Each year, we take a look at the products capturing the attention of retailers and designers and compile our Most Wanted kitchens and bathrooms.
Despite being a challenging time in manufacturing and particularly distribution, 2021 still delivered exciting aesthetics and state-of-the-art technology.
Here are our top five most viewed new products on our website in 2021, and which we proudly exclaim to be the year’s Most Wanted.
Reflecting the trend for green kitchens in 2021, Symphony unveiled Harvard Shaker-style furniture in a choice of three colours, including Hunter Green.
The one-piece Shaker features narrow frames in a smooth lacquered foil finish.
Bathroom manufacturer Grohe introduced the Tempesta shower head, which features a full face rain spray.
It comes in the choice of a round or square showerhead measuring 250mm, as the name suggests.
Italian appliance brand Smeg unveiled a range of silver hobs to complement its Linea built-in oven aesthetic.
Available in a choice of 600 and 900mm sizes, the hobs feature MultiZone technology, so zones can be combined into two or even one large cooking area.
Introducing texture into brassware, wholesaler Cubico launched the Molet range of knurled bathroom taps.
The launch followed more than three months of design and development which sees Molet offered in Nickel, Gun Metal, Satin Gold and Satin Bronze.
Premium bathroom manufacturer Keuco introduced Royal Midas, a showerhead combining water delivery with an integral light.
The autonomously operated light can be set or dimmed between 6500 Kelvin (day light) and 2700 Kelvin (warm white).
In collaboration with Tom Dixon, global bathroom brand VitrA unveiled Liquid which encompasses sanitaryware, furniture, taps, tiles and bathroom accessories.
It is the first ever bathroom range created by the British designer and is aligned with much of his recent work as it feature round-edged aesthetics.