CHICAGO - Five kitchen cabinetry firms will debut collections during the Chicago Design Summit, a one-day, trade-only, residential design summit for interior design, architecture and luxury custom home building. It takes place September 14 at the Merchandise Mart in Chicago.

It will be set inside LuxeHome, a large collection of premier boutiques for home building and renovation. Located on the first floor of the mart, LuxeHome has more than 125,000 square feet of showroom space featured in over 35 boutiques. where

The new kitchen cabinet collection debuts include:

Antoniolupi & Ernestomeda Chicago, Suite 128
Ernestomeda ‘OBLIQUA’ is an elegantly styled, innovative kitchen that takes its name from the distinctive oblique shaping of its doors and tops. Its solid volumes and the beauty of the combinations of finishes give it modernity and appeal.

Plain & Fancy By Dandamudi’s, Suite 142
Taliesan Display, by senior designer Brandy Cohen, features an inset-door style with a custom finish, walnut interior drawers, and a framed-glass door with a stained-oak finish. LED lighting strips illuminate this beautiful, transitional look.


Poggenpohl, Suite 138
Poggenpohl + Stage is a place that can be equipped solely to suit personal habits, preferences and interests, which has many flexible planning and integral solutions. With this concept, Poggenpohl offers individuality and embraces the changing demands on the home environment. Flexibility and distinctiveness are becoming increasingly important and the individual functional areas created by +STAGE dissociate to form separate elements.

Scavolini Store Chicago, Suite 110
The Motus project by Scavolini, designed by Vittore Niolu, brings together function and entertainment. Marks of distinction include the asymmetric opening of the door with no handle, the unique interpretation of the glass door, the geometry of the shaped drawer, the new island and peninsula units; and the sophisticated chromatic range of the elements (gloss and matte lacquer, or melamine with matching finishes) proposed in a line dedicated to today’s most popular colors.

Studio Snaidero Chicago, Suite 140       
Contemporary living trends call for compact, shared spaces that are bright and open, freely configured interiors with no functional constraints, and new levels of environmental quality. Snaidero’s Board is a modern kitchen design that complies with these new aesthetic and functional requirements: a flexible and highly customizable solution that can adjust to any space.


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