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What's Trending at KBIS 2024?

Updated: May 15

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We went to this year's Kitchen and Bath Industry Show (KBIS) and got to see what the latest and greatest trends are for 2024. KBIS is co-located at the Las Vegas Convention Center with the International Builder's Show (IBS) to create Design and Construction Week (DCW).


"DCW is the largest annual gathering of residential construction and design industry professionals. This in-person event will spotlight new products, industry experts and numerous networking opportunities. In 2024, the NAHB International Builders' Show (IBS) and the NKBA Kitchen and Bath Industry Show (KIBS) will celebrate 11 years of co-location during Design and Construction Week."


"The Kitchen and Bath Industry Show (KBIS) is North America's largest trade show dedicated to all aspects of kitchen and bath design. KBIS, in conjunction with the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA), is an inspiring, interactive platform that showcases the latest industry products, trends, and technologies from hundreds of exhibitors."





Key Trends at KBIS 2024

Technology:


As always, technology is at the forefront of all trends. The most common tech that we saw was sensor faucets (like in the video below). Other options included push technology, temperature and output control, touch screens, and smart home integrations.




Mix-and-Match / Customization:

Mixing different colors and metal finishes was another big trend. Many companies now have the option to completely customize the look of your fixture. You can mix-and-match finish colors, types of metals, or even handle shapes and sizes.



Bold Finishes:


Gone are the days were designs were built around standard finish options, like chrome or brushed nickel. We saw a LOT of bold, new finish designs ranging from pastels, all shades of gold, rhinestones, and even wood finishes!





Outdoor Shower Systems:

A newer trend we noticed was the introduction of outdoor shower systems. These are meant to be installed for homes with pools or beach homes. At first glance, they looked like giant taps, but the more we looked at them, the more intriguing they became.



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