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10 Cool Kitchen Trends You Need to Know About

January 17, 2020

See some of the latest and greatest products from the Kitchen and Bath Industry Showcase (KBIS) that will help update your home.

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Photo: Miralis. From: Sam Henderson.

Thoughtful Cabinet Construction

Miralis offers a streamlined cabinet collection in Shaker style that is setting the bar a little higher. The difference in these cabinets lies in the construction and finish. The frames of the cabinets are made without seams. Seams have a tendency to separate over time. The scratch-resistant, matte white finish is part of the production and not painted on. These long-lasting cabinets are durable and timeless.

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Photo: Rodi. From: Sam Henderson.

Disappearing Sinks

New from Rodi sinks, the Invisible 50 is great for small space kitchens, a work island, or wet bar area. The faucet lifts and lowers by water pressure, allowing the sink to be covered with a solid countertop insert or cutting board when not in use.

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Beautiful Furniture for the Kitchen

The Galley Dresser is the perfect solution for today’s busy kitchens. As with all Galley designs, this dresser version has been carefully designed to be beautiful and efficient. Racks and boards slide over the top of the sink, creating a truly workable surface. The drawers are meticulously designed to house everything for your culinary endeavors. The Galley Dresser line comes in 4 sizes and 13 high-gloss finishes.

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Photo: Hasegawa. From: Sam Henderson.

A Step Above

This is what happens when somebody reimagines a common object. The Lucano step ladder from Hasegawa is well-constructed from smooth aluminum and steel and designed with intention. The ladders, which come in one to four steps, are powder coated in a variety of colors and stand upright when folded. The slim 7" profile allows them to be tucked away easily.

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