The following eight kitchen and bath products from these top designers are worth keeping an eye on.
Standout: The kitchen and bath fittings collection has industrial details like knurling, derived from the Interior Design Hall of Fame member’s residential interiors for 70 Rainey in Austin, Texas.
Designer: Vincent Van Duysen of Dada
Standout: For the architect and company creative director’s second kitchen line, an island of bog oak planks is topped by a sink and counter in creamy Rapolano travertine.
Designers: Caroline Grant and Dolores Suarez for Villa Lagoon Tile
Standout: Similar details at New
York’s Claudette and Roey’s can be re-created with these hand-painted cement tiles, the inaugural line of the Dekar Design founders and restaurant designers.
Designers: Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby for Mutina
Standout: The Barber Osgerby founders’ third product for the company is an unglazed porcelain stoneware slab that incorporates ceramic chips and is suitable for use indoors or out. Through Stone Source.
Designer: Lex Pott for Ann Sacks
Standout: The industrial designer’s gently retro, 6-inch hexagonal porcelain tiles come in three standard color combinations of subdued pastels, plus four shimmering premium metallics.
Designer: Karen Williams of St. Charles New York
Product: STC No.1
Standout: Cabinetry by the company creative director is composed of painted uppers and quartered eucalyptus bases, with hardware integrated into the polished nickel molding.
Designers: Giuseppe Pezzano and Andrea Parisio of Ceramica Cielo
Product: Elle Ovale
Standout: The oval sink by the brand’s co-art directors is surrounded by a painted steel–edged, squared-off ceramic basin, in 16 colors including Canapa, Italian for hemp.
Designer: Michele De Lucchi for Alessi
Standout: The decorative pleats of the architect’s matte thermoplastic-resin electric kettle, now available in the U.S., pair with practical winding-cord storage in the power-supply base.