New Holland, Pa. – Rutt HandCrafted Cabinetry, cabinet design innovators and the manufacturer of upscale custom cabinetry since 1951, has teamed up with leading cabinet hardware supplier Hafele America Co. for the creation of two very innovative displays which showcase the latest in kitchen modernization and functionality. The displays will make their debut during the 2012 Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS) April 24-26 in Chicago, Ill. in booth 1261.
Fumed Textured Veneer + The Latest in Cabinet Color and Design Trends + Modern Hardware = Possibly the Most Unique Displays You Will Ever Experience!
By combining both form and function, the Rutt displays being showcased in Hafele America’s trade show booth promise to deliver design inspiration to all those in attendance. Through the use of intelligent hardware technology, Rutt has designed each display with many cutting-edge features aimed at creating a better living environment for the consumer. Lifestyle-enhancing highlights include on-demand interiors that become hidden when not required; interior and task LED lighting; Hafele’s new Frontino sliding door hardware and Harmon Kardon’s Maestro Kitchen, the world’s first integrated sound system for the kitchen that uses the cabinet doors as speakers. The material and finish palettes chosen include high gloss white acrylic, graphite grey paint, and fumed Siberian Larch textured veneer.
“We are elated and honored to have been selected by Hafele as one of the featured cabinetry suppliers for their tradeshow booth this year”, states business development manager and lead display designer, Jason Artus. “Our vision at Rutt is to provide the design community with the most innovative and functional cabinet solutions so they may in turn create spaces that truly integrate family and social activities with the various culinary work centers. The collaboration between our two companies has resulted in what we believe to be two amazing displays.”
Source: Rutt HandCrafted Cabinetry
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