Once again, the Simon/Myers team attended the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS) in Las Vegas, NV. KBIS is North America’s largest trade show dedicated to kitchen and bath design. We spotted some new interior design trends along with a few enduring themes. Take a look, and see what's coming and what's staying.
A WELL-ROUNDED STYLE WITH A SENSE OF HISTORY
Mid-century Modern was still the dominating style with its clean lines, but it’s getting a fresh take by mixing it up with touches of traditional details and vintage décor to create a refined, eclectic style.
BOLD, BUT WARM
Kitchen cabinets are going dark, neutrals and metals are warming up, and natural materials are still going strong and being used in a bold way.
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