KBIS 2010 Live Events

If you can’t make it to the Kitchen And Bath Industry Show this year you may want to check out these live streams from the show floor.

Fisher & Paykel

Fisher & Paykel has a full range of programming scheduled including: appearances from America’s Test Kitchen’s founder Christopher Kimball, Chef Demos with Celebrity Chef Tim Creehan, and multiple virtual tours showcasing the newest innovative products from Fisher & Paykel and DCS Appliances.

Kitchen and Bath Design News

Another way to keep up with what is happening at the show is through KBDN Radio. Senior editor John Filippelli will be providing daily updates live from the show floor in a series of podcasts.

Additionally, KBDN will be covering the KBIS Show live, through its Satellite Media Tour, hosted by KBDN editor Janice Costa. The Satellite Media Tour will start its broadcast live from the Broan booth at 6:30 a.m. on Friday, April 16.

K+BB online

As the exclusive sponsor of KBIS, K+BB TV will go behind the scenes to showcase the new and innovative product launches from the show. K+BB  will also conduct on-air interviews with some of the most influential leaders in the industry.

KBIS 2010

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0 Replies to “KBIS 2010 Live Events”

  1. Such a fan of Barbara Barry and her vision for introducing fresh product lines. The subtle detail used in case goods, lighting, tile and fixtures lend a timeless appeal and an easy elegance that is desired by many of our clients.
    So glad that you included photos directly from the show. The first image (Robern line)shows a Robern drawer front and gives viewers a glimpse at the iridescent quality not captured in most photos. Thanks for the post –

    1. I got lucky with the Robern finish coming out. I thought it would be good to show the electric plug that is for the lights. There is no switch for the light so when designing the bathroom it would be good to make the outlet switched so you can turn the light off if you don’t want it always on.

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