We have selected six of the best product launches from 2019, as chosen by our readers, to bring you the Most Wanted of 2019
What’s not to love about the New Classic range from Laufen, it’s designed by Dutch architect Marcel Wanders!
The New Classic bathroom collection vanity has a huge nod to mid-century furniture.
It features modern, wenge-style wooden legs while still keeping the look of a traditional washstand.
I would use this vanity washbasin as the hero piece in a cloakroom bathroom, pared with simple herringbone tiling and cool brushed nickel finishes.
Chosen by interior designer Emma Merry of Emma Merry Styling
With everything becoming digital around us, why not use it of offer my customers a more holistic experience in their bathroom?
As it becomes more important to stay healthy, both physically and mentally, the RainTunes digital shower from Hansgrohe combines water, light, sound and fragrance to create a multisensory encounter.
Featuring seven experiences , you can create your own at-home spa environment, where you an switch off and relax with the help of the digital world
Chosen by interior designer Samantha Theakstone of Samantha Jane Decor
Colour has seen a huge comeback in kitchens in 2019 and it’s so exciting to see how it can be used in the bathroom.
Waters Baths of Ashbourne offers such a huge range of colours for its tubs, which gives designers the chance to customise and create bespoke spaces.
Personally, I love the Mediterranean tone of the Red Earth tub.
Having worked with Dekton in many projects, I already love how versatile this material can be.
The introduction of the new Dekton slim 4mm material brings yet another way of introducing this fantastic product into designs.
The ability to clad furniture is particularly exciting for me, especially given the strength and durability Dekton can now bring to frontals.
Rangemaster brings a contemporary twist into the kitchen, from the traditional Victorian style, with its dark grey Anthractie Belfast sink.
It is a perfect way to incorporate the stylish black finish into kitchen designs.
Belfast sinks are a popular addition being brought into the design of many homes, with Rangemaster’s dark Anthracite option bringing the perfect twist into kitchen styling.
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 the appliance is in use.
When not in use, it hides away in the worktops, 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.
Chosen by product kitchen designer and blogger Kim Hornshaw