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"Kohler’s enormous booth at the entrance to the KBIS hall featured dozens of Home Cabinets products, many of them new. We really liked this contemporary take on the traditional farmhouse sink, with horizontal banding across the front. Called Whitehaven Hayridge, it retails for $1,899.Ventana Construction LLC1A new feature that will be available with several of Kohler’s faucets, including the new hands-free Sensate faucet, is something the company calls Sweep technology. Instead of the water coming out of the faucet in a circular pattern, it comes out from opposing angles, creating a “blade” of water that sweeps away debris. The Sweep spray option will be available starting March 15, 2014.Ventana Construction LLC2Rohl’s Waterside Apron Front Sink has a bowed front, which provides more sink space without encroaching too much on the rest of the kitchen. It’s fireclay and handmade in England; no two are exactly alike, so make sure to have it on hand when you do your cabinet and counter templates.Ventana Construction LLC2The other Rohl sink that turned heads was this 16-gauge copper-infused stainless steel model. It is very solid and has a sound-deadening material applied to the outside as well. It’s a nice alternative to standard stainless steel.Ventana Construction LLCExploring Caesarstone’s booth, Home Cabinets which was a collaborative effort with Bosch and Thermador, we found this bit of kitchen eye candy: a battered and polished steel countertop that was seamed into a sink. (I’m guessing it’s a Kallista in a polished distressed finish). The booth was designed by Mick DeGiulio, who does a line of sinks for Kallista, and it was one of the most interesting uses of materials we saw in the whole show.Ventana Construction LLCThe Viking booth was cooking! There were so many people packed into the space, you had to muscle your way in to see the 50 new products, including a line of ovens that comes in retro colors. With minimalist details and high-tech interiors, Home Cabinets these new ovens are on the cutting edge. Ventana Construction LLCViking’s French-Door Oven got a lot of attention for its single-hand operation. (How nice also not to have to lean over the open door to put things in!) This oven has Vari-Speed Dual Flow Convection and a host of other features, including an extremely fast preheating time, so you can get cooking faster. Not surprisingly, the French-Door Oven received the KBIS People’s Choice Award. Retail price: $7,549.Ventana Construction LLC1Dacor took oven technology a step further with its new Discovery IQ line of ovens (available now for $7,399). The double ovens run on Android technology, allowing control of the oven from the touchscreen. Dacor displayed a prototype for their new 48-inch dual-fuel range, which also has the Discovery Home Cabinets IQ technology. It’s expected to go into production this summer with a suggested retail price of $11,999. Ventana Construction LLC2At Liebherr, we were intrigued by some of the little things that make the products great. A new feature of this undercounter wine cooler: no handles. A light touch in the upper left corner opens it just a smidgen. If you meant to open it, go right ahead. If you didn’t, it will reclose automatically. The cooler will be available in May at a price to be determined. Liebherr also has a solution for homes not plumbed for ice makers: a refillable reservoir that Home Cabinets funnels into the freezer and, when the ice tray is full, is a convenient source for chilled water. Ventana Construction LLCLiebherr has a nice variety of diminutive wine coolers, but don’t be fooled. That unit on the upper left is actually a humidor.Ventana Construction LLCThink hardware is boring? Tell that to the mobs descending on Richelieu’s booth. People were busy opening and closing every piece of cabinetry in the place to see how the specialty hardware works. This may look like an ordinary cabinet drawer, but it’s controlled by a computer, so it opens and Home Cabinets closes in concert with adjacent drawers, so there are no collisions. The device that makes it happen is called Sensotronic. Ventana Construction LLCTucked at the back of the cabinet is a small computer that can control up to 12 drawers at a time. This extremely cool technology comes at a high price: around $700 per drawer if you max out the computer. Ventana Construction LLCAn interesting trend we hadn’t seen before: laser-etched solid-surface counter materials. One of Cambria‘s slabs was adorned with an elaborate design and installed vertically. Room divider? Shower wall? There are lots of opportunities for something like this.Ventana Construction Home Cabinets LLCCaesarstone covered its podium with an alligator-patterned slab. It will be interesting to see if this look becomes popular this year.Ventana Construction LLCThe Caesarstone booth Home Cabinets also showed its Concetto line of materials. The line includes 15 kinds of semiprecious stones hand selected and fabricated into slabs. Many of them can be backlit to highlight the colors. Here, Concetto in Tiger Eye is installed above a stove. Since the stones are semiprecious, this puppy comes at a premium price. Ventana Construction LLCThis terrazzo countertop, seen at the Ultimate Kitchen exhibit at the Professional Builder’s Show Village, included something we hadn’t seen before — a slice of a bottle included in the countertop. This is Home Cabinets simple enough to do and would be a nice touch for the top of a wet bar or in a tasting room."