8 Stand Out Kitchen and Bath Products
From monochromatic appliances to durable materials, these eight products are sure to center any kitchen or bathroom.
Kitchen & Bath Products in Earthy Tones and Subtle Neutrals
1. Jason Wu for Brizo
Product: SmartTouch Pull-Down Faucet
Standout: Whether frocks or fittings, creations by the celebrated fashion designer are always runway-ready, like this square-spout sink faucet, its eye-catching matte-white finish paired with a sleek lever handle.
2. Susie Atkinson for Drummonds
Standout: The interior designer and manufacturer, both British classicists, riff on the contoured silhouette and imperial feet of cast-iron slipper baths for this enameled tub painted the palest rose.
3. Fiona Stewart of Margate Tile Works
Product: Natural Finish Terracotta Tiles
Standouts: The young British studio named after its seaside location uses domestically sourced clay in all of its handmade works, such as these minimalist terra-cotta tiles etched with geometric shapes.
4. Alberto Sánchez and Eduardo Villalón for Harmony
Standout: With Mediterranean shore towns in mind, the MUT founders devised a narrow matte-ceramic wall tile, its concave form nodding to the region’s characteristic roof shingles.
5. George Yabu and Glenn Pushelberg for Salvatori
Standout: The Yabu Pushelberg founding partners and Interior Design Hall of Fame members build upon their product prowess with this collection that includes a Gris du Marais marble countertop basin resembling molded clay.
6. Francesco Lucchese of Fir Italia
Standout: The stainless-steel faucet by the art director of this newly minted company has a razor-thin silhouette that bagged it an impressive honorable mention at the 2020 Compasso d’Oro.
7. Céline Cornu for ZigZagZurich
Standout: The cotton shower curtain is printed with a joyful pattern developed by the French textile designer, before being sealed with a surprisingly soft waterproof acrylic coating.
8. Natalie Myers for Big Chill
Product: Winter Edit
Standouts: The Veneer Designs owner and principal debuts a curated palette of desert-inspired colors—Green Brown, Ochre Yellow, Beige, and Ivory—for the brand’s eminently customizable appliances.