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New in the KB Home Showroom - August 2022

August 18th, 2022

New This Month

One of our main focuses here at KB Home is keeping our product offerings up to date to reflect the latest design trends; you can’t design timeless interiors for your clients without having all the best tools at your disposal! With over 50 globally sourced vendors constantly innovating we are frequently adding new collections to our shelves – offering everything from decadent natural stone to intricate glass mosaics.

Here’s a glimpse of what’s new at KB Home this August.

Photo courtesy of AKDO.


Composed of five classical colors, Amalfi porcelain draws inspiration from traditional Italian wall frescoes with its subtle textural finish. 

Photos and words courtesy of AKDO.


Available in a multitude of designs and soft shades, this ceramic collection complements both cool and warm decors of all design styles.

Photos and words courtesy of AKDO.


A character filled porcelain collection with a modern, weathered look – available in a variety of colors and geometric patterns.


Emersyn Lane is a tranquil, inviting collection of ceramic gloss and matte tiles that bring in a beautifully warm, casual vibe. Now available in two new colors, Nite and Lite, as well as a 12×12 mosaic.


Inspired by its older sibling, Mansion – this porcelain collection offers a unique parquet pattern in a variety of soft wood-grain shades. Modern, natural and simple.

Photos and words courtesy of AKDO.


A modern take on geometric patterns by renowned designer Jill Rosenwald – whimsical and chic.

Photos and words courtesy of AKDO.


This popular ceramic collection has been expanded to now include standard and large format porcelain tiles, designed with a subtly weathered, natural finish.


This porcelain collection evokes a modern, fashionable elegance – inspired by limestone sourced from the Iberian Peninsula.


A glass collection inspired by the blending of old-world handmade techniques with contemporary influences. Artfully designed to emit a shimmering effect.

Interested in learning more about any of the above-mentioned collections?