Booth display at KBIS 2013

Booth display at KBIS 2013
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We displayed our product at the KBIS (Kitchen & Bath Industry Show) and hadn't been an exhibitor for over 10 years. Our booth was 10' x 20' and had to represent our four main lines of cabinetry & closet products. We started with a cardboard mock-up to give us a sense of the space.
Booth display at KBIS 2013
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The booth had four columns; one in each corner. This is one of the column base units, which will support a triangular-shaped section with video and computer screens.
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One of the top column sections under construction.
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Renee, our resident artist, uses her talent to hand-paint a unique art treatment for each of the upper sections on the columns.
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Each of the upper sections of the four columns were designed to hold a video and computer touch-screen. The large vertical opening was the access panel to the electronics inside and would be covered with a graphics panel.
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We constructed the entire booth in our plant, before the show, to ensure that all the pieces fit and everything worked as it was supposed to.
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We selected a granite top from Northwest Stone Fabricators in Redmond, WA, for one of the booth displays.
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The set-up crew has arrived in New Orleans!
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The carpeted area is our 10' x 20' booth. We now had to find our pallets and crates!
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The booth is all set up and we're ready for the show to begin.
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The colorful, "850" graphic panel was to represent our Colors by Canyon Creek paint program, with over 850 colors to choose from.
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The inside of the rectangular header around the booth featured photos to represent the 100+ door styles that are standard to Canyon Creek.
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This toekick area shows the detail of inset cabinetry and the decorative accents.
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Our booth showcased our product lines and a wide range of capabilities. Computer touch-screens and video screens in each of the four columns were full of info and photos, about our facility, people, service and product.
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The Artisan 6 "wire brushed" distressing package (on rustic alder) was very popular.
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Base cabinet roll-outs are sure handy to get to the items in the back.
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These are shots of our Closets Plus display. Closets Plus is available in wood and melamine. This is cherry in a Cayenne stain.
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Tight joinery is the only way to turn a corner.
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This "applied molding" panel wrapped around the base of the corner columns...A really tricky build that looked amazing when it was finished!
“The detail” — haroldwoods1
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Looking from the outside in. The triangular-shaped columns and header graphics defined the footprint of the booth.
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Our Closets Plus display featured angled shoe shelves with oil-rubbed bronze "fences" that create the feeling of a boutique in your closet.
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Our Closets Plus display featured the Kennedy door style, named after Paula Kennedy CMKBD, one of our favorite designers.
“love the faces of these doors” — chenoahaluptzok
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Our Closets Plus line has a big selection of organizational options to customize to your belongings. For example, shallow drawers with velvet-lined jewelry trays help organize earrings, hair clips and other accessories.
“Storage” — donnagmoller
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Our environmental graphics panel represented our "green" story. We had video that portrayed the different ways in which we recycle our products and waste stream, and practice sustainable manufacturing.
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Our Katana display features frameless cabinetry at a budget price. This is the Trinity door style in Driftwood TSS up top (and wine rack), and the Apollo door style in maple on the bottom.
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The Katana display featured vertical lift doors for a contemporary look.
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