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SEP 2018

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SURFACING FOR CEILINGS AND WALLS Armstrong Ceilings has launched four new ceil- ing finishes in its WoodHaven line of surfaces. The planks can be installed to the ceiling in three different ways, including over existing 15 ⁄16" grid. Two of the four choices can also be installed on walls. The new finishes include: Woven White, Woven Charcoal Gray (shown), Coastal White and Driftwood Gray. Circle No. 236 on Product Card ICE BOX-INSPIRED REFRIGERATOR Designed to emulate the Ice Box of the 1930s, the Classic Fridge from Big Chill follows the bureau-like silhouette of traditional models while it incorporates modern conveniences. The refrigerator fuses a French-door blueprint with rich colors and distinctive hardware for a timeless aesthetic. The hardware design sports horizontal handle pulls set on square plates and hinges outfitted with decorative steeples in Brushed Brass, Satin Nickel or Chrome finishes. Body colors include Cabernet Red and French Blue. Circle No. 235 on Product Card KITCHEN SINK COLLECTION Blanco has added the Precis 30" Single Bowl and Precis 1-¾ Bowl with Low Divide to its Silgranit sink collection. The 30" sink works for 33" cabinets, while the low-divide sink provides functionality, keeping prep and cleaning areas separate while it accom- modates large pots and pans. The angular design sink is offered in eight Silgranit colors, and features a durable surface that resists heat, scratches, stains and chips, according to the firm. Circle No. 237 on Product Card BACTERIA-KILLING SHOWER LIGHT Ellumi, an LED bacteria-killing light from EllumiLighting.com, is expanding its line with the Recessed Retrofit Light for the bath. The shower light kills mold, fungi and bacteria, according to the firm, incor- porating Vital Vio's proprietary technology that uses LEDs instead of UV or chemicals for safety. The specific wavelengths found in the ellumi light eliminate up to 99% of germs on surfaces, the company adds. Circle No. 239 on Product Card GLASS MOSAIC TILE Bedrosians Tile & Stone's Summer 2018 Collections include six new porcelain, ceramic, glass and cement brick options. The Kahakai Collection, which means beach in Hawaiian, is a special-order glass mosaic line inspired by the colors of the sand and reflections of Hawaii from sunrise to sunset. Its 10 color blends include Kahakai Coconut (shown) as well as four patterns – hexagon mosaic, 7 ⁄8"x 7 ⁄8" square mosaic, linear mosaic and random mosaic. Circle No. 238 on Product Card BAUHAUS-INSPIRED LIGHTING The Memory family of lighting from Modern Forms features an array of chandeliers, pendants and wall sconces. Using an intricate welding process, artisans smooth out the transitional seams of this Bauhaus-inspired design, then coat it with a black finish. Behind the steel bars, opalescent rectangles are illuminated by edge-lit LED modules positioned to give the appearance of floating within. Pictured is the 56"-long pendant, which features edge-lit LED optic panels to spread light evenly. Circle No. 240 on Product Card DISHWASHER EXPANSION Bosch has expanded its dishwasher portfolio with the addition of the Bosch 100 Series dish- washer line. The premium features of the Bosch 100 Series lineup include a fingerprint-resistant finish, PrecisionWash System, RackMatic ad- justable racks, a third rack or utility rack option and the company's sound-reduction technol- ogy. The units operate at as low as 48dBA, and are available in black, white and stainless steel finishes with choice of three handle options at a range of price points. Circle No. 241 on Product Card HANDCRAFTED RANGE HOODS RangeCraft Manufacturing has announced a new Standard Line of range hoods for its most popular models. The Standard Line can be made to order in any metal combination, with powder coating also available. The number of bands, standard CFM strength of the fan, height of the trim and placement of rivets and buttons are all areas that will remain constant in the line, with sizes including 30", 36", 42", 48", 52" and 60". Each hood is handcrafted by 17 different artisans, one at a time, in the U.S. Circle No. 242 on Product Card 92 Kitchen & Bath Design News • September 2018 NEW PRODUCTS

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