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  1. 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
  2. Millennial Home Buyers & Their Kitchens

    Millennial Home Buyers & Their Kitchens

    Based on data 300 Millennial homeowners (ages 21 to 35) who bought a home in the past two years. This report provides data about the attitudes and thinking of younger consumers around the kitchen, and highlights the differences between Millennials and older generations in the role of kitchen played in the home buying process.
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  3. 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
  4. 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

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