KBB’s Editorial Advisory Board Shares Favorites from KBIS 2020

February 3, 2020

Yep they did it again! Our esteemed EAB scoured the show floor and came up with their top picks. See what they chose in such categories as color, universal design, convenience and more!

Cheryl Kees Clendenon of In Detail Interiors was impressed with the amount of color seen at KBIS 2020! “What struck me were the very saturated hues being shown,” she said. Shown is the new Victoria & Albert color program.
Rose Dostal of RMD Designs chose the Ruvati Sink because it adds grater accessories.
“The sinks from Bocchi really hit a unique note for your kitchen and/or bath,” said Brandy Souza, vice president of Kitchen Views. “The vanities will be ready in June, and all the sinks are in the process of becoming mass certified.”
“Clarke once again displayed its beautiful collection of bathtubs,” said Ebony Stephenson, CAPS, of Designs by Ebony LLC. “This year, the displays included natural elements for the backdrop, including sand, mulch, fall leaves and river rocks.”
“I was simply bedazzled by the fit, finish and sparkle of the new JennAir range,” said Paula Kennedy of Timeless Kitchen Design. “I am beyond in love with the racks inside the oven that are flat bars and just as polished and sparkly as the exterior! JennAir, Nice job!”
“The Dacor oven in navy and gold is in trend and truly beautiful,” said Souza. “Pair that with the Dacor wine station, and your kitchen is practically complete!”
“I really liked this vanity set from James Martin,” said designer Patricia Gaylor. “In two 30-in.-wide units, there’s a ton of storage space, and it is an easy install. I love the mid-century look!”
“Magic in the Docking Drawer,” said Kennedy. “This is a safe and functional solution for outlets inside the drawer, allowing designers to design beautiful spaces and help our clients keep their spaces free of clutter on the counters. There is no need to modify the drawer; the system fits neatly into the existing space behind the drawer box.”
“Evekare had a neat display that included grab bars with built-in LED lights, as well as an easy-to-install glow-in-the-dark toilet seat,” said Stephenson.