From ceramic basins and striking tile mosaics to porcelain centerpieces, here are 27 recent introductions for kitchen and bath that we can't get enough of. The delicate profile of Roberto Lazzeroni's Armonia—harmony, in Italian—certainly lives up to its name. Carved from solid American walnut, the skeletal console for Antonio Lupi pairs perfectly with a thin-edged basin. In a bid to elevate tile's cultural status, the Italian maker Ascot unveils Game of Fifteen, which transfers the works of modern artists onto ceramic surfaces. The program—which will eventually include designs by 15 boldfaced names—kicks off with the unmistakable Keith Haring. Mod potter Jonathan Adler diversifies again, this time applying his persistently peppy sensibility to high-pressure laminates for Formica. Among the upbeat tone-on-tone patterns is Greek Key, a neoclassic update in blue, orange, or charcoal with a matte finish. All products have also been featured in Interior Design's most recent Market Tabloid.