Bertazzoni Expands Appliance Suite with New Built Ins + Decor Sets Video

While at KBIS 2020, we caught up with Bertazzoni, where we got a first look at their new product releases. Hear from CEO Paolo Bertazzoni and CCO Nicola Bertazzoni about how the company has been at the forefront of luxury kitchen products for six generations. Merging Italian design and European engineering, Bertazzoni focuses on intuitive and elegant products that harmoniously and seamlessly work in any kitchen.

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Their latest launch of completely re-engineered appliances significantly expanded the size of its product portfolio and set a new standard for versatile kitchen configurations, situated at the intersection of best-in-class performance

Design Your Own Flat Weave Rug with Beni Rugs

Beni Rugs has released their first collection of customizable flat weave rugs that merge Brazilian Modernism and Bauhaus design. The new collection gives you the choice between ten background and line colors and whether or not to include tassels. Or go completely rogue and come up with your own creative design! Beni has gotten the ball rolling with 19 preloaded designs, each one dyed, woven, washed, and dried in the Atlas Mountains. Sizes range from 3’x5′ to 12’x15′ and are typically delivered within 8-10 weeks.

In the midst of COVID-19, the Moroccan duo behind the brand had to get creative

Squeeze Fresh Juice with These Ring and Knuckle Juicers

Not only are these “rings” design objects that push the idea that form follows function… they also are a fun way to persuade people to upgrade their bartending skills with the use of fresh juice in their cocktails!

We have long been fans of GENERATE, and often find smart, well-designed products with a twist of humor when perusing their site. Needless to say when we stumbled on their collaboration with NY design studio Object Rights – the Ring Juicer and Knuckle Juicer – we chuckled. These pieces feature a conventional reamer head paired with double finger holes for the

Musée d’Art Moderne de Paris by h2o architectes

Musée d’Art Moderne de Paris is an interior renovation located in Paris, France, designed by h2o architectes. The objective was to refurbish the museum’s public reception area while also improving the overall working environment for the staff.

The architects removed any unnecessary past editions in order to enable fluidity throughout the space and provide a design adapted to contemporary use. The building’s characteristic simplicity offers an important neutrality to the artwork exhibited, which was furthered through the use of reinforced concrete.

The most prominent interventions are concentrated within the entrance hall, which frame the topographical scale of the site

Modern Home Accessories in PANTONE Colors That Endure + Spark Creativity

We all know the world looks to the PANTONE Color Institute when it’s time to spot color trends for all areas of the design arena, and a most notable favorite, for their Color of the Year announcements. Thinking about color, we perused their website to see what interesting color palettes they’d recently put together. We immediately spotted the Colors We Love, Colors That Endure color palette, which features eight colors that are versatile and fluid, and less about what season or gender they’re for. These colors can be considered new classics but classics that stand out through time and ones

Friday Five with Caitlin Murray of Black Lacquer Design

Caitlin Murray is CEO and founder of Black Lacquer Design, a boutique interior design firm founded in 2014, that’s known for their elevated, color-soaked style and unpretentious, inviting glamour. Her distinctive use of color has earned her a reputation in the industry for bold, daring interiors that are equal parts whimsical liveliness and polished chic. As a born synesthete, Caitlin’s experience of hue is at the heart of all her work. Her eclectic personal style is a manifestation of modern sensibilities and an homage to distinctive design from decades past. Caitlin currently lives in Los Angeles in a 1920’s