The best new products to refresh your kitchen and bathroom in 2021
Although minimalist metal fixtures and hard-edged industrial shapes have dominated many of our kitchens for years, softer forms and playful patterns can give a lighter appearance and instant personality.
It turns out that the initial design of this curvaceous pendant was technically very complicated, and its British bathroom mirror manufacturer manufacturer Original BTC put it on hold in 2001. Happily, after two decades of research and development, it returned this spring and rejuvenated with its simple shape and unglazed bone china tones.
This ventilation device was designed by Frederik Kurzweg for Normann Copenhagen and is made of three nested white perforated steel plates. Since each curved layer is rotated 180 degrees relative to the other layers, it appears to change shape when you move around the kitchen, restaurant, or bar.
If you have been curious about mycelium (the fibrous thread in mushrooms that have recently been used to grow sustainable building materials) but are hesitant to build your next house with fungi, please take the first place Step forward, use this fully biodegradable chandelier designer Danielle Trofe. Cup Light has a spongy texture (its shadow is formed by combining mycelium and hemp matrix), giving it a soft organic luster.
Luis Arrivillaga, a Guatemala-born and Milan-based industrial designer, borrowed Victor Vasarely's psychedelic op art when designing the eye-catching Dana pendant for Souda. The two black hemispheres of the shadow can be placed at will, resulting in infinite patterns.
The latest Foscarini pendant, designed by architects Ludovica and Roberto Palomba, has dimple tones and colors that are reminiscent of natural elements, and it feels like it was picked from a very chic asteroid belt. Choose the decoration that suits you from ink-colored gasoline, polished gold, or transparent finishes.
BuzziCone is a simple and sleek lighting design with three different shapes and a series of soft colors. The lampshade is made of BuzziSpace's proprietary BuzziFelt fabric, which has acoustic properties. Therefore, the design can not only illuminate the surrounding area, but also play a dual role of noise reduction, making it unique and suitable for our ever-changing contract and residential environment. Combine one or several together to make different design statements.
This soot rack from Ferm Living is an equivalent component of wall art and storage systems, allowing you to store kitchen essentials without compromising valuable counter space. Use its various nails, ledges and pockets to store or show off cookbooks, tools and gadgets.
This new steam, grill and convection oven from Fisher & Paykel saves space and calories (if you want). It is designed to cook without producing too much fat. Convenient presets eliminate guesswork, and the stainless steel interior is easy to clean.
This modular gas stove by Gaggenau is only 15 inches wide, small in space, but powerful, including 12 power levels and an indicator to indicate whether the burner is still hot. This series also provides induction cooker and iron grill plate.
Controlling smoke and odors in small spaces is essential, and Dacor's ultra-thin exhaust hood completes the work in a narrow shape. It is designed to exhaust air quietly and efficiently, and can automatically turn on immediately after you light the burner.
Samsung's new refrigerator series is expected to be extensively customized in color and configuration. Coming later this spring, the 24-inch version (shown here in white and navy blue) can switch between refrigerated and frozen modes, and the door can be hung on either side.
A small kitchen can still make room for convenience, and this does not necessarily mean washing dishes by hand, thanks to this slim dishwasher from Bosch. This ultra-quiet device is only 18 inches wide and is equipped with an optional third rack to adjust capacity.
De'Longhi's compact espresso machine provides all the functions of a barista in less than 10 inches of counter space. At the touch of a button, you can choose from 18 freshly ground, perfectly foamed coffee drinks.
If endless stainless steel starts to become a bit institutionalized, try a popular color to make your kitchen more individual. It is better when it comes from an unexpected place, such as an accessory you don't want to hide in a cabinet.
With these new elevated ceramic bowls from Vessel USA, you can transform the most monotonous countertops into pictures worthy of still life. We like this lively Mellow Yellow version, but it also has a more stable matte white.
This small pearl-shaped container from Brooklyn Light + Ladder (held by RISD alumnus Farrah Sit) can hold the trinkets of your choice, but we also like that it is food safe and can change daily foods such as salt, spices and even avocados Become a whimsical surprise.
Designer George Sowden's Memphis Group roots are fully displayed in his fascinating new kettle designed for Hay, with its interesting color palette and lines. Although it will boil the water in an instant (a quart takes five minutes), you never want to put it away-even after the end of tea time.
KitchenAid's popular stand mixer, once a must-have for wedding registries everywhere, now has this convenient cordless version of the portable mixer. Its flat end means you can place it in the middle of the recipe without the need for a spoon holder or countertop balancing action.
This super chic pleated blender brings some Issey Miyake vibe to your kitchen. Designed by architect Michele De Lucchi for Alessi, it has a lightweight and durable plastic body and water bottle, five speed and safety sensors-of course, in addition to a serious style.
This pouring coffee dripper from the traditional Japanese company Hario will make your morning more enjoyable. The internal ridge of the V60 facilitates optimal brewing, and on the occasion of the company's 100th anniversary, it is now available in six new colors, including matte pink (pictured).
The Hurom CJ Citrus Juicer is perfect for your simpler juicing needs, whether it is squeezing large oranges in breakfast OJ or juicing small limes for soda water. The one-size-fits-all finned juice cone will help you squeeze any citrus fruit with one hand and get the maximum amount of juice, while the peel is completely empty.
Resource Furniture's oversized mirrors are nearly 5 feet in diameter and come with a variety of backlighting and finish options, which are perfect for adding space to your bathroom, or for perfect finishing.
This double bathroom console designed by Italian architect Massimo Iosa Ghini for Devon&Devon has double basins (made of durable proprietary composite materials) and Venn mirrors, adding a touch of Art Deco style.
Hastings Tile & Bath's beautiful Urban series combines clean lines with convenient storage solutions to fit many different types of spaces. It comes in a variety of configurations and materials, including wood laminate and porcelain.
Like a work of art, this minimalist dressing table from William Gray (a product line of residential and hotel designer Meyer Davis Studio) hangs elegantly on your bathroom wall and is available in a variety of different stone finishes choose.
Thanks to Moen, you don't have to sacrifice indulgence to save water. This experienced lighting company collaborated with startup Nebia to launch an easy-to-install shower that can generate mist suitable for spa treatments while saving water by 45% compared to traditional lighting.
The father and son industrial design team Alberto and Francesco Meda launched a series of slim lamps with Zucchetti last year. With its stylish appearance (available in finishes ranging from gold to matte black), the basin mixer is an eye-catching product.
Brizo's entire Kintsu collection may have won awards for its elegant interplay of curves and edges, but the true star of the collection-let's face it-is the solid brass bathtub filler. There are a variety of finishes to choose from, and you can even pair it with your own wine glass holder (available separately) for soaking at the end of the day.
When it comes to your shower, good design should not fall into the drain. Example: The geometric brass drainage grille designed by interior designer Christopher Grubb for California Faucets.
Milanese designers Matteo Thun and Antonio Rodriguez add a touch of color to your sink with their new faucet collection Nice designed for Fantini. The translucent resin knob shows a candy-like hue from a thin strip at the bottom. Options include green, red, and turquoise colors (as shown in the picture), and the smooth spout is available in chrome or matte black.
It is the holy grail of kitchen accessories: an easy-to-clean carpet that can work by the sink, but is beautiful enough to be displayed in any room. Here are some of our favorite floor coverings, and they all check these two boxes.
Slash Objects, a brand known for its creative approach to recycled materials, has teamed up with Brooklyn-based design office Studio Proba to create a series of quirky floor mats. We like the terrazzo-like texture and trendy organic shape, made from post-consumer rubber (shown here as Tera). Put it in front of the sink or use it as a fine pet food mat.
Designer Arati Rao founded Tantuvi in 2015 to create durable, beautiful textiles and empower Indian weavers. We were attracted by her geometric cotton rug (shown in rose color here), which will be the perfect focal point of a modern kitchen.
The team behind Brooklyn textile company Caroline Z Hurley likes to clarify one thing: “We use people instead of machines for production.” This spirit is fully reflected in this minimalist, machine washable cotton carpet , The name of the carpet is the craftsman who created it-a Guatemalan weaver named Francisco.
Bring a bit of Bauhaus style to your cooking space with Chilevec’s bright indoor/outdoor cushions. The cushion pays homage to the graphic textiles of the famous school. It uses a dense, colorful weaving method that is both mildew-proof and 25% resistant. Made of recycled ingredients. Pair with carpet pads for maximum traction.