Despite some technical difficulties, manufacturers continued to share recent product debuts at the 2021 Kitchen & Bath Industry Show in early March. Forbes asked six industry experts about their favorite products. Alena Capra, interior designer and SoFlo Home Project TV Host, said Rev-A-Shelf’s new Maxx Drawer maximizes drawer space during a time when more Americans are focusing on home organization. The drawer features two pull-out organizers with the ability to customize. CEO of Savour Partnership Leslie Carothers said Screen Innovations’ Zen Outdoor Shades help homeowners expand their square footage while providing completely covered outdoor area.
Carothers also liked these products:
BlueStar by Design customized appliances
LG's WashTower stacked laundry set with accessible controls (See full details below.)
“Wellborn’s Workflow with Flair concept was brilliant – a five-foot-long self-contained, super-organized office space that could fit in a closet, in a niche in a bedroom or on a wall in a hallway. Kitchen organizers like spice racks and cutlery drawers are repurposed to hold office supplies, while a shelf can provide a seated or standing laptop area. There’s even a fold down door shelf that tucks everything out of sight when not in use to keep the workspace private.”
Costa also liked these products:
Forza’s 48” Professional Gas Range with multicultural cooking versatility and dramatic styling.
Sharp’s IoT Easy Wave Open Microwave Drawer Ovenith sleek style, versatile cooking modes, hands-free voice control and Amazon connectivity.