New #Luxury Design Product Spotlight: Week of Feb. 16th.
Weekly my inbox fills with notice of great new products being introduced to the market. And as much as I'd like to devote space in our quarterly magazine theTwentySIX, there just isn't enough space. The result? Every week check this spot for the newest product introductions. And if you'd like to see your product here... make sure to email me the press release and necessary photos.
Dark Walnut Cutting Board for the ATTIKA Kitchen Sink by BLANCO
It should come as no surprise that, over the years, BLANCO has become a D'Scoop favorite. An unparalleled attention to structural detail and a focus on stellar architectural design that prove the notion that form and function can peacefully co-exist, make BLANCO's sinks and faucets the centerpiece of many a high-end kitchen remodel. BLANCO's newest sink, the award winning BLANCO ATTIKA, embodies the traditions the design community has come to love from this German manufacturer, made even better with the addition of a Dark Walnut compound cutting board. Made to rest on the exterior rim, the board is designed to add additional prep-space in the ever shrinking kitchen. Two new designs are available for both the ATTIKA and PRECISION 16" bowls.
Limelight Pendant by Boyd Lighting
One part atomic era, one part industrial jet engine, and one part Hollywood movie set. Blended together they become the foundation for the Limelight Pendant, the newest collaboration between interior designer and color doyenne Jamie Drake and San Francisco lighting workshop Boyd Lighting. Perfectly over-scaled and featuring amplified industrial detailing, Limelight is a functional complement to today's stylish living spaces. Limelight's functionality is further complemented with the inclusion of an LED light source. Available in four standard finishes with polished brass and polished nickel available at an up-charge.
Then, Now, & Forever Collection of Historically Accurate Paints from Dunn Edwards
The DCoopMedia offices being located in a bungalow on the cusp of its 100th birthday, we can attest to the difficulty with which it is to find both historically accurate and visually stimulating color palettes. Dunn-Edwards, an industry leader in commercial and residential paint finishes, has paired with Architectural Resources Group, a historic preservation architecture firm, to develop 142 hues representative of nearly 300 years of American West architecture. After studying typical Southwest vernacular - from Mission to Victorian to Mid-Century Modern - the west coast centric Then, Now, and Forever paint palette collection both establishes a color history of the Southwest but is also designed to integrate seamlessly into Dunn-Edwards already existing paint collections.
P'7350 Kitchen Architecture by Poggenpohl in Collaboration with Porsche Design Studio
In its most recent collaboration with Porsche Design Studio, Poggenpohl is remaking the definition of "Fast Food". Introduced during this year's Kitchen and Bath Industry Show in Las Vegas, the P'7350 brings together the stately, masculine details of today's modern Porsche and the functionality of a well organized kitchen architecture. Highly engineered, P'7350 features an innovative industrial mitering technique which allows the front to merge with cabinet body. Further Porsche details include solid, vertical design trims of stainless steel effect brushed aluminum and neutral-color gloss lacquer finish alongside an elegant walnut veneer. The P'7350 collection will be available later this year from Poggenpohl Studios.
Design Local Carpet Collection - Nashville, Philadelphia, & Seattle - by Mannington Commercial
Armed only with a camera and $200 cash, six designers were sent out into the neighborhoods of Philadelphia, Nashville, and Seattle with only one mission - to capture their inspiration. The result, a myriad of color, pattern, and texture which together characterizes the spirit of each of these famously unique cities, became the foundation for Mannington Commercial's Design Local Collection of commercial grade carpets. Available in modular format only, the subdued patterns at at once whimsical and emblematic of the static cultures encompassing each of the cities these carpets represent. Don't be fooled, although the collection has been designed for commercial use, its solution dyed Antron nylon fibers and loop surface make it perfect for heavy duty residential applications as well.
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