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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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    Designers Talk Trends 2012

    Explores what professional kitchen designers are hearing from consumers regarding product preferences, design choices, overall kitchen layout, budgets, and other kitchen remodeling trends. 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
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    Kitchen Stories: Frustrations & Delights in the Kitchen

    Discover first-hand how people really live in their kitchens. This modified ethnographic study follows 26 adults in 12 households from across the country as they use their kitchens on a daily basis and share their frustrations and delights through diaries, photos and survey responses. The goal of the study was to give kitchen product manufacturers a new perspective on opportunities for innovation and product development. Learn More

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