The 24-Hour Kitchen and Bath

Meredith Comes Up With Some Design Ideas

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CHICAGO ( -- Meredith Corp. and the National Kitchen and Bath Association produced the 2006 Design Idea Center at the Kitchen/Bath Industry Show and Converence on April 20-23 at McCormick Place. Five of Meredith's major consumer publications occupied a portion of the 10,000-square-foot booth space that unveils trends based on one overriding theme: "The 24-Hour Kitchen and Bath." Above, left: Steve Levinson, executive director, Meredith Home Solutions; Natalie Black, senior VP-general counsel, Kohler; and Stephen M. Lacy, president-chief operating officer, Meredith. Above, right: Mr. Lacy addresses the crowd.

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Above, left: Deb O'Connor, manager-public relations and events, KitchenAid; Michael Brownstein, senior VP, Meredith; and Cathy Brownstein. Above, left: Stephen Levinson; Kim Craig, marketing manger, KraftMaid; and Stephen Lacy.

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Above, left: Nancy Weber, chief marketing officer, Meredith; Karen Walker, co-Midwest manager, 'Traditional Home'; and Pam Daniels, publisher, 'Traditional Home.' Above, right: Greg Philby, executive editor, 'Midwest Living'; Gayle Butler, 'Better Homes and Gardens' special interest publication editorial director; and Lauren Wiener, VP, Meredith Interactive.

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Above, left: Mr. Lacy; National Kitchen and Bath Association CEO Michael Kelly; and Mr. Levinson. Above, right: Bill Shaner, home category manager, 'Better Homes and Gardens'; Jan Studin, publisher, 'Better Homes and Gardens'; Vince Achey, VP-marketing and sales, Plain & Fancy Custom Cabinetry; Robert Lebowitz, New York manager, 'Midwest Living'; Crister Larson, account manger, 'Midwest Living'; and Sherry Qualls, president, WhiteGood & Co. Advertising.

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