Kitchen & Bath Design News

APR 2019

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32. Carbon fiber, used for its durability, light weight, heat resistance and strength, is now being incorporated into a kitchen appliance line from Beko. The 30" Pro- Style gas range features a 5.7-cu.-ft. interior; Surf Convection technology to cook food evenly, and Auto Reignition technology to reignite extinguished flames. Circle No. 256 on Product Card 33. After three years of research and product refinement, Wilsonart Engi- neered Surfaces is introducing Wetwall, a collection of 15 waterproof, light- weight panels that are suitable for wet area applications. The product is easy to install over gypsum board, green board and fiberboard, the company reports. The grout-free surface can also be installed over existing tile. Circle No. 257 on Product Card 34. Corian Quartz surface, formerly known as Zodiaq, is engineered with pure quartz crystals that provide depth in the design and light-play. Green- guard Certified as a low-emitting material, the quartz is a high-performance material that delivers strength and heat and scratch resistance. Shown is Venetian Cream Leather. Circle No. 258 on Product Card 35. Blending discreetly into wall cabinets, Blum's Aventos HK top allows for incorporation of cabinet lift systems through its ease of installation; a template has been integrated into the lift mechanism itself. Opening angles can be set between 75° and 107° with a twist of a screwdriver, and a safety mechanism prevents the lever arm from folding out unintentionally. Circle No. 259 on Product Card 36. Turin, Italy's famed Palazzo Bellia, with its shapely balconies, arched windows and slender turrets, is the design inspiration for the Rohl Italian Bellia Series of faucets, tub fillers and accessories. The line is available in polished chrome, polished nickel, rose gold and satin nickel. Circle No. 260 on Product Card 37. Robern's Uplift Tech, available in non-lighted and perimeter lighted versions, now includes a 24" cabinet that works well in small spaces or can be paired with another Uplift cabinet. The vertical door application ensures it will not interfere with tall faucets and hanging light fixtures. Circle No. 261 on Product Card 32 33 34 35 36 37 April 2019 • KitchenBathDesign.com 59 Serving the Industry for more than 30 years! www.sagehilldesigns.com Quinn - Driftwood Finish Keenan - Vintage Amber Finish Circle No. 21 on Product Card

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