Things that caught my attention at KBIS:
I'm loving the new & updated cabinet accessories. Hafele now has walnut(-look) accessories, like the plate racks and peg boards below.
Another Hafele piece: Their lift mechanism typically used for TV's was installed behind a shallow wall cabinet, and lowered into the backsplash area to reveal spices and knives. How creative is that?
Robern has new vanity sizes. At only 30"w x 18" deep, there's a surprising amount of storage space in that cabinet! And check out the outlet in the front of the drawer.
I always love the Element Designs booth. Shelves with integral LED lights:
More Element Designs: Their aluminum frames (available in black, white, and oil-rubbed bronze, in addition to the standard aluminum finish) have several profiles. And not only do they offer Parapan (a high-gloss acrylic insert that I love), but now they've teamed up with 3-form to offer even more insert options.
I really want to use one of their aluminum cabinet bases.
Not just cabinet accessories, but sink accessories too. Both sinks from Kohler:
And I did a lot of drooling at the Toto booth:
Check out the LED-lit lavatory (and mirror)
More & more possibilities for curbless showers and semi-enclosed glass doors/panels:
Another glass enclosure & linear drain from Fleurco:
And then, just for fun, I loved some of the creative details in the "Contained" exhibit.
Light fixture made from quartz countertop samples and what I believe to be Plumen designer CFL bulbs:
Light fixture from beer bottles:
A floor-mounted faucet for the dog's water: