It’s All About The Details In The Latest Kitchen + Bath Introductions


Sleek lines and futuristic functionality define these kitchen and bath offerings by brands committed to thinking outside the box.

“We wanted to create something that would differentiate itself from the sea of gray vanities out there,” explains head designer Mario Muto of his company, Bemma, which he cofounded with Wetstyle owner Mark Wolinsky. Bemma offers an assortment of bathroom vanities and accessories in several colors and styles that goes beyond the expected, such as the handsome Terra collection (shown). It features a fluted walnut façade, marble or granite countertop, and satin brass base (also available in brushed nickel or matte black). Distinct, indeed.

It’s all in the details and hardware is no exception! Enter Sun Valley Bronze and its eclectic new Assemblage Collection that exemplifies the brand’s impressive casting work. While each piece is asymmetrical in design, a sense of uniformity is achieved through scale and proportion across the collection, which includes cabinet knobs, pulls, grips and door hardware. Shown is the Assemblage Lever in Burnished Silicon Bronze.

Liebherr’s Monolith Collection, a high-tech line of cooling products for wine enthusiasts, now includes a Wine Column to round out its impressive offerings. The 24-inch appliance, shown above, can hold up to 100 bottles and features adjustable wood slats and three temperature zones allowing users to optimally preserve their collections. The Monolith Wine Column is customizable to any kitchen and is also available in an 18-inch version.


kohler showerhead

Moxie Showerhead + Wireless Speaker / by Kohler /

emtek handle

Select Cabinet Pulls / by Emtek /

black fantasy surface
Black Fantasy / by Antolini /