I’m back home after attending the first two days of Design Construction Week. A wrap-up will be posted on The Interior Collective soon, but here are a couple more items from the show that I really like:
Thermador showed off this terrific gas range with an indoor grill; I’d love to have one of these!
Via Purcell Murray.
I couldn’t keep my eyes off of most of what Moen had to offer, especially this sleek fixture:
Via Jordan Iverson.
The first day of Design Construction Week 2014 was full of terrific new sights from purveyors of fine fixtures and finishes like these.
This kitchen counter features backlit Caesarstone Puro, from The Concetto Collection. Believe me, it looks stunning in their booth.
A communal-dining style table made from sample slabs of Caesarstone – brilliant!
The new Bosch Benchmark Wall Oven was unveiled. (The link at left takes you to more photos plus a review on CNET.)
Via Bosch Appliances.
Can you believe these amazing Luminist Lavatories? TOTO makes them from an epoxy resin material and they use LED lighting to glow.
Via Jodan Iverson.
Architecture & Design: Patch Work Architecture.
Isn’t this a terrific kitchen? I really like everything about it–from the textures and materials (wood, concrete, and stainless: 3 of my favorites) to the way it manages to feel deconstructed though it’s been keenly planned. I added this shot to my Interiors-Kitchen board on Pinterest recently and it’s been one of my most repinned images of late.
If you’re not already following me on Pinterest, now would be the time to start. Today and tomorrow I will be focusing much of my attention there as I roam the 2014 Design & Construction Week show in Las Vegas. Combining the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show with the International Builders’ Show, these few days will highlight the latest and greatest in kitchens and baths.
You can also keep up with my pins from the show here on Japanese Trash. There’s a Pinterest module in the right sidebar of the home page and each new pin will be included there.
A favorite look for me is a kitchen that is very streamlined—for some reason that just feels right. I’m not one for homey, cluttered kitchens; instead, I want the kitchen to feel modern and simple. One of the best ways to accomplish that is to do away with anything extraneous, including the “jewelry of the kitchen,” drawer and cabinet handles. What’s great about this direction is you can do it with just about any décor style.– See the whole post at The Interior Collective.