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  • Gessi celebrates the industrial-inspired kitchen aesthetic with the latest addition to its Art for Chefs Collection of kitchen faucets. The Officine embodies all the best elements of industrial style with its clean lines, edgy detailing and intriguing mix of textures. This eye-catching faucet replicates the look of vintage pipes with factory-style trimmings, yet its minimalist profile and high arched spout add a distinctive contemporary vibe for a look that is elegant and dramatic.

  • Thor Kitchen introduces new Tilt Panel Professional Electric Ranges. The energy-efficient ranges are available in 30-inch and 36-inch models and feature a motorized touch-control panel with LCD display, which tilts up to preferred viewing angle before automatically or manually lowering into place. They also are an ideal solution for remodelers who need to specify energy-efficient appliances according to all-electric building codes and mandates.

  • True Residential announces a captivating, new blue hue with an enduring appeal: Bluestone. Imbued with subtle hints of gray and lilac, the addition to the brand’s Build Your True program of custom finishes and hardware is part of its rapidly growing compilation of richly hued finishes that also read as neutrals. Just as its namesake stone, Bluestone exudes strength and versatility. With its calming blue base, the new finish also inspires feelings of serenity and stability.

  • KitchenAid debuts its new 19.4 cu. ft. 36-inch-wide Counter-Depth 4-Door Refrigerator with PrintShield Finish. The refrigerator has a modern configuration that helps keep ingredients fresh and accessible, with the premium sliding storage trays in the refrigerator and freezer. In addition, the Custom Freeze Zone allows cooks to select 0 F, 10 F or 19 F, ideal for storing items such as compound butters and ready-to-serve homemade gelato.

  • California Faucets unveils two new ergonomic squeeze handle designs for its popular Kitchen Collection. Descanso Works is reminiscent of the vintage valves found in the 1930s and 1940s industrial era while La Spezia is a crisp and modern kitchen faucet design with a cantilevered body for visual interest teamed with a stately lever handle. The new styles mean even more choices for those looking to add a “semi-pro” flavor and to personalize their luxury kitchen.

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