Perlick 30′ x 60′ Custom Trade Show Booth

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Exhibit Systems partnered with Perlick on building a new custom trade show booth for KBIS, re-purposing many of their currently owned exhibit structures. Perlick’s award-winning, luxury residential business focuses on refrigeration and freezer solutions throughout the home and for outdoor entertaining areas. Their new 30’x60’ exhibit was designed to feature six distinct vignettes that highlighted various indoor and outdoor product design styles in fully functioning displays integrated into realistic home settings. The new exhibit design boasted a series of unique house gable arches to delineate the vignettes while simulating a whole house setting to create a seamless visitor experience. The ceiling sections were left open to allow for dramatic theater lighting to accent and highlight the various home-themed vignettes. The focal point of the exhibit was the outdoor patio at the front to welcome visitors in and showcase stylish refrigeration options. The design approach and overall look and feel of the custom-built trade show display was calming, inviting, enjoyable, and provided a respite for visitors.
About the Show: KBIS is the premier kitchen and bath show in the U.S., attracting more than 90,000 design and construction professionals to see the latest trends and innovations.

Perlick is a national manufacturing leader in commercial bar and beverage systems, residential undercounter refrigeration and brewery fittings. Family owned since 1917 and headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Perlick Corporation is dedicated to providing innovative, quality customizable food and beverage storage and serving solutions.


30’ x 60’

  • Six distinct, open-framed vignettes highlighting indoor and outdoor products in fully functioning displays.
  • An outdoor patio at the front to welcome visitors in and showcase outdoor dining.
  • Greenery was interspersed throughout the display to add warmth and softness.
  • Re-purposed elements from currently owned exhibits