Kitchen & Bath Design News

JAN 2018

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Furniture Dealer's Choice Award FIRST PLACE Options Lead to Custom Vanity Looks At 30" high, the Avant Vanity from The Furniture Guild is taller than most wall-mounted units, providing sections with drawer-inside-a-drawer options to maximize storage. Six metal finishes can be combined with 50 other panel finishes for custom looks. Sizes range from 24" to 72", with custom sizing available. Fully integrated finger pulls with matching metal trim are also included. Avant uses 1/2"x2" metal detail, which has a thin appearance from the front and a bolder look on the sides, the company notes. Circle No. 199 on Product Card FIRST PLACE Lav Faucet Lever Has Knurling Design Brizo enhanced the faucet lever by adding a knurling design to the sin- gle-handle Litze lavatory faucet, increasing functionality without sacrific- ing design. Three distinctive handle options and a simplistic yet distinctive bent tube spout enhance the faucet's appearance, which takes its inspi- ration from the Bauhaus movement. Teak wood accents and a striking brilliance luxe gold finish are among the options available. The textural knurling detail throughout the suite inspired the collection's name, which means braid in German. Circle No. 203 on Product Card HONORABLE MENTION Vanity Plays on Trend The shell of the WP.FO vanity from Alape is made of glazed steel and encloses the mono- chrome body, which offers storage space for bathroom accessories. Harmonized ma- terial lighting and technolog- ical precision is the genesis of WP.FO. The vanity takes its inspiration from current modern architectural trends. Circle No. 200 on Product Card HONORABLE MENTION Sink Installs Four Ways Handcrafted from NativeStone, a material that uses a mixture of jute fiber and cement and weighs 40% less than standard concrete, the Farmhouse Quartet kitchen sink from Native Trails can be installed four different ways: apron-front or standard undermount, curved or straight-front. The sink is available in Ash, Slate and Pearl. Circle No. 204 on Product Card HONORABLE MENTION Glass Encloses Vanity Artelinea's versatile Dama Vanity is fashioned entirely of glass, with an inner color and an outer color glass, either in glossy or matte. A counter- top basin is included in the design. Drawers and shelving are available in glass or wood, and can be ordered a la carte to suit multiple interior bath- room design ideas. Circle No. 201 on Product Card HONORABLE MENTION Furniture Gets Purposeful Design The Galley Dresser is a piece of kitchen furniture purposefully designed to work in harmony with The Galley Workstations. The handcrafted dresser is available in four sizes and 13 hand-selected, high-gloss finishes, with nine custom hardware finish options – including four signature finishes by Doug Durbin. Circle No. 202 on Product Card 102 Kitchen & Bath Design News • January 2018 AWARDS

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