Hot new kitchen trends

Woman's Day

Whether you're remodeling your entire kitchen or just looking to update your appliances, check out what's hot and new in kitchen products.

 

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Courtesy of GE Appliances

Double Your Fun

The GE Café 30" gas range has 6.7 cu. ft. of oven space, a convection feature in the bottom oven and a 20,000 btu superburner on the cooktop.

Starting at $2500, Yahoo! Shopping.

Courtesy of Fisher Paykel

Easy Load

This Fisher & Paykel dishwasher drawer with adjustable rack boasts hidden controls and a wireless remote.

$679; FisherPaykel.com.

Courtesy of Amerock

Be Jeweled

The Abernathy knob: metal and glass in antique silver (other finishes too).

$8.02; Amerock.com.

Courtesy of Bosch Appliances

Ice Box

This fridge boasts an ice maker, gallon door bins, LED lighting and air filter.

$6,499; BoschAppliances.com.

Courtesy of American Standard

Triple Threat

At 36", this American Standard sink has three drop-ins: colander, cutting board and steel mat.

From $2,850; AmericanStandard-US.com.

Courtesy of Franke.com

In Design

The multifaceted Polyedro sink has architectural flair and fits in a 24" cabinet.

Starting at $770; Yahoo! Shopping.

Courtesy of Best Sopresa

Hang It Up

The Vertigo Double range hood has a powerful recirculating blower, heat sensor and more.

$2,399; BestSorpresa.com.

Courtesy of Merillat

Simple and Chic

Avenue cabinets set off mod appliances in style. Priced by wood species and finish; Merillat.com.

Courtesy of Grohe America

Refresh Yourself

Tap into Blue Pure: chilled water, still or sparkling.

From $995; GroheAmerica.com.

 

 

 

 

Courtesy of BR 111

Go Natural

Engineered Zinfandel Tigerwood hardwood planks have a rustic, natural look.

From $5/sq. ft; BR111.com.

Courtesy of KWCAmerica.com

Round and Round

Improve your reach. The stainless steel Livello faucet swivels 360 degrees, and its pullout spray extends to 24".

Starting at $500; Yahoo! Shopping.

Courtesy of Restoration Hardware

See It Through

Add sparkle with a 3" long traditional glass pull.

$14.50; RestorationHardware.com.

 

 

 

 

Courtesy of Plain Fancy Cabinets

Simple Style

Plain & Fancy hand mixes paints to match any color, no matter the source.

From $275; PlainFancyCabinets.com.

Courtesy of Rejuvenation

Go Globe-al

The Leadbetter fixture has an industrial look.

$486 as shown; Rejuvenation.com.

 

 

 

 

Courtesy of Whirlpool.com

Mini Microwave

This little wonder of a microwave holds a full-size dinner plate. In black, white and silver.

Starting at $121; Yahoo! Shopping.

 

 

 

 

Courtesy of Schoolhouse Electric

Class Dismissed

This old-school 17.5" clock has a spun-steel case and a glass dome.

$275; SchoolHouseElectric.com.

 

 

 

Courtesy of Barn Light Electric

Blue Light Special

The Ivanhoe Wilcox Porcelain Deep Bowl Pendant is shown in jadite.

$169; BarnLightElectric.com.

 

 

 

 

Courtesy of Williams-Sonoma

Flashy Trash

Hands full? Step on the pedal to open the stainless steel flaps on the Wesco Kickmaster trash can.

$279; WilliamsSonoma.com.

 

 

 

 

Courtesy of Bluestar Cooking

Fire It Up

This 24" freestanding range comes fully loaded (22,000 btu open burners).

$3,814; BluestarCooking.com.

Photo: Mari Mekko

Flower Power

Marimekko applies its cheerful style to a porcelain teapot.

$87; US.MariMekko.com.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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