Kitchen & Bath Design News

APR 2019

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38 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 39 40 38. The estate-scaled, 48" Professional Indoor Range series from Caliber Appliances is completely customizable, both in color and trim finishes. The 48" Indoor all-gas series comes in five range or rangetop configurations. Circle No. 262 on Product Card 39. The Broderick Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet from Delta Faucet is part of the broader Broderick Kitchen Collection, inspired by exposed hardware and the heritage found in traditional design. Styled after the rugged nuts and bolts of machinery, the line includes pull-down kitchen and bar/prep faucets, pull-down spring spout faucet, two-handle pull-down bridge faucet, bar faucet and wall-mounted pot filler. The line is available in Chrome, Arctic Stainless, Black Stainless, Champagne Bronze and Vene- tian Bronze finishes. Circle No. 263 on Product Card 40. Berenson has added Brushed Gold and Matte Black finishes to some of its existing collections, and has introduced Graphite and Copper finishes. The Copper finish, shown, is available in two distinct forms: A high-gloss Polished Copper and a softer Brushed Copper. Circle No. 264 on Product Card 41. The dramatic, low-slung Napoli freestanding tub from Victoria + Albert, measuring 75" in length, can now be personalized in any of 194 RAL colors in addition to its offering of six standard shades and natural white finish. Fash- ioned from the company's Englishcast Volcanic Limestone, the tub is available in matte or gloss finishes. Circle No. 265 on Product Card 42. Eggers' PerfectSense premium lacquered boards add a touch of sophisti- cation to kitchens, bathrooms and sliding door elements, according to the firm. PerfectSense Matt (PM) is a low-sheen matte surface with a fingerprint-resis- tant finish. A matching laminate, Topmatt, is also available for areas such as tabletops that require extra durability. PerfectSense Gloss (PG) takes shape in a smooth and three-dimensional reflective surface. Circle No. 266 on Product Card 43. GE Appliances has added hot air frying and dehydrate modes to its new CAFÉ and GE Profile lines of built-in wall ovens. In addition to the new cooking modes, the ovens feature a 7" full-color LCD touch control that provides ease of operation. The brand's new wall ovens feature customizable finishes and hardware for personalized selection. Circle No. 267 on Product Card 44. The Modulate series from Daltile is a large-format, 12"x36" wall tile in five distinct patterns with varying TruTouch surface textures designed to flow seamlessly from tile to tile. The tiles are offered in three neutral colors. Circle No. 268 on Product Card 45. Uponor's Phyn Plus is a smart water monitoring system for homes that automatically measures tiny changes in water pressure, 240 times per second, to identify and alert homeowners the moment a leak is detected. It delivers automatic shut off and can diagnose potential problems in plumbing systems before they become an issue, notes the firm. Circle No. 269 on Product Card 46. Frigidaire's Professional Glass Door All-Refrigerator showcases a sleek glass door design, and includes a built-in LED light, in-door storage bins and an optional trim kit for a built-in look. The unit will alert the user if the door is left open, if the temperature rises or if the power goes out so food stays at its optimal temperature. Circle No. 270 on Product Card 47. Moen's U by Moen shower is now voice activated by Amazon Alexa. The Wi-Fi and cloud-based digital shower offers mobile connectivity and personalized options at the push of a button or, now, sound of a voice. Once a user has created personalized presets in the U by Moen app, they can simply state the name of the preset or specific water temperature for the shower within the command. Circle No. 271 on Product Card 60 Kitchen & Bath Design News • April 2019 KBIS 2019 PRODUCTS

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