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Please post what you saw/liked/is new @ 2013 KBIS in New Orleans.

Posted by SparklingWater (My Page) on
Mon, Apr 22, 13 at 16:44

Thanks for sharing your thoughts. We are eager to hear.

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RE: Please post what you saw/liked/is new @ 2013 KBIS in New Orle


That mirrored subway tile in the show photo gallery is really out there:

Next person with ABS should be required to install it :-).

RE: Please post what you saw/liked/is new @ 2013 KBIS in New Orle

I am afraid that might be me, lol. Where do I get that tile?

I liked the disappearing kitchen article.

Here is a link that might be useful: Design extinction

RE: Please post what you saw/liked/is new @ 2013 KBIS in New Orle

Liked these with links
neolith porcelain counters and sinks and surfaces

valhallan papers

raw urth artisan hood shells, sheves and fireplace surrounds

invisia grab bars of all things worth a look, aging in place even though my generation seems to be in denial

Other sorry no pics just keep an eye out...

nice oil based ceruse finish on wire brushed white oak -Engrain wood tops Kropp woodworking
Hafele featured an island with section that rises up in center, got. Word on new LEDs due in June, not shown
Richelieu- new corner turnout
Keeler - decorative metal inserts for backsplash bands with integrated LEDs
Silestone- new colors and new finish, very nice
Showplace brought some new colors, laminates, and matte finish to private mixer
Elmwood, some very cool new specialty veneers and metallic painted hood that was a cross between blue steel and aged pewter

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