Product kitchen designer and blogger Kim Hornshaw selects her favourite products featured in the January issue of Kitchens & Bathrooms News. She explains why they have caught her eye
I really like the Mozart Downdraft extractor by AirUno. The sleek design and clear glass will help keep the kitchen space feeling open, even when in use. When not in use, it hides away in the worktop, making sure the practical item will not detract from the kitchen design. It’s perfect for an island hob in an open-plan living space.
I love the Shaws of Darwen washbasins. I’m a sucker for a traditional kitchen with a beautiful Belfast sink, so I’m excited to see Shaws has brought out a basin range. The Ingleton brassware by Perrin & Rowe is gorgeous too and will lend a timeless quality to the bathroom. It looks perfect with painted Shaker furniture and quartz worktop for an elegant and classic look.
The Meljac Cannalee collection with RAL colour finishes is amazing! When designing a kitchen, there is nothing worse that seeing the fittings and small finishing touches stand out because they don’t work with the design. The Cannalee collection will mean there is so much more versatility, and scope, to create a cohesive look in the room design.
Design director of London Contemporary Andrew Dunning chose his favourite products from our December issue. Find out what he had to say.