The annual Kitchen & Bath Association (KBIS) show is virtual this year and it takes place on Feb. 9-12.
Taking a look at some selected seminars scheduled for the 2021 KBIS Virtual show, there are several that focus on technology such as these classes:
Design Uncut: Smart Home Ecosystem sponsored by Control4
Smarthome tech evolves at a frantic pace. How do designers stay on top of what’s available AND worth sharing with clientele? Learn all that and more in this session.https://pavilionsessions.kbisconnect.com/view/event/wk05J
Design Uncut: Beautiful Tech sponsored by Crestron
Enhance the beauty of your designs with feature-rich technology that adds as much punch visually as it does functionally. Learn about brands and technologies that homeowners want, need, and should know about.
Design Uncut: Taking Life Outdoors
Learn how to extend a home’s usable square footage by adding functional environments outdoors that give homeowners a place to work, learn, cook, entertain, entertain, or simply relax.
Design Uncut: The 5th Room
Take previously un- or underused space and transform it! Learn how easy it can be to convert spare bedrooms into beautiful and highly-functional home offices, home theaters, e-learning, or exercise rooms.
To register for the KBIS Virtual event click here.
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