February 04, 2020
KCMA ESP Certified Kitchen
Homeowners today work hard to make their homes places they can be proud of. This means filling it with love, laughter, light and products that don't negatively impact the environment. When homeowners look to buy, build or remodel, they try to make sure that all of the furniture and installations in their houses are as environmentally responsible as possible, and that includes their kitchen cabinets. That's why homeowners have started looking for the KCMA ESP Seal.
January 28, 2020
KBIS Booth
KCMA was excited to once again exhibit at KBIS, which took place January 21st – 23rd in Las Vegas. Our booth was located in the south hall, which was a great spot for attracting many attendees who passed by who were able to learn more about the exciting programs we have to offer. It was an honor to share the floor with so many different types of businesses, and to see the new and exciting developments in the Kitchen and Bath Industry.
January 20, 2020
KCMA
The Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association regularly tracks what's going on in the cabinet industry - check out our latest post below for the latest updates:
January 14, 2020
NARI
Check out a guest post from KCMA's partner, the National Association for the Remodeling Industry below:
January 07, 2020
KCMA ESP

There are many different definitions of Environmental Sustainability that exist today. www.businessdictionary.com defines it as “The maintenance of the factors and practices that contribute to the quality of environment on a long-term basis.” www.economicshelp.org says that “Environmental sustainability is concerned with whether environmental resources will be protected and maintained for future generations.” www.environmentalscience.org says that “Sustainability looks to protect our natural environment, human and ecological health, while driving innovation and not compromising our way of life.”

All different definitions, but all with a very common thread – that environmental sustainability looks to ensure the continued existence of our environment and natural resources while maintaining our current way of life and technological advancements. A feat that might seem impossible, but maybe just requires a dash of creativity and a heaping dose of determination.

December 23, 2019
KCMA
Happy new year from KCMA! We wanted to share one last industry update for 2019 to let you know what's been happening in the cabinet industry during the month of December.
December 17, 2019
KCMA
The Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association regularly tracks what's going on in the cabinet industry - check out our latest post below for the latest updates:
December 10, 2019
KCMA ESP

There is a rapidly growing demand by consumers and home builders for products that are manufactured by organizations with environmentally responsible and sustainable processes. As such, there has been a steady increase in the number of environmentally-approved certification programs for different products within the home – be it furniture, flooring, walls, roofing or even cabinets. With so many different certification programs available these days, it is difficult to determine which one fulfills the requirements consumers and home builders are looking for.

THE KCMA ESP SEAL COVERS ALL THE BASES

December 03, 2019
KCMA
Here at the Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association, we’re always on the look out for up and coming trends. Check out our post below for a round-up of kitchen design trends we can expect to see next year:
November 19, 2019
KCMA

The Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association regularly tracks what's going on in the cabinet industry - check out our latest post below for the latest updates:

DESIGNERS SHARE THEIR FAVORITE KITCHEN CABINET LOOKS

Houzz sat down recently with a panel of its designers and architects to discuss the cabinet looks they've been adding to recent projects. Here is what they had to say:

  • Two-tone color schemes - white for uppers and a blue or green for lowers
  • Shaker style - this style continues to be popular due to its timeless nature
  • Low profile hardware - thin handles and pulls that are routed into the tops of cabinets provide a clean look compared to knobs

Open shelving - designers and architects have been seeing multiple requests to replace upper cabinets with open shelving for a less-complicated design.