2015 IBS: Day 3 HighlightsBy Sam Tuttle, Marvin Windows
It’s hard to believe that the final day of the 2015 International Builders’ Show has come to a close!
Every year, and even day, is a different experience from the last, and it’s inspiring to see all of the passion and dedication within the home building industry. With new products and experiences around every corner of the show floor, Day 3 was no exception. Read on for our highlights from the final day of the IBS!
Modern Yet Traditional Kitchens
Sydney kitchen designer Kesha Pillay recently told Forbes that “[kitchen] designs that marry modern and traditional elements will be one of the most influential looks of 2015.” Electrolux was right on trend at their booth, showing off dreamy kitchen appliances that are as beautiful as they are functional.
Marvin’s Corner Lift & Slide door is just begging for a gorgeous summer day to let the outside in. When homeowners are looking for ways to make their rooms and spaces more versatile, Marvin’s door offerings provide a striking and easy way to go from indoors to the patio in one opening or closing of a panel. Image the possibilities in your home.
Want an array of stone options for your home? Look no further; Cambria came to IBS with all 122 of their designs on display. The booth featured interesting mixtures of texture and dimension for unique visuals. We’re inspired!
Professional Level Appliances
Inspired by professional chefs’ influence on consumers, the new GE Monogram French door wall oven offers consumers an extremely convenient and high-end cooking experience. The French door design is ideal for limited floor space, and users can stand closer to the oven when inserting and taking out items. And that’s not all, the Monogram French door wall oven is “the industry’s first French door wall oven that allows uses to control the oven’s functions remotely from their smartphones.”
The future of bathrooms is in spa-like relaxation. Delta’s Tesla Bath Collection strays from the “typical modern design,” incorporating rounded shapes and is the company’s first “joystick lavatory faucet.” Add the hands-free activation capabilities and visual temperature indicator, and you just might have the ultimate home bath.
Thanks to everyone who stopped by our booth at the 2015 International Builders’ Show! Head to Marvin.com to learn more about the products that we debuted on the show floor and what to expect from Marvin in 2015. The possibilities? They’re wide open.