Each year, we take a look at the kitchen products which have captured the attention of retailers and designers, to bring you Kitchens & Bathrooms News – KBN Most Wanted 2023.
Our analysis has revealed the return of big brand appliances to our top five stories, a focus on affordable luxury and innovation.
Here is our list of the five most viewed new kitchen products on our website in 2023, and which we proudly acclaim as the year’s Most Wanted winners.
Kitchen appliance brand Neff refreshed its Collection ovens, as well as its Core range of appliances.
The Neff Collection includes the N90 and N70 with touch screen and Twist Pad Flex control.
All 15 ovens in the Neff Collection are available in Flex Design, which means it is offered with a choice of trims and handles in four finishes: Brushed Bronze, Anthracite Grey, Metallic Silver and Deep Black.
Adding to its porcelain surfacing, the RAK Ceramics brand now includes an ‘invisible’ cooking system, CookingRAK, installed beneath the worktop.
It means the aesthetic of a worktop is seamless, without the interruption of a glass hob top.
CookingRAK is an induction hob which works using electromagnetic currents to directly heat the cookware.
Trade kitchen supplier Howdens has introduced two painted effect Shaker-style kitchen ranges, Halesworth and Bridgemere.
Made from woodgrain embossed foil with a matt lacquered finish, they have been created to replicate painted wood Shaker at a more affordable price point.
The foil used by Howdens for its Halesworth and Bridgemere ranges is created with a finishing system, claimed to use Howdens’ first to market technology which reduces CO2 emissions.
Premium appliance manufacturer Miele has launched the Discovery range, at a lower price point for the brand, for the likes of first-time buyers and renters.
The Discovery range comprises built-in ovens, as well as built-in and freestanding dishwashers, and refrigeration.
Offering a choice of seven models, Discovery 600mm ovens are finished in Obsidian Black Glass with a ‘floating’ handle aesthetic.
Furniture component manufacturer Hettich has introduced LightTower, a tower unit larder with no-connection illumination.
LightTower illuminates each drawer automatically when the drawer is opened, with 4,000K light provided by a rechargeable battery pack which adheres to the rear panel.
Using the AvanTech YOU platform drawer system, LightTower comprises five pre-assembled drawer boxes, in a choice of widths, and comes with 30kg runners and internal fronts.
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