A recap of Kesseböhmer’s trip to KBIS 2019 held February 19-21, 2019 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas, NV.
Join us for KBIS 2019, the largest kitchen and bath showcase, at the Las Vegas Convention Center February 19-21, 2019!
With a great 2018 behind us, we’re taking a look at trends popping up for 2019. We scanned all the hottest design blogs to bring you a complete list of what to look out for this year!
We’re proud to announce the new Headquarters of Kesseböhmer USA. Take a peek inside our new space and learn more about this historic property.
We’re helping eliminate some of the stress this holiday season by providing you with decorating tips and tricks. We also outline some ways you can make your decor transitional between all holidays this season.
This season, two devastating hurricanes greatly impacted our US headquarter’s surrounding area. We’re matching all donations up to $10,000 to support local hurricane relief efforts.
Last month we attended the International Woodworking Fair in Atlanta, Georgia where we displayed the new products we recently added to our line. Take an exclusive look at our new offerings and the updated US catalogs now available online!
The International Woodworking Fair (IWF) is one of the top woodworking trade shows in the world occurring bi-annually. This year it will be held at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, Georgia. Come see our both in Building C, #2718 from August 22nd-25th.
All white kitchens have always been a ubiquitous staple amongst the design conscious. Recent trends of black shifting from an accent color to the focal point of the kitchen have emerged and we’re excited about this bold new trend.
The organizational potential your kitchen has does not depend on its size. Whether you are outfitting a kitchen in a trending tiny house, a city apartment or in your forever home, making the most of your storage space is paramount.
When it comes to kitchen renovations, your budget is one of the most critical factors, right next to your design plan. Kitchen renovations can range from minor to major expenses, and it’s important to keep track of where all your money is going.
Spring is right around the corner and soon there will be extra sunlight and later sunsets. The bees will be buzzing, flowers will start to bloom, and your house will be in need of a deep clean.
The Kesseböhmer KBIS booth was a flurry of activity during the 2018 show! We hosted camera crews, industry professionals, and consumers who all gathered to see our latest featured products. Read more to learn about some of the highlights of our booth.
There’s just something about the new year that makes it motivating and enticing for improvement and change. Why not begin with your kitchen? Remodeling or renovating your kitchen is a great start to kick off the new year. It will take proper budgeting and planning, but that will pay off once you get to see (and work in) your new and improved space.
The National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA) will be hosting this year’s Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS) at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida January 9-11, 2018. Kesseböhmer is thrilled to announce that we will be exhibiting in the South Hall - booth #3157. Industry professionals and excited remodelers all gather together in one place and we can hardly wait to showcase our new products that will be released in the upcoming year. There will be over 500 exhibitors participating in KBIS with an abundance of products you won’t want to miss.
The most wonderful time of the year is rapidly approaching and you know what that means: family, friends, feasts, and festivities. Waiting until the last minute to get your kitchen ready could lead to unnecessary stress. So, if your kitchen is the place to be during the holidays, here are some suggestions that you can implement now to prepare for the upcoming season.
The National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA) launched Kitchen & Bath Month in 1982, after observations found that October is the most popular time for renovations and/or remodeling of the two most important rooms in the house, leading up to the holidays.