Originally posted in Architectural Digest
Here are a just a few of amazing new products showcased at the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show in Las Vegas
On Tuesday morning, the annual Kitchen and Bath Industry Show (KBIS) opened in Las Vegas, and for three days decorators, architects, builders, and home-design aficionados rushed around the city's gigantic convention center, immersing themselves in the latest offerings from top artisans and manufacturers. There were gleaming, automobile-sized cooking ranges, Medusa-like shower heads, and, of course, plenty of kitchen sinks. AD was there for all the excitement, and here, we show some of the most interesting new products and technologies on display, including lines from our favorite brands.
Walker Zanger debuted the Kaza concrete tile collection, which won the show's Best of Kitchen gold award. Five designs were on display, including Edgy, shown here.
Robern's slender-legged Balletto vanity won KBIS's Best of Bath silver award. It features tip-out front and side drawers, built-in power stirps, and a nightlight.
Gaggenau debuted the 400 Combi-Steam Oven, which offers sous-vide cooking and automatic cleaning functions.
Ann Sacks displayed three new stone and tile collections created by Kelly Wearstler, including Liaison, shown here.
Thermador expanded its offerings with a new 60-inch Pro Grand Range featuring side-by-side ovens, the larger of which can accommodate caterer-size baking sheets.
Liebherr's Undercounter Pullout Refrigerator, which features intuitive adjustable shelves and soft-close doors, won the show's Best of Kitchen silver award.
Brizo looked to the Bauhaus movement for inspiration for its sleek new Litze bath collection, which is available in numerous finishes and with three handle options.
Caesarstone unveiled nine new colors in its Classico collection of quartz surfaces, including Statuario Maximus, pictured, which will be availabe this spring.
Viking boasts that its TurboChef Oven, which uses a combination of microwave and impingement air (a kind of super convection system that moves air quickly through the oven) technologies, is the world's fastest oven.