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Trends to look for at Kitchen and Bath Industry Show in Las Vegas that is from January 21st-23st.
Trends to Look for at the 2020 Kitchen and Bath Industry Show
January 10, 2020

The annual Kitchen and Bath Industry Show (KBIS) is coming to Las Vegas this January and MR Direct will be there for all the fun! Here are some of the trends that are going to dominate at the show.

The annual Kitchen and Bath Industry Show (KBIS) is coming to Las Vegas this January and MR Direct will be there for all the fun! Here are some of the trends that are going to dominate at the show.

Streamlined Sustainability

Streamlined Sustainability

Sustainability has been a big deal in the kitchen and bath industry for some time, but saving the environment has always gone hand-in-hand with saving money on electricity and water bills.

In 2020, we can expect greener kitchens aimed at millennial adults who are interested in more than just saving cash. More kitchens will be designed for zero-waste lifestyles. This might include specialized storage spaces for package-free food and bulk purchases, as well as designs featuring upcycled tile, brick, stone, or wood. You may also see kitchen space dedicated to indoor gardening. This space can be used to cultivate fresh herbs or regrow greens from food waste.

Sustainability has been a big deal in the kitchen and bath industry for some time, but saving the environment has always gone hand-in-hand with saving money on electricity and water bills.

In 2020, we can expect greener kitchens aimed at millennial adults who are interested in more than just saving cash. More kitchens will be designed for zero-waste lifestyles. This might include specialized storage spaces for package-free food and bulk purchases, as well as designs featuring upcycled tile, brick, stone, or wood. You may also see kitchen space dedicated to indoor gardening. This space can be used to cultivate fresh herbs or regrow greens from food waste.

Kitchen with specialized storage cabinet for package-free food and bulk purchases.

Photo Courtesy Of: www.sustainablekitchens.co.uk

Kitchen with specialized storage cabinet for package-free food and bulk purchases.

Photo Courtesy Of: www.sustainablekitchens.co.uk

Lightning Fast Shipping

Lightning Fast Shipping

Most people think a home remodel takes weeks, but that’s all going to change in 2020. With the rise of same-day shipping services, customers want their purchases faster than ever.

Innovative kitchen and bath companies have revamped their logistical capabilities and are able to deliver products across long distances in as little as 2 days.

Even if you order a large farmhouse sink or a hand-made stone vessel, you’ll be able to complete your kitchen or bathroom remodel in just a few weeks.

Most people think a home remodel takes weeks, but that’s all going to change in 2020. With the rise of same-day shipping services, customers want their purchases faster than ever.

Innovative kitchen and bath companies have revamped their logistical capabilities and are able to deliver products across long distances in as little as 2 days.

Even if you order a large farmhouse sink or a hand-made stone vessel, you’ll be able to complete your kitchen or bathroom remodel in just a few weeks.

Live Smarter

Live Smarter

Soon, Alexa and Google may know what needs to go on your shopping list before you say a word. The rise of smart kitchens and bathrooms will extend voice activation to your appliances, bringing more ease to your everyday life.

Smart capabilities will make life more convenient and make your home safer. Imagine an oven that can’t burn your food or a stove that will turn itself off when you leave the house. These are just a few of the many exciting smart trends that are growing popular in the industry.

Soon, Alexa and Google may know what needs to go on your shopping list before you say a word. The rise of smart kitchens and bathrooms will extend voice activation to your appliances, bringing more ease to your everyday life.

Smart capabilities will make life more convenient and make your home safer. Imagine an oven that can’t burn your food or a stove that will turn itself off when you leave the house. These are just a few of the many exciting smart trends that are growing popular in the industry.

Powerful Cabinets

Powerful Cabinets

The smarter your devices become, the more power they need. Soon, you’ll be able to install cabinets with power outlets and USB ports built right in. This will make storage easier for devices like electric toothbrushes and beard trimmers, but it will also open the door for more cordless innovations like hair dryers, food processors, pasta makers, and more.

The smarter your devices become, the more power they need. Soon, you’ll be able to install cabinets with power outlets and USB ports built right in. This will make storage easier for devices like electric toothbrushes and beard trimmers, but it will also open the door for more cordless innovations like hair dryers, food processors, pasta makers, and more.

Smart kitchen with power outlets and USB ports built right into the cabinet.

Photo Courtesy Of: www.drivenbydecor.com

Smart kitchen with power outlets and USB ports built right into the cabinet.

Photo Courtesy Of: www.drivenbydecor.com

More Showers, More Sinks

More Showers, More Sinks

Trends are shifting away from bathtubs and towards showers in 2020. Over 80% of recent master bathroom renovations have included a shower upgrade or an increase in shower space, and about 1 in 4 have eliminated a tub.

Dual sinks in master bathrooms are also getting some love, with 54% of homeowners preferring separate sink spaces. This may be because it’s easier than ever to install vessel sinks in your bathroom. And, as they save a lot of space, you can often fit two vessels in the place of one undermount sink.

Trends are shifting away from bathtubs and towards showers in 2020. Over 80% of recent master bathroom renovations have included a shower upgrade or an increase in shower space, and about 1 in 4 have eliminated a tub.

Dual sinks in master bathrooms are also getting some love, with 54% of homeowners preferring separate sink spaces. This may be because it’s easier than ever to install vessel sinks in your bathroom. And, as they save a lot of space, you can often fit two vessels in the place of one undermount sink.

The list of exciting and innovative products goes on and on! Stay tuned for our KBIS 2020 Recap article, featuring all the great highlights of this year’s show.

The list of exciting and innovative products goes on and on! Stay tuned for our KBIS 2020 Recap article, featuring all the great highlights of this year’s show.