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  1. Generation Y - In & Out of the Kitchen-Small

    Generation Y - In & Out of the Kitchen

    Explores the differences between Gen Ys and older consumers on attitudes, lifestyles and food habits as they relate to the kitchen. Learn More
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    Remodelers 360: How Americans Use Their Kitchens & Their Remodeling Experiences

    How are consumers using their kitchens? What are their design preferences and what do they want in their 'ideal' kitchen? Learn how U.S. consumers are using their kitchens and their experiences with remodeling. Learn More
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    And Baby Makes…A Crowded Kitchen: How Children Influence Kitchen Usage & Design

    The composition of the American household is changing and this is having an effect on what consumers want when remodeling or building their kitchen. This two-part study delves into how people with children view their kitchens and compares their needs, attitudes and remodeling plans to those with other family structures. Learn More
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    Top of the Line: Insights into Upscale Consumers & their Kitchens

    Organized. Well-equipped. Comfortable. Three words most frequently associated with describing the ideal kitchen among upscale consumers. What are these power-consumers looking for in their kitchens? How does differ among moderate, high-end and ultra high-end households? This 48-page report reveals insights from 1,087 U.S. consumers and compares results between households with varying incomes. Learn More
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    Kitchen Attitudes

    How are consumers feeling about their kitchens? How do they view their kitchen space and what influences their preferences?
    (File Formats Include: JPG, PDF & PPT) Learn More
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    How People Use Their Kitchens Today

    Besides eating, taking medication or vitamins is among the top activities by people do in their kitchens. When it comes to technology, use of computers in the kitchen has nearly doubled. Based on research conducted among 2,906 U.S. consumers, this 20-page report provides a unique look into how people are using their kitchens today. Learn More
  7. Kitchen Product Features – What’s Most Important

    Kitchen Product Features – What’s Most Important

    This study identifies which features are most important relative to other features when it comes to cabinetry, countertops, sinks, faucets, ranges, dishwashers, refrigeration, and ventilation. This 44-page report is based on 1,008 U.S. homeowners. Learn More
  8. Overcoming the 'Regret Factor': An Exploration of Ways to Encourage Homeowners to Spring for their Dream Kitchens

    Overcoming the 'Regret Factor': An Exploration of Ways to Encourage Homeowners to Spring for their Dream Kitchens

    In previous research, RICKI has consistently found a sizable minority of people who made a kitchen improvement in the past year who sa they would spend more if they had to do it again. This current research is based on data from multiple sources (150 professional kitchen designers, 1,000 U.S homeowners and a subset of 20 homeowners whohad remodeled their kitchen in the past 12 months and regret at least one aspect of the final project. This report provides data about actional ways to address the 'regret factor'. Learn More
  9. Opportunities in the Age of the Smart Kitchen

    Opportunities in the Age of the Smart Kitchen

    This study identifies what kitchen remodeling clients are demanding and the anticipated popularity of cutting-edge smart kitchen technologies, among 324 professional kitchen and bath designers and dealers. Learn More
  10. Cost of Doing Business for Kitchen and Bath Design Firms

    Cost of Doing Business for Kitchen and Bath Design Firms

    This study identifies business financial trends, along with marketing changes, among kitchen and bath designers and dealers who work with showrooms. Learn More

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