Category: Trends

Customized Bathing

These digital controls take the guess work out of showering, allowing users to precisely set their preferred water temperature, flow rate and timings.

The Herb Kitchen

Kitchens with built-in herb gardens provide fresh-from-the-garden herbs for home-cooked meals.

Cook by Sovrappensiero Design Studio for Mamoli

At this year’s Salone del Mobile, Italian bathroom and kitchen fittings brand Mamoli will launch a new kitchen faucet called Cook.

Black Out

Matte black is a cross category color and texture trend that has been used on everything from cars to kitchenware. Used all over, matte black lends these furniture and lighting designs an air of sophisticated luxury.

Bathed in Color: Bathroom Trend

Brightening up the bathroom in an instant, these vibrant fittings offer a noncommittal way to add bright pops of color to the bathroom space. 

Contemporary Opulence

From Baroque-inspired bathroom furniture to quilted chrome faucets, these luxurious designs combine modern minimalism with old fashioned opulence.  

Hub of the Home

The most social room of the modern home is undoubtedly the kitchen. No longer just a space for cooking, the kitchen is now a place to interact with family and friends, creating a link between living and dining. In recent years kitchen designs have been adapted to better facilitate this with increasingly sophisticated kitchen islands. Allowing […]

Let’s Go Outside

In recent years, the concept of outdoor cooking has evolved from installing a simple grill in the back yard to creating complete al fresco kitchen and dining areas. These fully equipped spaces are now so luxurious that they easily rival the indoor kitchen and dining rooms. We round up five of the best examples on the […]

Shimmering Surface

These statement-making reflective metallic tiles create a bright and clean surface that’s perfect for kitchen, dining and even living spaces.

Tidy Tubs: Bathroom Trend

The trouble with many modern and minimalist bathroom concepts is that they overlook the sheer amount of products and accessories that accumulate in the bathroom. In magazine images, clean white surfaces are impossibly tidy with no trace of clutter. In reality, we need the surface space to store toiletries, the towels or even a little […]

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