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April 18th, 2010 § 2 Comments

Brizo Panel Discussion, Form that Functions
Left to right: Janice Costa, Jason Wu, Judd Lord, Cheryl Kees Clendenon

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Here are highlights from the Brizo Panel Discusion held at KBIS 4/17/10, Chicago. Read what’s trending: 
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@InDetailSays,@brizofaucet, #kbis2010,, Brizo RSVP faucet. Judd sees trend toward less visual clutter and #JasonWu agrees

@InDetailSays,@brizofaucet, #kbis2010,, #jasonWu finds that fashion is iinforming many industries including #k&b industry through color, texture & especially technology !



RT @brizo: #Jason Wu on success: design philosophy is qual. vs quantity; creates things relevant for the next 20 years. #KBIS panel



RT @saintpetepaul RT @brizo #JasonWu: “Color and texture – that’s all we do in so many ways.” Sees more mixing than streamlining. #KBIS



Not surprising: #Blogger19 rocks! RT @saintpetepaul: @Modenus: @InDetailSays is bringing down the house at Brizo panel discussion.



RT @brizo: #Jason Wu on success: design philosophy is qual. vs quantity; creates things relevant for the next 20 years. #KBIS panel



RT @AndieDay: @InDetailSays,@brizofaucet, Panel agrees that multigen design is relevant -sandwich gen may have adult child & parent home



RT @KitchAnn_Style: {Judd Lord} “There’s a trend for less visual clutter” in product design and home decor#KBIS #BRIZO



@cabinetgal1 @Kitchen_Sync Judd tweeting: Yes, in direct response to it. We are inundated with tech. We want to strip it away. #KBIS panel



RT @brizo: @indetailsays Many clients in her area want to be green but don’t want to bear the expense. #KBIS panel



RT @DebbieSchaeffer: Fabulous time at KBIS! It all started with keynote speaker Sergio Zyman focus on Scientific Marketing. Lots of…



RT @brizo: Jason Wu: fashion and home not two different worlds; designers have a lot in common. #KBIS panel



*grin* RT @brizo: @indetailsays Aging in place can be a touchy subject. Sometimes you phrase it as a recommendation and do it. #KBIS panel

Reports from KBIS: What’s new in sinks.

May 6th, 2009 § 3 Comments

Reports from the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show 2009 tell of a shift towards design trends that show cleaner and simpler lines that not only look good but are easy to maintain.

Case in point: A fundamental shift in sink and drain design.

Look! Kim and Aggie would be proud. No seams for bacteria to hide.

Affluence Seamless Sink is putting a spotlight on the drain opening of the kitchen sink.
The problem with drains is that they become dirty, pit, or rust over time with use.

The affluence seamless sink is seamless and easy to keep clean. No more unsightly plumbers putty, silicone, or seams, just pure smooth stainless steel. No more seams to collect water and debris that breed bacteria and germs. Affluence looks nice over time, since the downturn is a smooth transition and all parts are made of 100% solid 304 stainless steel.

Be sure to see the video at to see the garbage disposal installation.

18 gauge sink. Sink and strainer are made out of 304 stainless steel. The disposal splash guard is removable for easy cleaning.

Seamless beauty.
For more information, visit Affluence Seamless Sink.

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