Reimagined Online 2020 | #RemodelingShow | Remodeling Show 2020 | Nov 16-18 | remodelingshow.com
Out with the old, in with the new. As homeowners continue to spend significant time at home adapting to work, school, and leisure, it’s no wonder the remodeling market has not only bounced back… latest research shows continued growth through 2021. Material consideration and space selection, design harmony, color, project timing, and client rapport are vital to successfully “reimagining” a space. Let’s discuss trends in residential remodeling.
Please share your projects, your photos, and your ideas. We can’t wait to discuss inspired remodeling… together with you at KBtribechat!
Want to continue the conversation after KBTribechat? The Remodeling Show’s gone virtual in 2020. Join us November 16-18 for the Remodeling Showreimagined online. With content designed to strengthen your team… from design through production, there’s something worth learning… it’s more accessible (and affordable) than ever before. 20+ on-demand sessions, and 3 LIVE power-punching keynote events with notable names like Kermit Baker, Bruce Case, Victoria Downing, and more. Explore the full lineup >>
1.) Let’s kick things off on a serious note. Like most sectors of the economy, the home improvement segment has been affected by the pandemic. In what ways has the remodeling industry been permanently changed?
2.) Business. For remodelers, firms or independent designers: What’s the first question you ask a potential client who’s looking to remodel?
a.) Flashback to 2019…. Was it the same first question?
3.) Emerging Trends in Luxury KitchenDesign. What trends in luxury kitchen & bath are you most excited about for 2021+? Share photos and specs!
4.) Backsplashes. Glass – mosaic – tile – ceramic, the list goes on. What backsplash materials are your favorite(s) to work with? Why? Does the ease-of-installation play a part? Bonus find: imaginative backsplashes that double as “wall art”…. seen any? Share!
5.) Let’s talk interior trim detail, specifically craftsmanship & style: How can transitional trim create visual interest through proportion? Does proportion = beauty? Is less always more?
6.) Color me fresh. Show us your most impactful use of color in/on an existing room or space from 2020. Exteriors, interiors, and everything in between. Before & after pics are encouraged!
Join this Twitter Chat conversation on Wednesday, November 11 from 2 to 3pm EST by adding #KBTribechat to your tweets!
1.) What are the most popular design styles that your clients are asking for?
2.) Personalization is an important part of today’s kitchen & bath designs and drives the demand for mixing design styles. What are some tips to customize a space in order to provide your customer with their ideal design style combination?
3.) Modern farmhouse is the quintessential design style combination, but there are so many options in addition to that. Share some of your favorite design style combinations!
4.) Some materials are selected for aesthetic reasons, some are selected based on functionality and some for both! What are your go-to material combinations when designing kitchens & baths and why?
5.) Are there any trending materials or finishes that you think are here to stay?
6.) How does budget effect your ability to mix design styles and materials?
7.) How have current life/ work trends affected your client’s material selections?
From Timeless to Minimalist, we’re talking about the latest in kitchen design trends on Wed, June 17 at 2 pm eastern. Bring your favorite looks, layouts and ideas to the upcoming Twitter Chat hosted by GE Appliances.
Our KBtribechat questions:
Minimalist, Timeless, Modern. What look do you see in today’s kitchens?
What materials are you seeing used in kitchen design?
How are people customizing their kitchens?
How has technology impacted the look and feel of a kitchen?
What functional/practical trend are customers asking for in their design?
If you could start or reinforce one trend in kitchen design, what would it be?
We’re on the road again, taking the tribe to Las Vegas for a live chat from the annual NAHB International Builders’ Show® (IBS), the largest annual light construction trade show in the world. Only at IBS can you connect with thousands of your home building peers, industry experts and manufacturers to exchange ideas, discuss challenges and access real business solutions.
IBS will return to the Las Vegas Convention Center, Jan. 21–23, where it will again co-locate with the National Kitchen & Bath Association’s (NKBA) Kitchen & Bath Industry Show® (KBIS) for the 7th annual Design & Construction Week® (DCW). The two shows are expected to host more than 2,000 exhibiting brands spanning over a million net square feet of exhibit space, for the largest annual gathering of the residential design and construction industry.
Whirlpool Corporation (@WhirlpoolCorp) will be the official host for our annual in-person #KBTribeChat and networking event on Wednesday, January 22 at 11 a.m. PT/2 p.m. ET. Join us in the Whirlpool Corporation booth #C7548 for a discussion on the home building and design trends that will be IN and OUT in 2020.
As 2020 kicks off, it’s time to usher in a new year and decade of building and design trends. Whirlpool Corporation, the world’s leading manufacturer of major home appliances, develops and designs appliance innovations that are inspired by consumer insights and preferences in home design. Consumer focus fuels the company’s continued growth and strengthens its brand portfolio. As a result, Whirlpool Corporation is uniquely positioned, today and in the future, to deliver long-term value for homeowners and building industry professionals alike.
If you’re attending the show, come chat with us live at the Whirlpool Corporation booth #C7548 on Wednesday at 11am until noon to discuss the most prevalent home building and design trends, and what to expect for the year ahead. Attendees will get an exclusive tour of the Whirlpool Corporation booth as well as a special gift from the company’s KitchenAid brand. If you’re not at the show, you can still join the discussion by following the #KBTribeChat hashtag!
To prepare for the discussion, here are our KBtribechat questions:
1. What new kitchen design trends are most popular today? What do you expect to see more of in 2020?
2. How are generational preferences influencing home building and design?
3. From high-end, luxury homes to small space living, what home styles are on the rise?
4. What colors and finishes do today’s homeowners want the most – and which ones have declined over the years?
5. Where do you think laundry room design headed?
6. Name one design trend you hope to see more of in 2020!