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Most wanted from February issue

Interior design consultant Russell Dowers selects his favourite products from our February issue and explains why he chose them.

16 Mar, 20

Interior design consultant Russell Dowers selects his favourite products from our February issue and explains why they are his Most Wanted.

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1.

A trend to watch in 2020 will be the continued use of colour, as consumers are braver than ever before, and this is the reason behind by first choice for Most Wanted.

Customers don’t want a clinical white finish, which we became accustomed to, they want to make a statement.

I particularly like the Floor-level Conoflat shower surface from Kaldewei‘s Co-ordinated Colours Collection, as the range allows designers to select products to add real character to any space.

Most wanted from February issue

 

2.

With so many of us now using the kitchen to cook, work and socialise, there is a real need for the space to feel like the rest of the home.

German kitchen furniture manufacturer Rotpunkt has introduced planters into its Core DM kitchen, which like the rest of its range is 100% Carbon Neutral.

It means herbs are within easy reach, which is perfect for consumers who want to live a healthier lifestyle.

Most wanted from February issue 2

 

3.

If you live a busy lifestyle, then the Samsung Family Hub Refrigerator is the one is for you.

There are cameras neatly located inside the fridge so you can create a shopping list on the fly. It will suggest meals based on the inventory and offers bespoke recipes based on your preferences.

You can play music, watch a film or see who is at your front door. This is the central hub of the home.

 

Most wanted from February issue 3

Experienced kbb director Toby Griffin selected his favourite products from our January issue, spanning the brands Franke, Vado and VitrA.