As we look ahead to 2015, we are seeing a return to classic styles incorporating many green concepts which give your space a personality all its own.
Whether you are looking to update your bath, kitchen, or cabinet hardware, the use of natural materials like stone, wood, metal and glass, represent a green-conscious approach that lends itself well to organic design.
We are fortunate to work with an amazing collection of vendors that cater to the 2015 trends for an earthy-contemporary approach to your home or commercial project. Some of our favorites include Lunada Bay, AKDO, Porcelanosa and Island Stone, Each vendor has products that fall within a varied budget range allowing your project to reflect your unique look and personality.
We are extremely proud of the sales team we have created. We have over 100 years of experience among us. Several of our salespeople have been with IBT for 20 plus years; many are ASID designers who have specialized in kitchen and bath design. We invest very heavily in educating our design team with weekly product knowledge meetings – highlighting new trends in the market place and industry standards. We also have an ongoing program that sends our sales professionals to vendor factories so they may experience first-hand the benefits and value of the products they are selling.
Our sales associates are diverse in terms of personal taste and style – no matter who you work with you will have a knowledgeable professional who will ensure that your project is within budget, delivered on time, and a look that is refined according to the customer’s specific taste and needs. Our sales team also happily insert themselves in the job working with your contractor, designer or architect ensuring that the job runs smoothly and on time.
If you are building a new home or planning a remodel in 2015 allow us to help you tell your story. Share your vision, budget and ideas with us and allow our designers to go to work. We would be delighted to take on your project large or small. We promise you will not be disappointed!
Wishing you and yours a Happy 2015!