Apr 22, 2013

What's new for kitchens?

For kitchen design, new technology and products are essential.  From flooring to appliances, and certainly faucets and lighting, here are some of the new products you should consider:

Multi-functional is in: The sleek, architectural design of a Poggenpohl kitchen system creates seamless transitions across all functions. Work stations and dining stations complement beautifully, making for a cohesive, integrated space. 

You will be so captivated by the lighting feature in this Miele's range hood that you may forget that the unit is, in fact, a state-of-the-art venting system. Select a single, glorious hue, or set a timer to alternate among colors at specific time intervals

Step aside, granite. Glass is finally getting its due as a strong, practical, and durable kitchen surface that lends itself beautifully to customization. Choose a pattern, specify opacity and thickness, add color—and even LED lights—for a look that's all your own

The "Entertainer" stainless steel sink from Lenova allows it to transition effortlessly from a basic, workaday sink to a high-performing food prep station and wet bar. When not in use, simply pop in the precision-cut cutting boards for extra counter space galore.