From stovetops to steamers, these new wellness-focused kitchen products will give your kitchen the boost it needs.
The cooktop with electric induction tech.
With homeowners relying less and less on natural gas, many are turning to electric induction technology when it comes to their kitchens. Gaggenau’s 400 Series induction cooktop features a fully customizable surface depending on the owner’s needs, whether it be an electric or teppanyaki grill.
The faucet that promotes sanitary workspaces.
Inspired by the silhouette of a tulip and available in six finishes, Brizo’s Tulham SmartTouch Pull-Down Prep Kitchen Faucet promotes a clean work environment by allowing the user to turn the water on and off by tapping anywhere on the fixture’s surface—the perfect solution for dirty hands. For those wanting a completely hands-free experience, voice-command technology can be added.
The steam oven that facilitates healthy eating.
Health-conscious cooks praise steaming for its ability to retain more nutrients than other methods, and Fisher & Paykel’s new Series 11 24-inch Combination Steam Oven is equal parts sleek and efficient. In addition to steam, there are options for convection-only baking and combination cooking modes. Plus, a water line isn’t necessary thanks to the oven’s 50-ounce water tank.