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LBS Moves to Larger Headquarters
Glendale Heights, IL Luxury Bath Systems, Inc. (LBS), the
bathroom remodeling franchising company headquartered here,
has opened a new, expanded headquarters facility, the company
announced last month.
SEN Marks its Seventh Anniversary
Pittsburgh, PA The Signature Executive Network (SEN), the first
buying group formed for kitchen and bath design firms, marked its
seventh anniversary at its recent Fall Conference here. The
three-day event, held in...
Culinary Event Sponsored by Viking Range
Napa, CA In response to "growing interest in one-of-a-kind
culinary adventures and vacations," Viking Range Corp. sponsored a
special event at which culinary enthusiasts had a chance to meet
KraftMaid Workers Assist Needy
Middlefield, OH Plant employees at KraftMaid's three production
facilities have raised more than $31,000 to assist churches and
other need-based organizations in Northeast Ohio during the holiday
season, the company...
Am. Woodmark Posts Record Second Quarter
Winchester, VA American Woodmark Corp., demonstrating growth in
all of its channels of distribution, posted record net income and
net sales in the company's second fiscal quarter ended Oct. 31,
Luxury Collection Gets Rave Reviews
Boca Raton, FL The Luxury Kitchen & Bath Collection 2001, a
two-day networking, education and product event held in late
November, has received an "extraordinary" response from both
attendees and sponsoring...
NKBA Joins as Group's Sponsor
Hackettstown, NJ The National Kitchen and Bath Association
(NKBA) has become a sponsor of the Manufacturer Representatives
Educational Research Foundation (MRERF), a Geneva, IL-based
consortium of industry-specific...
Lack of focus actually creates an environment where other problems are born, making them somewhat self-perpetuating.
New Board of Directors Named By NKBA
Hackettstown, NJ New members of the board of directors have been
elected for 2002 by the National Kitchen and Bath Association,
organization officials have announced.
Elected by members of the NKBA, based here...
Polycon 2002 Set for Orlando
McLean, VA Polycon 2002, the industry-related trade show and
educational conference sponsored by the International Cast Polymer
Association (ICPA), will take place next month in Orlando, FL, the
ISSFA Event Set For Next Month In Las Vegas
Henderson, NV The International Solid Surface Trade Show and
Expo also known as Solid Surface 2002 is scheduled to mark its
fifth anniversary next month in Las Vegas, show organizers
Many kitchen countertops are made in standardized sizes and
shapes. Typically, they are about 25" deep, and are either
rectangular in shape, or joined together to form simple "L" shapes
or "U" shapes. In such simple kitchen layouts, it's usually...
Cookie cutter kitchens went out with the home plans of the post
World War II era, and fortunately for us, most projects today
include some difficult parameters, unusual site conditions, budget
limitations and incredible expectations from clients...
Market Solid As 2000 Ends
The kitchen and market remained solid as 2000 came to a close,
according to the latest round of industry barometers, which
revealed upticks in housing starts, and shipments of appliances,
cabinetry and other major...
NKBA Seeking Meeting on Practice Codes
Hackettstown, NJ Officials from the National Kitchen & Bath
Association are "hoping to meet" within the next two months with
representatives from the American Society of Interior Designers
(ASID) to better...
Family Kitchen and Bath Firm Builds on
By Daina Darzin Manning
Lindquist and Co. has been a cooperative affair for years which
aligns perfectly with principal designer Rebecca Gullion
Lindquist's approach to kitchens.
I wasn't born when the stock market crashed in 1929. I'm not old
enough to remember the day Pearl Harbor was hit. But I remember
when the atom bomb dropped on Hiroshima, when FDR died and the day
Kennedy was shot. The world changed each time. And...