The Consumer Product Safety Commission sent shock waves through the U.S. earlier this week with the suggestion that it could tighten regulations or even ban new gas stoves as soon as this year. What would an all-electric future mean for the design industry?
Skipp joins a growing group of tech-powered startups looking to ease the pain of remodeling projects. Focusing only on kitchens, the company comes with a twist: Much of its initial design work is performed by artificial intelligence.
The newly launched Form Kitchens seeks to offer showroom-quality cabinetry at a fraction of the cost. BOH spoke to the company’s founder, Danny Soos, about his vision for the brand, the difficulties of building trust as an online-only retailer, and how he’s trying to court the trade.
Citing a “catastrophic server failure,” the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show announced that it would be suspending the exhibitor aspect of its virtual show and issuing refunds to exhibiting brands as well as attendees who purchased expo-only passes.
Copenhagen, Denmark-based brand Reform collaborates with design world stars to make affordable kitchen cabinetry. The company’s co-founder Michael Andersen tells Business of Home about its expansion plans for the U.S. market.
With 2021 trade shows on hold, Kohler is testing the waters of virtual programming, hosting a February summit called Kohler@Home. Can a digital version of the brand’s tactile product make the same splash?