Kitchen & Bath Design News
In This Issue: June 1999
Kitchen & Bath Design News is the industry's leading business, design and product resource for the kitchen and bath trade.
Conference Upgraded for K&BDN Show in
Baltimore, MD An expanded and upgraded educational conference
highlighted by more than 40 individual programs, including
seminars, show-floor workshops and all-day pre-show sessions has
been announced for...
Examine Future Trends For Keys to Expanding Your Firm:
Orlando, FL With the new millennium looming on the
not-too-distant horizon, kitchen and bath firms will have to listen
to new and emerging trends that will have a significant impact...
Many clients today are demanding that their designs, appliances
and home spaces fit their lifestyle, and they are willing to go the
extra mile to accomplish this.'
In response, creative designers of kitchens and of the products
that go into...
One was a college kid working nights in a garage to pay his
tuition during the post-Depression years, when he burned his hands
while washing them using a conventional two-handle faucet.
That was Al Moen, who wound up developing a single-handle...
If you don't have a well defined destination, you won't know it when you get there.
Sleek, Contemporary Designs Power Hawaii
by Daina Darzin
Troy Adams, CKD, has been in the kitchen and bath industry for
almost his entire life literally. At age 15, Adams had a part-time
job in his family's business, making...
If I could, I would jump through my photo into your showroom, go
over to your favorite display, stand on top of it and yell at the
top of my lungs: "This will be the most important thing I will ever
write in any column!" Okay, you heard it first...
As I roamed the vast reaches of'the Orange County
Convention Center in Orlando during the recent Kitchen/Bath
Industry Show, I found myself comparing this extravaganza with the
earliest AIKD (now NKBA) shows held in hotel exhibit rooms...
Designer Offers Ideas for Creating 'Problem-Solving
Apopka, FL To raise the productivity level of your firm, you
must first look at the way your staff operates and interacts with
customers, then look at who your customers are, says Dino...