The Design and Construction week consisting of the Kitchen & Bath Industry (KBIS) and the International Builders Show was full of attendants across Las Vegas Convention Center. The 2020 show started on 21st January and ran through the 23rd of the same month.
Over 90,000 professionals from the design and construction industry attended the event. The show was an opportunity for exhibitors in the design and construction industries to showcase their latest products.
Below are some of the latest trends and products witnessed during the show:
California Closets was among the new entrants in the 2020 design show in Las Vegas. The company collaborated with LG electronics – a company that manufactures LG Styler. Besides that, the company also showcased its showroom and a closet display.
The other new entrant in this year’s show was the Container Store. The company is seeking to market its products to traders across the United States. During the show, the company gave attendees an opportunity to take a look at its latest line of products such as Avera, Laren Elfa Décor and Elfa Classic.
Despite having participated previously on the show, Organized Living also showcased some of its line of upgraded products. They also introduced a conventionally built-in storage system containing furniture wood grade. Homeowners can acquire the system either as an upgrade or standard.
ClosetMaid on the other hand was celebrating its 55th anniversary during the event. There were several members of the company’s executive team to toast for its half a century operation in the country.
The company had a 50x70 booth to exhibit its most popular and latest products. Some of them included ShelfTrack EVO, Express Shelf, Wire Shelving Systems and MasterSuite. The Chief executive Officer promised customers of better times ahead. He said that the company was working hard to launch a new line of products for its clientele in the course of the year.
Another company that featured on the show was Wellborn Cabinet. The company revealed that it had discontinued its line of closets due to a lack of interest from dealers. However, they said that they still provide various components upon request from customers.
The company showcased a master suit collection comprising of a kitchenette with compartments where homeowners can store various things such as coffee, wine, and even snacks. Other features include a storage drawer and a floating vanity.
Representatives from the company said that the company was looking into modern and frameless styles that will make it easy to incorporate more colors plus new technology features.
Last but not least, Rev-A-Shelf also showcased a range of its new products. The company demonstrated how some most its products function besides informing attendees of its latest acquisition of Sidelines.
Officials from the company highlighted several accessories such as ironing boards, wire baskets, liners and many more.
Apart from connecting with suppliers and showcasing products, the 2020 three day show gave attendees an opportunity to network with their peers as well as learn a lot from experts across different fields.
Representatives from various companies thanked the organizers as they looked forward to the next event.