The Kitchen/Bath Industry Show held at Chicago's McCormick Place conference center in April brought together wholesalers, manufacturers, manufacturers reps, architects, interior designers and builders to discover the latest in fixtures, finishes and fashion for the kitchen and bath. Here are a few of the people and products seen there. More coverage will follow in future issues of SUPPLY HOUSE TIMES.
Gerber Plumbing Fixtures introduced the Pomeroy lavatory faucet, designed to make a style statement in the powder room. Its shape is both contemporary and traditional. With a one-piece body and single-hole mount for installation, the faucet is available in a single-handle configuration, in chrome and brushed nickel finishes.
PSCBath presented its Ghost pedestal lavatory at K/BIS. Its name derives from its translucent, vaporous appearance. It is lit from the inside with LED lights. The basin is made of acid-resistant steel and the lights are hidden inside a cylinder.
Acryline USA offers different bathing experiences. Choose from a tub with health masseur channel technology for an intermediate to intense massage, aqua masseur injection technology for a gentle to intermediate massage, or the “ultimate system” that combines both. For more information, visit www.acrylineusa.com
Delta Faucet Co. showed its Urban Collection™ of kitchen, bath and shower faucets, designed for city spaces. Pictured is the widespread version of Rhythm, here in chrome as a lavatory faucet. The design brings an Asian influence and a lyrical quality to the bath, the company said. It is offered in a variety of lavatory configurations.