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So What Is KBIS?

If you follow Bella Domicile on Facebook or Instagram, you’ll know we recently attended KBIS (pronounced “k-biz” to those in the industry). KBIS stands for the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show. It is the only trade event and conference in the kitchen and bath industry to focus exclusively on all things related to residential kitchen and bath design.

Appealing to Generation Y Home Buyers

When putting your home on the market, appealing to potential buyers - any buyers - is of utmost importance. Presenting your home in a way that shows it has been well-cared for and updated over the years are things that anyone walking through will notice. Fresh paint, new countertops, or updated flooring are things a buyer of any age can appreciate. There are, however, things that can be done to appeal to a younger generation in particular, those in Generation Y (aka Millennials).


What Is Contemporary Design?

The term contemporary can seem like a buzzword thrown around these days, especially in the design world. Contemporary? What does that even mean? Is it any different from modern? And how does it differ from traditional design?


It may seem like the term “contemporary” to describe design styles has been around for a while, because, well, it has. Contemporary design is ever-changing, encompassing the trends of the moment.


What is Traditional Cabinetry?

With so many different design styles, it can be hard to narrow your preferences down to one, or even to differentiate between them. What draws you to these cabinets over those ones? Why does the style of that kitchen call out to you but another ones don't? Is it just the color you admire, or something more? At Bella Domicile, our designers often suggest that clients come prepared with images of spaces they love to help sort through a client’s likes and dislikes for their kitchen remodel. .


Bella Domicile Participates in Local Charity Makeover

In 2016, we were excited to partner with Design for a Difference Madison to assist a local nonprofit called The Rainbow Project. Design for a Difference was founded by the International Design Guild as the first ever community-driven design movement that brings together local showrooms, designers, and businesses to makeover much needed spaces for local charities.


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