• New Products Displayed at the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show 2013

    Osborne Wood ProductsOn April 19th, 20th, and 21st Osborne Wood Products took part in the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show (KBIS) held at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, Louisiana. The Osborne Marketing and Customer Service staff came to New Orleans with various items to display at the show. In addition to the kitchen island legs, hand carved corbels, cabinet and furniture feet, and molding, Osborne also gave visitors a firsthand look at new products. In the center of the Osborne booth visitors found a large dining size table (one of Osborne’s brand new product offerings) covered with products just recently released or scheduled to be released very soon. New products exhibited at the show included: two new dining table legs– the Davenport (Part #1191) and Blackburn (Part #1192); a new Island leg– the Weyburn (Part#2725); new Pedestal Table Kits; Table base kit skirting additions– Rope and Dentil profile skirting; and Full Table Kits: includes legs, skirting, and table tops.

    In addition to giving visitors a firsthand look at the brand new products, Osborne met with customers and visitors to gain insight, opinions, and suggestions for the company. The Osborne staff met to discuss these ideas and suggestions, and plan on implementing new ideas suggested at the show. In fact, more new items have been added to the Osborne DIY Kitchen Islandline since the 2013 KBIS show! Check out the New Product Page for a full listing of these brand new designs.

    Osborne staff also met with customers at the KBIS show. They stopped by the Legacy Crafted Cabinets booth to take a look at their fantastic display. Do those island legs look familiar? Legacy Crafted Cabinets of Pennsylvania used two of Osborne’s Square Mission Island Legs (Part #1445) to complete the design. As you can see from the photo, the booth looked great!

    Osborne Wood Products would like to thank everyone who stopped by our booth at the KBIS show. We greatly appreciate the ideas and suggestions you gave to us. Thank you for letting us know how we are doing and helping us to continually improve. We love meeting with you and hope you will come and see us at our next show!

     

     

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