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St. Charles Cabinetry has signed on 21 dealers in 15 states across the United States as the steel-cabinet manufacturer attempts to build a nationwide dealer network, the company announced. Key dealer locations include southern California, Florida...
Kitchen & Bath Design News ’ 2009 educational program continues its cross-country tour this month, with the fourth in a series of 10 seminars aimed at increasing the design skills, showroom savvy and business management acumen of kitchen and bath...
ServiceMagic.com and the National Kitchen & Bath Association have formed a strategic alliance that allows NKBA members to reach consumers seeking kitchen and bath design professionals by gaining access to ServiceMagic.com’s targeted lead platform...
The beleaguered U.S. economy and depressed housing market continue to take a heavy toll on the kitchen and bath industry.
Changing priorities and persistent weakness in the economy are having a distinct impact on consumers when it comes to the homes and home-related products they are purchasing.
From cabinet lead times to setting firm pricing structures, kitchen and bath dealers use a variety of methods to keep jobs on track and on schedule.
A carefully chosen light fixture can provide color, drama and warmth to even the most neutral-toned space.
The more you know about a customer, the easier it will be to develop a relationship that eliminates the Internet as a competitor.
The Compensation Survey (“The Wages of Design”) in the October 2008 issue of KBDN delivered a lot of useful information.
The city of St. Louis is well-known for its Gateway Arch – a national memorial dedicated to the westward expansion of the 1800s.
When it comes to installation and fabrication, working with Vetrazzo is very similar to working with granite.
We need to create ways to help our customers that might also provide us with new opportunities.
Look at each and every expense: Don’t assume that items that seem like fixed expenses, such as rents and leases, cannot be renegotiated.
Kitchen and bath designers note that a little flexibility with materials, colors and textures goes a long way with countertop applications.
A Birmingham, MI spec home uses lodge-like details and minimalism-inspired style to create a kind of ‘Mountain Zen.’
A remodel of a Sagaponack, NY home blends luxury and green in the recent Hamptons Cottages & Gardens Idea House.
Color can be used to make a statement with minimal cost, and in the midst of economic stress, can also offer hope and comfort in the home.
Designers are using innovations old and new to create more efficient storage in the kitchen, bath and beyond.
Without a word, an attractive, functional shower display can do about 75 percent of your selling communication for you.
The vast array of specialty appliances available today allows designers to create truly customized spaces – in the kitchen and beyond.