KBIS Preview: Maria’s TakeJanuary 13, 2016
KBIS Sneak Peek: Trend WatchJanuary 27, 2016
Given that we’re just a few months away from unveiling a brand-new showroom, we will be attending this year’s KBIS 2016 with an especially discerning eye. Not only are we on the hunt for the hottest trends in kitchen and bath renovation for your home, we’re about to embark on a renovation journey of our own. As we peruse the products on display, we’ll be keeping our eyes out for those trends from 2015 that have “legs” as well as newly-emerging trends for 2016. Check back in a few weeks to read about Maria’s top picks from this year’s show, and in the meantime we’ll be exploring some of the big things happening with Wood-Mode in the coming year.
Wood-Mode at KBIS
Wood-Mode will have many new products, styles, and finishes on display at this year’s KBIS. They recently added ribbon mahogany to their wood species options, and will have their Park Avenue Recessed and Vanguard Plus products on display so we can see the species’ richness up-close. We’ll also get to see the new Storm Cloud stain as displayed on the Winchester Recessed cabinet for bath. Beautiful neutrals remain on-trend for 2016, and Wood-Mode’s new finish and color options clearly reflect that.
More Walnut Options
Walnut has been an option for premium Wood-Mode cabinetry for some time, but they have broadened the options with new styles and finishes, giving homeowners more options than ever before. Whether you are renovating a kitchen, pantry, office, or bathroom, Wood-Mode custom cabinetry is both beautiful and high-quality—creating a dream room that will stand the test of time.
New Door Styles, Colors
Wood-Mode introduced eleven new door styles at the end of 2015! Traditional, transitional, and contemporary options give you the opportunity to create a beautiful, custom space that reflects your personal aesthetic—and works with your busy lifestyle. Wood-Mode also updated their color options with the following:
- Designer Color Palette Updates: Bright White is a true, clean white that doesn’t pick up yellow from lights and fixtures; Platinum is a rich taupe, a mid-tone warm gray; Deep Aegean is cooler than navy, and is a vibrant option to use as an eye-catching accent.
- Vintage Designer Opaque Updates: Silvered Almond is a “barely there” cream, warmer than traditional gray and white; Blue Toile is soft and feminine, a slightly cooler version of a gray-blue; Garrison Red is a warm barn-red, but with an aged quality that keeps it from overwhelming a space.