Kitchen & Bath Design News
In This Issue: June 2005
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The fourth of six seminars co-produced by K&BDN and the NKBA will take place this month in Boston
The burden is on NKBA leadership to inspire an atmosphere that lends itself to greater staff stability than in the past.
WarmlyYours has expanded its operations to Canada, the company announced.
Customers need to be talked to in easy-to-understand terms, and drawn a mental picture of what you are discussing.
The housing market, though softening somewhat, remains positive as a result of continued favorable market fundamentals.
Barbara Capella Loehr and Anita Shaw move up
It’s important to review a job once it’s completed to analyze what could have been done differently or better.
We need to control the timeline communication and not leave it to customers to develop
their own expectations.
A trio of college scholarships totaling $5,000 has been awarded to recipients of the "Student Designer Scholarship," sponsored by K&BDN.
Sears Holdings Corp. has honored Danze as a “Partner in Progress,” the manufacturer announced.
Fagor S. Coop., Ltda. has committed to the U.S. market with its full product offering, the company has announced.
What types of products and design trends do you see customers requesting most in the future?
The Internet Home Alliance has predicted the future by inventing it with its "Kitchen of the Future."
It’s clear that creativity and innovation remain strengths of the solid surface industry.
Warm kitchens, cool bathrooms and eclectic combinations are among the color trends to watch in 2006.
Spotlight on creative, problem-solving kitchens and baths
More Industry Updates for June
Showhouses like the Pasadena Showcase House inspire design
collaboration and fusion.
Client clutter, "walking on eggshells," tips for new sellers and more
For Stephen J. Klassen and the staff at Affinity Kitchens, offering value to customers means much more than reasonable price points.
Demographics & buying patterns for the home