Top 100 Products for 2019: Kitchens

Products from California Faucets, Poggenpohl, Ruvati, American Standard, Elkay, Lenova, Blanco, Elica, Dura Supreme Cabinetry, and BlueStar 

July 23, 2019
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1. California Faucets

California Faucets added the Combination Hot and Cold Water Dispenser to its Kitchen Collection. It sports a single-handle design for a streamlined look. Homeowners may select a traditional or modern faucet body, and choose a handle from nearly a dozen options, ranging from traditional-style Porcelain Lever to contemporary Black Blade and Stick designs. Over 30 artisan finishes are available. Dispensers are solid brass and hand-finished at the firm’s U.S. factory. 

2. Poppenpohl

Poggenpohl’s +VENOVO kitchen furniture offers a different way of looking at such spaces. Standing on two streamlined invisible frames, kitchen cabinets and other components seem to float in the room. With efficiency as a high priority, all functions and areas are unobtrusively organized, from sideboards and drawers to worktops, appliances, and more. Because the design is derived from an open layout, the lines between the classic kitchen and the rest of the home have been erased. 

3. Ruvati

Ruvati’s Fiamma Fireclay sink is handmade in Italy and offers a vintage yet contemporary blend embodying the popular farmhouse feel. The durable Fiamma sink is 30-inch by 20-inch, and the 10-inch extra-deep bowl can accommodate many dishes, pots, and pans. Available in these finishes: Crackled White or Coastal Shabby Chic distressed finish in a soft blue, Horizon Gray, Glossy Black, and traditional White and Biscuit. All sinks come with limited lifetime warranty.

4. American Standard 

The Beale MeasureFill pull-down touch kitchen faucet by American Standard dispenses precise amounts of water, at the touch of a dial. The single-hole, deck-mount faucet runs on either batteries or a power adapter, and dispenses up to 5 cups (40 oz.) in increments of 4 oz., as set on the dial by the user. A touch of the dial window then activates water flow; the faucet will automatically shut off when the appropriate amount of water has been dispensed. The MeasureFill also includes an ADA-compliant lever to enable manual operation, and the faucet head pulls down, providing users with both spray and stream flow options. 

5. Elkay

Elkay unveiled its Crosstown Stainless Steel Farmhouse Sink with Interchangeable Apron (shown). Homeowners may choose from a mix of seven different materials and colors, enabling them to change the apron in minutes for a new look to match the season or their own personal style. The company has also introduced its Quartz Luxe Single and Double Bowl Sink, available in metallic- flecked Silvermist or deep Jubilee colors to enliven any kitchen.  

6. Lenova

The Ultra Ledge Sink joined Lenova’s Ledge Series. It comes in 46-inch and 58-inch models, providing a professional grade work area. Users can slide in optional accessories—including a colander, cutting boards, and roll-up grid racks—providing an efficient station for chopping produce, drying pasta, soaking pots and pans, and drying dishes. Made of stainless steel, standard features include a satin finish, sound baffling pads, and removable splash guards and strainer baskets. 

7. Blanco

Blanco, the German manufacturer of high-quality sinks and faucets, introduced Solenta Senso (shown) and Solenta faucets. Inspired by professional kitchens, Solenta Senso features sensor technology that allows users to control water flow just by waving the faucet on or off. Solenta offers a sleek design, powerful dual spray, and easy-to-clean closed coil; available in sensor or non-sensor models and made of long-lasting materials. Both faucets come in stainless finish or polished chrome.

8. Elica

Elica introduced an addition to its Air Cooking series, the Nikola Tesla induction cooktop, with downdraft ventilation built right into the cooktop, providing equal ventilation for each burner, increasing air-capture efficiency, and reducing sound, according to a company spokesperson. The 400-cubic-feet-per-minute blower creates cyclonic suction (which swallows smells and steam without having to be elevated) and is linked with the various burners, enabling it to adjust its speed to match the burners’ output. Ducted-out ventilation remains an option but is not required. The system has a dishwasher-safe grease trap and three stacked charcoal filters. The cooking surface features touch controls and a double-bridge function allowing homeowners to link two burners into a single cooking space for larger pots. Originally designed for European kitchens, the Tesla’s length is 33 inches and will require custom installation. 

9. Dura Supreme Cabinetry

Dura Supreme Cabinetry debuted five new door styles: Chelsea, Carson, Carson V-Groove, Meridien, and Avery. They can be designed with traditional or transitional styled interiors. Today’s No. 1 requested design style for kitchens and baths is the transitional style, according to the company. The Chelsea door style (shown) is considered a modern raised panel; sporting a narrow panel profile and wide stiles and rails, it works well with transitional-styled interiors.

10. BlueStar

The French Door Built-In Refrigerator from BlueStar offers the largest capacity of any 36-inch built-in French Door refrigerator in its class, according to the company. Perfectly designed for tight spaces or smaller kitchens, the refrigerator includes durable stainless steel interiors, dual compressors for enhanced food preservation, and a fully extendable bottom shelf designed to fit a full-size commercial sheet pan. The freezer is also capable of accommodating the same; because the interior is fully customizable, shelves and bins can be rearranged to fit any storage or entertaining need.

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