Luxury appliances are looking to their hardened commercial counterparts for inspiration while finishes for food-prep areas are becoming softer and smoother to meet the growing trend toward opening up floor plans and making the kitchen the center of the home. Spotted at the 2016 Design and Construction Week, which ran from Jan. 19 to 22 , in Las Vegas, these fixtures and finishes will cause designers and home cooks alike to up their game.

HWg 1803 Series Wine Cabinets, Liebherr
German appliances brand Liebherr designed these climate-controlled cabinets as much to store bottles of wine as to show them off. For installation in 17.5”-tall niches, the units have white or black fronts with front-reflective glass and LED lighting to offer a view of the interior, which is fitted with beach wood shelves. An LCD screen displays the interior temperature. Partial and full opening and closing technology responds to a light tap on the door, which closes if it is not fully opened within three seconds of being opened.

Combi-steam, Gaggenau
Gaggenau’s new 400 series Combi-steam ovens are equipped with precise temperature regulation from 120-400 degrees Fahrenheit, creating ideal conditions for sous-vide cooking, which requires controlled low temperatures. The model also boasts a fixed inlet and outlet water connection that automatically cleans the oven’s interior—even when it's heavily soiled—to ensure a clean and hygienic finish at the end of each use.

Align Pre-Rinse Spring Kitchen Faucet, Moen
An industrial-inspired spring spout adds an element of commercial-kitchen functionality to the home. The single-handle, pull-down fixture offers extended reach, multi-function spraying, and push-button docking, is ADA compliant, and has a flow rate of 1.5 gpm. In chrome and stainless steel.

Professional Built-In Double and Single Electric Wall Ovens, Frigidaire
Frigidaire’s self-cleaning built-ins eliminate pre-heating time from the standard baking equation with a new, "no pre-heat" setting. The smudge-proof, stainless steel unit’s patented PowerPlus technology is powered by a convection fan that accelerates the oven’s temperature to reach its peak in seconds, and a built-in temperature probe ensures even cooking. The single and double models will be available in March, retailing $1,949 and $2,299, respectively.

P`7350 Design by Studio F.A. Porsche, Poggenpohl
German cabinet manufacturer Poggenpohl debuted its second collaboration with Studio F.A. Porsche. Offered in three neutral shades as part of a color scheme that is exclusive to P`7350, the series' sleek surfaces feature mitered cuts where drawer-front meets cabinet body and vertical aluminum-clad trims to emphasize a bold departure from more traditional, horizontal kitchen designs.

Perfect Steam Washer and Perfect Steam Dryer, Electrolux
Electrolux’s new front-loading washer with SmartBoost technology pre-mixes water and detergent before the laundry cycle begins for a more thorough wash in 15 minutes. In addition to a sanitizing option that the company claims removes 99% of bacteria and 95% of allergens, the brand’s StainSoak and Perfect Steam technologies tailor each cycle to specific stain types, adding steam when necessary. Similar technology on the unit’s companion dryer removes wrinkles, reduces static, and further sanitizes the wash load. The pair are expected to be available in April 2016, and will retail for $1099 each.

Ink and Aquatint, Cosentino
Cosentino's Silestone quartz surfaces brand collaborated with six North American designers—its fourth such outreach—to develop these two duotone surfacing materials. Manufactured from recycled shards of the company's ultra-compact Dekton surfacing and cast in Silestone, Ink and Aquatint offer strong visual texture, and can be used in residential or commercial spaces, including for kitchen counters and bathroom vanities.

Monogram Pizza Oven, General Electric
Developed in collaboration with General Electric’s FirstBuild grassroots product development initiative, the Monogram brand Pizza Oven comes pre-programmed to cook multiple types of pizza. A compact, interior ventilator allows for its use indoors without sacrificing performance compared to peer outdoor units. A companion app integrates the oven into the home’s existing connected products ecosystem, while a 30-minute pre-heat process allows users to cook pizzas—depending on the style—in as little as two minutes.

FAB32, Smeg
Italian luxury appliances manufacturer Smeg is growing its retro-inspired portfolio in the U.S. with the addition of the FAB32. The midcentury-inspired bottom-freezer refrigerator model is fitted with two adjustable thermostats to monitor and maintain internal temperatures. In the refrigerator portion, adjustable glass shelves allow for the customization of space while, in the freezer, various drawers and compartments offer a range of organization options. FAB32 is available in eight bright colors.

Cain Neoroc Kitchen Sink, Kohler
Made of a proprietary composite containing epoxy resin and a quartz filler, the undermount Cairn Neoroc Kitchen Sink resists impact, staining, fading, and heat, won’t chip or scratch, and can withstand temperatures up to 750 F, according to the manufacturer. An alternative to cast iron and stainless steel, the 33” model comes in single, dual-basin, and large or medium dual-basin options with rounded corners and matte black and matte brown finishes.

UnderCounter Refrigerator and Freezer Drawers and Prep Station, True Residential
For home chefs and designers alike, commercial kitchens top the list of sources to look to when bringing residential kitchens to comparable standards of efficiency. True’s new, stainless steel drawer pan kits keep the cooking space uncluttered and balanced with a six-pan capacity that accommodates ingredients such as freshly chopped vegetables, proteins, and garnishes. The pan kit is designed to work with True’s new line of Undercounter Refrigerator and Freezer Drawers, which are the industry’s first undercounter cooling units that are UL-rated for both indoor and outdoor use.