and feel of natural stone cannot be imitated and the feel good quarry moment, emotional reaction I had makes it easy to specify the real deal. There are so many varieties of natural stone, each with it’s unique features that can be researched. MIA+BSI, marble-institute.com the website of the Natural Stone Institute is a great resource for stone research to find the stone that is right for your project. Choosing stone that is less porous for heavily used surfaces like kitchen and bath counters is fairly simple and there are so many to choose from. Proper maintenance is also key to keeping the surface beautiful and there are also a variety of good products on the market for that as well. Natural stone can also be integrated into home designs with wall panels, mosaic tile, flooring and furnishings. Marble cocktail tables have always been a classic favorite of mine. Organic modernism is a style I have embraced. It incorporates simple lines, metal, and the beauty of wood and stone. properly curated, it is an elevated casual look for easy living with an air of sophistication and authenticity.

Whether your look is classic timeless elegance or organic modernism, or anything in between, natural stone adds that special “je ne sais quoi”. Here are a few of my latest loves for incorporating the sophistication and durability of natural stone into home design.

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Natural Stone tables from ANNA by RABLABS make a beauteous statement.

Natural stone from Artistic Tile makes a beautiful accent wall in any room.

Natural stone from Artistic Tile makes a beautiful accent wall in any room.

 

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From Williams and Sonoma ~ marble wine chiller

Natural stone and metal water jet tile from Studium maker an incredible Art Deco statement in this NYC bath.

Natural stone and metal water jet tile from Studium make an incredible Art Deco statement in this NYC bath.

Custom book matched marble shower~ Centre Island, NY, September 23, 2015: --- Interior designer Toni Sabatino worked her magic and created this beautiful living space at this Centre Island home on Long Island. © Audrey C. Tiernan

Custom book matched marble shower~ Centre Island, NY, September 23, 2015: — Interior designer Toni Sabatino worked her magic and created this beautiful living space at this Centre Island home on Long Island. © Audrey C. Tiernan

Marble cheese board from Peters of Kensington (petersofkensington.com.au)

Marble cheese board from Peters of Kensington (petersofkensington.com.au)

Stone fireplace accent wall is simple and chic.

Stone fireplace accent wall is simple and chic.

White marble table lamp from Fine Art Lamps.

White marble table lamp from Fine Art Lamps.

I hope you are inspired to take a look at where natural stone fits into your decor!

-Toni :)

 

 

 

 

 

My “VANITY” project with Baden Haus

 

Retro is coming white matte baden hausThis Sunday is the opening of ICFF in New York where my Retro collection with Baden Haus will debut. It is a collaboration of design love and incorporates years of bath design thinking to bring a beautiful, modular, really user friendly product to market.

“I wanted my creations for Baden Haus to have practicality and personality. The attention to detail gives the feeling of luxury but without the “sticker shock”.
Quality, a timeless retro vibe and affordability were our main points when brainstorming the ideas into build-able units.
The areas for make up, first aid or grooming product organization and towel and paper storage make these cabinets perfect for any bathroom!
The option for wall hanging or floor mount is also available to make the installation simple and easy whether retrofitting, remodeling or building new.

My collection is a hybrid of simple, quality, European construction and American pop culture.”

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“Gotham City” pictured above, my creation with spattered mirror is my homage to “steam punk”, a kind of historical industrial look meant to work with today’s industrial designs.


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“Paisley Tie”: Swanky. “One should either be a work of art or wear a work of art,” said the famously flamboyant Oscar Wilde, a lover of paisley. The history of this iconic pattern that has spanned centuries is quite colorful and I love it for its sophisticated, arty bohemianism.

“Gold Lame”: I love the glamour and fashion of “Old Hollywood”. The golden shimmering glass brings that golden age feel to the bath.

“Matte” pictured at top comes in both black and white. White: Timeless grace, simplicity and elegance. The panels have the look of wainscoting to create the mood of old world charm and tradition. Black: The drama of film noir.

I look forward to the debut over the weekend and if you are in NYC, I hope to see you at the show!

Toni :)

 

 

 

AD DESIGN SHOW : stand outs and resource

ad show 2017 4The annual Ad Design Show in New York City is not just an inspirational collection of artisans, haute homewares and innovations but also a social event on “trade day” for the design community. It is an opportunity to walk the show with colleagues while perusing new offerings over wine and canapes  and share thoughts on the industry. I love the show for the networking and the sheer fun of it but have also come to think of it as a major resource for my business. Noting product that moves me as I see it in person has always been a favorite way to source for jobs. Meeting the makers and distributors, creating relationships and understanding their procedures, policies and lead times is very beneficial for specifying materials and making recommendations to clients. I find it interesting that this show is also open to the public following trade day. The attention the design business gets from magazines, TV shows, and social media of all sorts have made goods from all over the world available to the public. Helping clients put it together and make sure it works is something I really enjoy, sourcing that artisanal piece for a client that really sets the space apart is something I enjoy even more! Shows like the AD Design Show are a great resource for doing just that. This year’s standouts included some amazing radiators that are wall art or are they art that diffuse heat? Hard to say… but innovative and noteworthy for sure. I am always on the lookout for practical but artful storage and some tambour storage cocktail and end tables caught my eye. Porcelain tableware, glassware, glass flowers, dog sculptures, dog beds, the new Steinway player piano, the “urban cultivator” for growing greens in your kitchen, and the new push to open refrigeration from Thermador were some of my other noted items for future use. Creating a home that you love to live in is the goal of all design enthusiasts. As you dream and “pin” and fall in love with that artful piece at a show or that look online or in the “decor” mag you just got, remember there are plenty of professionals like me here to help you connect the dots!

-Toni

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KBIS, “trends” and INSPIRATION

KBIS kbbThe Kitchen and Bath Industry Show, known as KBIS is part of a yearly home improvement and building convention known as Design and Construction Week. I love attending the show, networking with industry partners, checking out new products, absorbing industry news and information and generally having fun.

As part of the Kitchen & Bath Business trade magazine Editorial Advisory Board, I walk the show looking for anything really innovative or particularly beautiful to report on. I also keep an eye open for trends. Personally, I tend not to follow “trends” but feel they play an important role in our industry. The designer that is working for a higher end client can weave together a tapestry that is a combination of lifestyle, architecture, functional art and purpose. The retailers, DIY-ers, design students and budding HG network producers need to see what is new, sexy and available to the mass markets to keep our industry fresh and deserving of all the attention.

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This season, a movement toward “warmth”, earthy tones, deep tones, and mixed metals took over the show booths. Natural woods, mixed in innovative ways, with very simple straight lines has created a look of “organic modernism” that I really love. The blend of glass, slate and other natural stones, texture, matte finishes and artisanal accents creates a warm environment that is easy to personalize with pops of color or personal effects. A nod to industrial or chic glam or mid century can all be accomplished with lighting and accessories when working in this new warm neutral palette.

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Classic square inset shaker cabinetry still seems to dominate. I am a believer in the theory that classic white inset shaker will never go out of style. I also love the use of inset to create modern and industrial moods as well. I was happy to see the classic lines of inset shaker in a new mix of wood textures, interesting colors and finishes to keep it fresh.  Another  “trend” of note I was experiencing is the move towards industrial styled “foodie” faucets in the kitchen.I love this trend and anything that adds fun and authenticity to kitchen life. Industrial inspired metal lighting in soft matte and satin finishes were seen in so many of the lifestyle vignettes. Mixing metals is another trend that I think is here to stay. The mis-matched metals for lighting, appliances, faucets, hardware add an authentic, personal vibe to a space as opposed to a “match-y” stiff feeling. The introduction of more copper adds warmth, too. Hoods, farm sinks, lighting and hardware with all sorts of functional art type styling were all over the show floor and should be available online or at a retail shop.

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“Convenience is KING” is another thought that I take away from the show. Beautiful product that helps us to organize or is low maintenance is always a bonus. Of note this year? Opulent closet organization, vanities with personal storage compartments and a 3D printed counter surface that is impervious to burning, staining, scratching and UV fading. A pretty miraculous counter surface indeed, and soon to a retailer near you.

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KBIS 3d print surface I love this business. I love the impact that good home design has on our daily lives and I love to bring the best of the best to you! Happy remodeling :)