LAS VEGAS, Jan. 14, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Keeler® presents four new display concepts at the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show (KBIS) focusing on using different hardware styles and finishes on trending wood tones. These concepts provide a defined hardware assortment to complement different cabinet finishes for easier hardware selection.
One board is an interactive magnetic board, where visitors can test magnetic hardware parts on different wood vignettes. The other three concepts are various merchandising display concepts that are based on the idea of using different wood finishes while showcasing coordinating hardware on each vignette. Two boards are backlit with Keeler's Light Integrated Trim (L.I.T.), allowing them to stand out from the conventional concept boards in the market today. Visit the Keeler booth #N1969 at KBIS where they can personally share the new concept board introductions with you.
Keeler also has several new hardware collections on display, including three new decorative hardware families: Tresse', Nouveau, and Celtic. A new architectural door collection, Jamestown, is also on display.
Keeler's Best of KBIS entry entails the Acanthus collection; bringing one distinct decorative hardware design into a cohesive statement throughout the whole home. Providing ornamental leaf motifs to architectural doorknobs, passage and privacy, cabinet knobs and pulls, wall plates and table legs; the Acanthus collection delivers a complete set of designs to consistently stylize the home from floor to ceiling.
Expanding Keeler's existing decorative kitchen cabinet hardware offerings to door handles, wall plates, and more, allows consumers to have continuity in their decorative hardware throughout their homes. Broadening Keeler's merchandising options redefines the way hardware is presented in showrooms.
Since 1893, Keeler® has been crafting not just hardware, but pieces of art, heirlooms, and family treasures. Our living library of designs and finishes is referenced throughout the industry, and our accumulated expertise and specialized knowledge continue to shape the cutting edge of decorative hardware innovation.