Find great color and storage solutions with the latest cabinetry from the 2009 Kitchen and Bath Industry Show.
Hello! I'm Linda Eggerss, Editor of Kitchen & Bath Ideas Magazine, and we're here at the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show today at the Wellborn Booth. They make beautiful kitchen cabinetry. And today at the show, we're gonna show you some of the trends in cabinetry whether it's storage or details. Come on along with us and see what's next for your kitchen. The designers at Wellborn are putting a lot of emphasis into the design and storage details of their cabinetry. Crown molding, turned legs, and mission style post are available in both simple and ornate designs to go with any style kitchen. Storage features like timber doors, deep drawers for pots and pans, and garbage pull-outs are just a few of their convenient options. Cabinetry in shades of white is perennially popular with home owners. So, the designers are Craftmade are introducing new painted white finishes from maple cabinetry. These 2 kitchens finished in dove white are classic in timeless. As is this kitchen in a finished called Canvas with a cuckoo colored glaze. It's what goes on behind closed doors that make Blooms Cabinetry innovations stand out. The new servo auto open feature makes it easy to open cabinet doors and drawers with just a push of the finger or a nudge of the knee. And the Intivo box design brings your kitchen style right inside the cabinets. You can use any type of acrylic panels or wood inserts in these drawers. This unique bamboo motif with bamboo door inserts is a new finish from Grabill Cabinetry. This custom cabinet builder also offers a sandblasted alder wood cabinet finish that has the look of driftwood. There were several modern style cabinetry manufacturers that caught my eye. This slick wood cabinetry with a glossy locker finish from Scavolini offers a variety of innovative storage designs. For instance, no space is waisted with this drawer that wraps around the sink. Poggenpohl Porsche Design kitchen features a luxurious style. It boost very slick lines and precision fits inset cabinet doors. The cabinets are also outfitted with blooms, smooth gliding technology that opens and closes drawers and cabinets with a gentle touch of a finger. This solid surfacing Parapan doors from Elements Designs are durable, water resistant, and they're available in 14 high-gloss colors. The company also manufactures glass panel shells embedded with LED lighting. The soft lighting is a beautiful way to light your cabinets or bar area without worrying about unsightly wireless or lighting fixtures. Armstrong Cabinetry partnered with Rev-A-Shelf to create some very interesting new storage features for the bath and the laundry room. This pull-out makes it easy to store make up, while this deep drawer is equipped to handle a hairdryer and curling iron. In the laundry, a pull-down drying bar, a pop up ironing board and pull-out hampers all make this space an efficient work zone. There were several bath vanity cabinets that I loved. The first is Terra Acqua's Kangyur Vanity, which is 26 inches wide and features both open and close storage areas. This contemporary design features a rainfall style hand carving on the door. The sink is the Antone countertop basin in sandstone. It's handcrafted from a single block of stone and it offer space for cosmetics and grooming supplies. This space-saving line of vanities from Fairmont Designs features dark cabinets in an espresso finish in curvy white sinks. The smallest vanity combo is just 20 inches wide; a great choice for a powder room or a small guest bath. This Cherry Vanity from Dams features beautifully curved doors. The tray can be removed and set on the counter or wherever you need it. You got the whole look for a low price with the Barton Vanity from Devane's. This affordable combination includes the mirror, vanity, sink, and the faucets for just $1200. And those are my top cabinetry picks for this year's show.