48 min

184 – KBIS Show #1 The Chaise Lounge Podcast

    • Business

KBIS Show #1Today in The Lounge Nick interviews two designers and one vendor live from the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show (KBIS) in Orlando, Florida. First up, Nick chats with Nissan Ringel of Liteshelf, an innovative lighting solution for kitchen and closet areas. Then stay tuned for Nick’s interview with Kerrie Kelly of Design Lab. Learn about her new business 42nd Street Design and latest brand collaborations. Lastly, Nick receives a personal guided tour from designer Vanessa DeLeon of the kitchen she designed in collaboration with True Residential.Nissan Ringel- LiteShelfNew to KBIS, LiteShelf, is quite simply, a shelf that doubles as a light. Available in three versions, classic, floating and inset, LiteShelf provides even, shadow-free lighting ideal for closet areas and kitchens. It installs easily with adhesives or brackets. Most task light solutions have a single point light source that leaves behind dark spots and is harsh on the eyes. The even lighting offered by LiteShelf provides a calming, pleasant effect that you have to see to believe. LiteShelf is available through kitchen retailers or local dealers. For more information or to become a dealer visit www.liteshelf.com.  Kerrie Kelly- Brand Relationships and Custom FurnitureKerrie Kelly is the owner of Design Lab in Sacramento, California and custom furniture company 42nd Street Design. Available to the public as well as trade professionals, 42nd Street Design manufactures exclusive, custom created products that can not be purchased on Amazon or Wayfair. Their collection of case goods includes secretaries, bookcases, bar cabinets, and dressers. They also sell signature items and accessories specific to their local area of California. Brand relationships are an important component of Kerrie’s business. She continues to maintain her relationship with Brizo and Consentino and has welcomed her new relationship with Coyote Outdoor Living, Feizy rugs and Go Home. These are brands that she was already specified for her clients. Partnering with them brings forth another level to her specification allowing her to specify products that she had a role in designing.  Recently Kerrie was elevated to Fellow in ASID, a trade organization of which she has been an active and engaged member since her days as a student. ASID has given her training and support that not only has elevated her as a designer but has provided her with the education and resources needed for continued success. Kerrie advises designers to think about design on a global level, seek out continued educational opportunities, and to continue to be your authentic self. You can offer the most value to your clients when you are operating as the truest version of yourself. To connect with Kerrie visit her collaboration page, or sign up for her monthly newsletter on her website. You can also catch her in attendance at the Dallas Market – Jan 17 – 23 and  Las Vegas Market – Jan 28 – Feb 1Vanessa Deleon- Kitchen Tour with True ResidentialNick joins Vanessa DeLeon for a guided tour of the kitchen she designed for True Residential. Tune in with Nick, Vanessa, and Steve Proctor, the head of the Sales and Market Division at True, as they reveal their newest products on display at KBIS. All products are dual rated for indoor and outdoor use and are available in a variety of finish options. For more information or to build your own True custom appliance visit www.trueresidential.com .  Chaise Lounge UpdatesTo provide our listeners with the latest information from our week at KBIS, we will be dropping a new show, recorded live from the showroom floor, every two days. On our next show, Nick will be interviewing an up and coming designer, a seasoned professional, and another vendor. The Chaise Lounge will be at The Dallas Market for the first time on Jan 17-23.ResourcesBenjamin MoorePorcelanosaDesign Manager Universal FurnitureUpcoming EventsAtlanta Market – Jan 9 – 16Dallas Market – Jan 17 – 23Las V

KBIS Show #1Today in The Lounge Nick interviews two designers and one vendor live from the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show (KBIS) in Orlando, Florida. First up, Nick chats with Nissan Ringel of Liteshelf, an innovative lighting solution for kitchen and closet areas. Then stay tuned for Nick’s interview with Kerrie Kelly of Design Lab. Learn about her new business 42nd Street Design and latest brand collaborations. Lastly, Nick receives a personal guided tour from designer Vanessa DeLeon of the kitchen she designed in collaboration with True Residential.Nissan Ringel- LiteShelfNew to KBIS, LiteShelf, is quite simply, a shelf that doubles as a light. Available in three versions, classic, floating and inset, LiteShelf provides even, shadow-free lighting ideal for closet areas and kitchens. It installs easily with adhesives or brackets. Most task light solutions have a single point light source that leaves behind dark spots and is harsh on the eyes. The even lighting offered by LiteShelf provides a calming, pleasant effect that you have to see to believe. LiteShelf is available through kitchen retailers or local dealers. For more information or to become a dealer visit www.liteshelf.com.  Kerrie Kelly- Brand Relationships and Custom FurnitureKerrie Kelly is the owner of Design Lab in Sacramento, California and custom furniture company 42nd Street Design. Available to the public as well as trade professionals, 42nd Street Design manufactures exclusive, custom created products that can not be purchased on Amazon or Wayfair. Their collection of case goods includes secretaries, bookcases, bar cabinets, and dressers. They also sell signature items and accessories specific to their local area of California. Brand relationships are an important component of Kerrie’s business. She continues to maintain her relationship with Brizo and Consentino and has welcomed her new relationship with Coyote Outdoor Living, Feizy rugs and Go Home. These are brands that she was already specified for her clients. Partnering with them brings forth another level to her specification allowing her to specify products that she had a role in designing.  Recently Kerrie was elevated to Fellow in ASID, a trade organization of which she has been an active and engaged member since her days as a student. ASID has given her training and support that not only has elevated her as a designer but has provided her with the education and resources needed for continued success. Kerrie advises designers to think about design on a global level, seek out continued educational opportunities, and to continue to be your authentic self. You can offer the most value to your clients when you are operating as the truest version of yourself. To connect with Kerrie visit her collaboration page, or sign up for her monthly newsletter on her website. You can also catch her in attendance at the Dallas Market – Jan 17 – 23 and  Las Vegas Market – Jan 28 – Feb 1Vanessa Deleon- Kitchen Tour with True ResidentialNick joins Vanessa DeLeon for a guided tour of the kitchen she designed for True Residential. Tune in with Nick, Vanessa, and Steve Proctor, the head of the Sales and Market Division at True, as they reveal their newest products on display at KBIS. All products are dual rated for indoor and outdoor use and are available in a variety of finish options. For more information or to build your own True custom appliance visit www.trueresidential.com .  Chaise Lounge UpdatesTo provide our listeners with the latest information from our week at KBIS, we will be dropping a new show, recorded live from the showroom floor, every two days. On our next show, Nick will be interviewing an up and coming designer, a seasoned professional, and another vendor. The Chaise Lounge will be at The Dallas Market for the first time on Jan 17-23.ResourcesBenjamin MoorePorcelanosaDesign Manager Universal FurnitureUpcoming EventsAtlanta Market – Jan 9 – 16Dallas Market – Jan 17 – 23Las V

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