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  1. How Homeowners & Designers Shop for Kitchen Products - Phase 2

    How Homeowners & Designers Shop for Kitchen Products - Phase 2

    This study includes two phases of reporting: Phase 1 conducted among 1,000 homeowners to determine how they are using big box stores, IKEA and other major sources for product purchase decisions for kitchen products. Phase 2 explores the homeowners' experience with designers, installers and contractors and also how professional kitchen designers are using big box stores. Learn More
  2. How Homeowners Shop for Kitchen Products - Phase 1

    How Homeowners Shop for Kitchen Products - Phase 1

    This study includes two phases of reporting: Phase 1 conducted among 1,000 homeowners to determine how they are using big box stores, IKEA and other major sources for product purchase decisions for kitchen products. Phase 2 explores the homeowners' experience with designers, installers and contractors and also how professional kitchen designers are using big box stores. Learn More
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    Kitchen Conversations: Exploring Online Discussions about Kitchens

    Consumers are moving to online platforms at lightning speed. Over three-quarters of U.S. adults use the Internet and Baby Boomers are the fastest-growing segment of Facebook users. Nearly 30% of online kitchen conversations relate to giving and getting advice on products and purchase recommendations. And if something needs fixing, or there's a question about installation, consumers are turning to the web for answers. This 63-page report utilizes the latest social media monitoring and reporting tools to explore 1,800 online conversations related to kitchen faucets, refrigerators, dishwashers, cooking appliances, ventilation and cabinets. Learn More
  4. 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

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