Dacor to Showcase its High-end Luxury Built-in Lineup at KBIS 2018

Jan 9, 2018

Dacor’s Lifestyle-oriented Luxury Built-in Lineup Will Feature Modernist and Heritage Collections to Inspire Creativity in the Modern Kitchen

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ORLANDO, FL – Dacor today announced that it will showcase its luxury built-in lineup, including its award-winning Modernist Collection, at the 2018 Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS) in Orlando, Florida from January 9th to 11th. This is the first year Dacor and Samsung are both attending the event since Dacor joined Samsung in 2016.

Dacor will be exhibiting in booth W1070, mainly displaying its Modernist Collection, which blends Dacor’s luxury aesthetics and premium features with Samsung’s advanced technology to create a suite of appliances that champion the affluent kitchen as the most important space to connect with family and friends and create unforgettable meals.

“Our high-end luxury built-in collection brings game-changing product innovations that transform the kitchen into a social hub,” said John Bacon, Vice President of Sales for Dacor. “Our partnership with Samsung further strengthens our ability to lead the industry by bringing outstanding innovations to the market.”

The Dacor booth will highlight four built-in kitchen packages based on four different lifestyle personas, displaying its game-changing Modernist Collection in three of the zones and the timeless Heritage Collection in the fourth zone. Each of the four exhibition zones is designed to give builders and designers inspiration on how the products can be tailored to fit different consumer lifestyles.

The Playground, the main highlight of the booth, will display the ideal kitchen for the host who enjoys serving a feast to their guests. Three cooking shows will be held at the exhibit each day to provide visitors an opportunity to fully immerse themselves in the lifestyle experience.

The Social Hub will show off a luxurious kitchen that is perfect for parties and catering events. Dacor will highlight the introduction of the Porcelain refrigerator that was designed in collaboration with a renowned porcelain artist.

The Creative Studio will showcase what luxury means for a compact kitchen space. The Open Invitation will showcase Dacor’s Heritage package, which has a more family-oriented and cozy feel.

Dacor will also exhibit its acclaimed panel ready 18”, 24”, 30” and 36” column refrigerators in a panoramic display in the Refrigerator Wall Zone.

Dacor’s booth will also display an art wall with 188 of the company’s visionary Illuminated Knobs that light up in ambient lighting. Next to it will be the CMF (Color, Material, Finish) Zone where visitors can learn about the key material art pieces from each of the four kitchens, such as Dacor graphite, art brushed metal, and signature knobs of the gas range.

For more information on Dacor, or to find a dealer, visit Dacor.com.


About Dacor

Dacor is a leading American luxury home appliance brand founded over 50 years ago and based in Southern California. The brand tirelessly pushes the boundaries of the modern kitchen by following the principles of TechCraft which meld advanced technology with the artistry of precision craftsmanship to improve performance, feed creativity, entice collaboration and invite experimentation.  Dacor believes the kitchen is primed for entertaining and togetherness, where the act of cooking and sharing meals helps to forge deeper, more meaningful connections.  The company offers a full suite of award-winning next generation creative tools, including ranges, cooktops, wall ovens, refrigeration, ventilation, wine preservation and dishwashers. For additional information, please visit Dacor.com or follow us on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn.


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