With each new year comes an abundance of new products and materials for your home.
2015 is no exception to this rule and we have seen a steady influx of wonderful new kitchen appliances and materials to use in our kitchens.
From Wolf, well renowned for their cooking and refrigeration products we see the brand new Dual Fuel Range with large dimensions for the most ambitious cook , including here are widths of 914, 1219, and a whopping 1524 mm. The look is quite industrial, or more aligned with that you may see in a commercial kitchen, as it has heavy cast iron cooktop and a heavy looking body.
Ilve also has released a new gas cooktop, the the new Piano Flush Cooktop which is said to be putting safety first in the kitchen as the gas burners will make up to three attempts to re-ignite automatically in the situation of the cooktop’s flame going out.
Wolf has also released a built in electric steamer cooktop which sits neatly on your kitchen bench top. This little beauty also functions as a slow cooker, can keep your food hot for a long period of time and incredibly also defrosts food. This remarkable appliance has a 7.6 litre capacity, which will be able to feed the largest of families, in a healthy manner with minimal effort.
Roger seller’s new Valcucine kitchens
Roger Seller have been known for a long time for their excellent quality of tap ware , sinks and all things related to bathrooms. This year however, saw them launch them launch the beautiful and ergonomic Valcucine kitchens. These kitchens represent the very best that is on offer in the European market and are designed specifically with usability in mind. Not only this, but each piece has been beautifully crafted and engineered and most items offered boast a commitment to sustainability.
Ceasarstone’s new products
Ceasarstone this year released a more hardwearing option to Carrara marble.
This product has the same or similar look to its natural stone counterpart; however it boasts more durability and longevity.
Laminex have released the exciting new 180fx surface which also aims to emulate real stone, on a large and much less expensive scale.
Ultimately, it can really pay to engage a designer who has excellent knowledge of new products and materials on the market, as there is always new and exciting items coming onto the market.