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New Kitchen Products

New Kitchen Products

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    Bradco

    Bradco Kitchens and Baths’ sliding kitchen island countertop is remote-controlled and motorized to reveal a cooktop and downdraft while extending counter space. Bradco, www.bradcokitchen.com; 323.936.3457.

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    Kai Arndt

    Poggenpohl’s drawer insert and pull-out system is now available in a walnut finish. The aluminum pull-outs have 8-millimeter sides and activate indirect LED cabinet lighting when opened. The drawers come as a box system or with aluminum, walnut, or maple crossbars. Poggenpohl, www.poggenpohl.com; 49.5221.381.0.

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    Kalia

    The Cité faucet from Kalia comes in pull-out and pull-down spray models, as well as two smaller models designed for secondary food prep sinks. The solid brass faucet features a multi-functional, extensible/retractable hand-held spray with a silent nylon hose and an ergonomic handle. Kalia, www.kaliastyle.com; 418.386.1646.

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    Silestone

    The Integrity DEUX sink by Silestone is made from a single piece of quartz and comes in banjo and double bowl options. The anti-microbial, non-porous, heat- and scratch-resistant material is available in six color options. Silestone, www.silestoneusa.com; 866.268.6837.

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    La Cornue

    The French-made 1908 gas range from La Cornue is 36-inches-wide and features a vaulted natural convection gas oven, five high-performance gas burners, and a 17,500 BTU central burner. It comes in gloss and matte black, stainless steel, and two blue and two white options. Chrome trim is available with polished brass or polished copper accents. LaCornue, www.lacornueusa.com; 800.457.1356.

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    Viola Park

    Viola Park’s 5-inch, powder-coated-steel backsplash shelf includes an integrated knife block that holds 12 knives and comes in walnut, rift-cut white oak, and bamboo. Viola Park, www.violapark.com. 206.467.5524.

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    KraftMaid

    KraftMaid Cabinetry added stains and paints in neutrals, grays, and blues; three door styles; colorful door inserts and panels; its CoreGuard sink base in 30-inches, 33-inches, and 36-inches; and bath storage and vanity options via its Spring Collection. KraftMaid, www.kraftmaid.com; 888.562.7744.

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    HenryBuilt

    HenryBuilt added a wine rack that can be configured in multiple ways for use as a room-temperature storage system or for longer-term storage in a conditioned environment. Products are hand-built to order in Seattle. HenryBuilt, www.henrybuilt.com; 206.624.9270.

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    Kohler

    Kohler’s 9-inch deep Octave Sink is available in double-equal, large, or medium sizes and features a curved back wall. Kohler, www.us.kohler.com; 800.456.4537.

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    Moen

    Moen’s Motion Sense technology detects movement with a hand-wave or with the placement of a bowl or cup in a zone beneath the spout. A handle on the faucet’s side can be used to adjust temperature and water flow. The Arbor faucet (shown) comes in chrome, oil-rubbed bronze, and a spot-resistant stainless finish. Moen, www.moen.com; 800.289.6636.

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    Thermador

    Thermador’s Built-in MicroDrawer Microwave offers 1.2 cubic feet of cavity space and 10 cooking modes; it can be installed flush with standard-depth cabinets. Thermador, www.thermador.com; 800.735.4328.

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    Samsung

    Samsung’s Radianz Quartz added four colors: Gold CanyonGray, Midnight Sapphire, Imperial Gray (shown), and Gentle Gray. All but the latter implement metallic-like chips for an added visual dimension in residential and commercial applications. Samsung, www.samsungradianz.com; 49.6196.667.403.

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    Capital Cooking Equipment

    The dual-fuel Connoisseurian series from Capital Cooking Equipment comes in open- and sealed-burner versions in 30-, 36-, 48-, and 60-inch configurations. The oven uses a two-speed cooling fan, with a higher-powered fan triggered only when the oven is used at 400 degrees for more than two hours. Capital Cooking, www.capital-cooking.com; 866.402.4600.

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    Diamond Cabinets

    Diamond’s Gourmet SuperCabinet, designed for centralized storage of pots and pans, comes in 30-inch and 36-inch widths and includes movable chrome rail dividers as well as space for plastic wrap containers and a cutting board. Diamond Cabinets, www.diamondcabinets.com.

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    Larry A. Falke

    Rohl added commercial-grade, stainless steel and stainless copper sinks that feature a sound-deadening, insulated undercoat. Rohl, www.rohlhome.com; 800.777.9762.

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    The Galley Sink

    The Galley Sink’s two sliding tiers incorporate cutting boards, colanders, a drying rack, and stainless steel bowls along with usable stainless steel sink space and storage for dirty dishes. The sink is available in 7-foot, 5-1/2-foot, and 4-foot lengths, and as an undermount or apron front with granite, marble, or wood surface options. Galley Sink, www.thegalleysink.com; 918.794.2700.

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    Wilsonart

    Wilsonart’s 2012 Contract Collection features 26 urban-inspired patterns and metals in a range of finish options including wood grains, abstracts and solid colors, stone, and metals. Wilsonart, www.wilsonartcontract.com; 800.433.3222.

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    Amerock

    Some of Amerock’s pulls, including the Candler, Extensity, and Essential’z collections (shown), are now available in 3-inch to 18-inch sizes. Amerock, www.amerock.com. 800.435.6959.

Editors at Custom Home gathered a collection of new kitchen products. Many of them fit the trends predicted by experts at this year's KBIS:

  • Technology is making appliances and other home products both “fun” and “smart." And the recent industry-wide push towards sustainability suggests that a melding of the two should yield efficient and attractive designs that help consumers manage their households.

  • Sure, attendees are hot for high-end products. But affordable design is surfacing as a way to remodel while remaining innovative and budget-conscious.

  • The popularity of recyclable and engineered materials is closing in on traditional surfaces like granite.
  • Plus, universal design takes on new importance as designers and manufacturers begin to better understand and serve a market with highly diverse needs and varying abilities.