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Kitchen & Bath Industry Show attendees were granted an all-access pass to LuxeHome, the incredibly large collection of premier boutiques for the home.

Last month during the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS) in Chicago, LuxeHome entered into a strategic partnership that included complimentary daily shuttles to its showcase and featured speakers and seminars led by such LuxeHome showrooms as Closet Works of Chicago, The KOHLER Store, Poggenpohl, and Delta Faucet.

LuxeHome entered into a strategic partnership with Kitchen & Bath Industry Show
Ample under cabinet lighting is just one of the features at Bentwood Luxury Kitchens of Chicago.
 
Closet Works has interior lighting in place to help homeowners easily see the difference between navy blue and black.

Spanning more than 115,000 square feet of space, LuxeHome houses 30 boutiques of top brands in kitchen, bath, tile, lighting, cabinetry, appliances, and countertops, and other amenities.  It is open to the public, as well as interior designers, architects, and custom builders Monday through Saturday all year long. LuxeHome displays a wide selection of products to fit all lifestyles – from modern European to classic American to traditional English. Each boutique is staffed with knowledgeable designers who can assist with all phases of a design project.

LuxeHome and de-Giulio-Metal-Boy at the 2012 Kitchen & Bath Industry Show enLightenment Home Lighting Magazine featuring LuxeHome
At de Giulio Kitchen Design, storage for pots and pans is one of the welcome amenities.
A modern kitchen, complete with industrial pendants, highlights this setting from Plain & Fancy Custom Cabinetry.
 

 

“We were very excited to partner with KBIS, as our tenants always look forward to connecting with the show’s attendees and showcasing their latest offerings in the kitchen and bath industry,” says Katherine Flaherty, vp/Building Products & Special Projects at MMPI.  “In addition to the LuxeHome manufacturers exhibiting and speaking at KBIS, our boutiques also held receptions in their showrooms and unveiled their newest products,” she comments.

“From seminars to the unveiling of new products, this partnership allowed attendees to make the most of their time in Chicago for KBIS. By further connecting and building relationships with industry professionals both in and outside of the show, and experiencing the renowned LuxeHome showrooms in person, attendees were able to remain ahead of the curve on the latest in home building and renovation,” adds Jim Scott, managing director of KBIS.





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  1. frankan bennici says:

    awesome use of materials and light, i have always believed in the correct lighting in a house for mood enhancement.

    • Linda Longo says:

      Thank you for taking the time to comment on this story. We’d LOVE to see your work — anyone who pays attention to lighting in a home gets our vote.

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