Design & Construction Week brings the world’s top kitchen, bath and building brands together to showcase the latest products and technologies, and our trendspotters took to the show floor to bring you the hottest home product trends!
TRENDSPOTTING: PART 3
1. Contemporary Curated Surfaces – COLORQUARTZ
Our first pick is COLORQUARTZ, a brand that sets itself apart with an expertly curated collection of black, white, and gray quartz surfaces. We love how this family-owned business manages to create products that are both beautiful and functional. Since each COLORQUARTZ surface is heat and scratch-resistant, every product serves as an elegant canvas in the kitchen or bath that you can enjoy for years to come.
2. Trend-Forward Stone Veneer – Eldorado Stone
Eldorado Stone always manages to stay ahead of trends, and this year is no exception. Its stunning new Limestone color palette, Grand Banks, has us dreaming of warm Italian nights with cream tones, accents of rust and silvery blue, and veins of gold, it’s both timeless and trend-forward.
Eldorado Stone also introduced two new hues for its aged barn wood profile, Vintage Ranch. Stratuswood, a warm, earthy grey and Dawnwood, a whitewashed beige with decorative touches of seafoam both evoke the charm of a well-appointed cabin with added durability and sustainability that surpasses real barn wood. When it comes to color, texture and warmth for inside or out, architectural stone has never looked so good!
3. Custom Luxury Kitchens – Noblessa
We couldn’t help but be awed by the custom luxury showcased by Noblessa. For home chefs who want everything “just so” Noblessa creates “intelligently engineered” premium kitchens in state-of-the-art factories in Germany. With an entire kitchen as its canvas, Noblessa incorporates sophisticated palettes and natural elements to create a space that is truly a work of art.
4. Showstopping Stone & Tile – Bedrosians
Bedrosians never disappoints with its vast repertoire of decorative tile. This year it’s setting the bar high for black, white, and gray color profiles. We especially love Bedrosians’ ability to use these colors in geometric designs to create stunning pieces, like its showstopping new Reine tile. And, as always, we can’t help but smile when we see luxury with a dash of whimsy, reminding us that design, durability, and fun can absolutely coexist. (Note: This line should accompany shot of “hello” floor tile)
5. Regal & Refined Bathrooms – Victoria + Albert
Victoria & Albert epitomizes the beauty and sophistication of timeless design by using classic colors and clean lines. From glamorous deep soaking tubs with sweeping silhouettes, to sleek vanities, Victoria + Albert’s elegant collection creates a polished bath space that’s the height of fashion.
Stay tuned for even more home and building products trends coming soon!