Individualize Everything Trend

The AGA "Build Your Own" Range Program Highlighted At KBIS 2016

Excerpt from: Appliance Trends: Show Focuses On Colors, Cooking Times By Karen Schwartz
Published by The Journal Times, April 26, 2016

AGA At KBIS 2016LAS VEGAS (AP) — Whether you’re Paleo, vegan or something in between, today’s luxury kitchen appliances are designed to let you individualize everything from color to cooking method.

“There’s a paradigm shift to personalization in the kitchen,” said Christopher von Nagel, president and chief executive officer of BSH Home Appliances Corp. North America.

BSH, which makes the Bosch, Gaggenau and Thermador brands, and more than 500 other exhibitors showed off their wares at this year’s three-day Kitchen and Bath Industry Show, held in Las Vegas. Walking through the crowd of more than 100,000 dealers, builders, architects, designers and suppliers, it became apparent that anyone shopping for a new kitchen should be prepared to make a lot of decisions, because the choices are overwhelming.

Among the highlights:


AGA City 24 Cast Iron LemonWhile there’s still plenty of stainless, colored appliances are back in a big way.

Aga, owned by Middleby Corp., advertised a five-step “build your own” range with a choice of fuel types; options for two-, three-, five- or seven-oven configurations; and 15 enamel finishes, including British racing green, pistachio, duck-egg blue, aubergine and heather. One matching collection included a range, vent hood, dishwasher and refrigerator in dark red. For more details on AGA products, click here.

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