With a contemporary aesthetic inspired by Art Deco and midcentury architecture, the Tribeca millwork collection by Enkeboll is available in six woods, including maple (shown), and custom options. Molding prices start at $300 for an 8' length; paneling begins at $99 per square foot.
Call 800-745-5507; .
James Dyson, celebrated for introducing the cyclonic bagless vacuum, has now reinvented the fan. The conversation-starting Air Multiplier AM03 bladeless pedestal fan ($450) emits a powerful breeze, but virtually no sound. With a 16" diameter, it extends from 47" to 55" tall; a tabletop model is available in 10" ($300) and 12" ($330) options, which are 19" and 21.5" high, respectively.
Call 866-693-9766; .
Part of Fisher & Paykel’s new Modular kitchen line, the energy-efficient 36" Single DishDrawer is wider than the firm’s previous drawer-model dishwashers and can be seamlessly integrated with cabinetry. Choose from stainless steel ($1,199) or customized-panel-ready.
Call 888-936-7872; .
Add old-world elegance to your home with the Italianate outdoor lantern by Bevolo Gas & Electric Lights. The patinated copper-and-brass lamps are handmade in New Orleans’s French Quarter; available in 20" ($1,250), 24" ($1,650), and custom sizes, they also come in brushed stainless steel.
Call 504-522-9485; .
The sleek Avado LKAV2031 pull-down kitchen faucet by Elkay has a flexible spout that provides easy access to sink corners and other tricky spots. The chrome version (shown) costs $1,150; brushed nickel is priced at $1,495.
Call 630-572-3192; .
Jenn-Air’s cutting-edge 32" Perimetric vent hood is so discreet it could be mistaken for a picture frame. Available in stainless steel (shown) and white, it costs $2,499.
Call 800-536-6247; .
With All-Clad’s first pot rack, the company’s acclaimed cookware now has a fitting place to call home. The solid-stainless-steel frame of this handsome workhorse measures 36" l. x 22" d. and has a mirrored finish. It comes with 12 hangers in two lengths and holds up to 200 pounds. As an added attraction, the rack features MagnaTrack, a new technology that keeps the hooks in place when pots are retrieved. The unit costs $600 at Sur La Table.
Call 800-243-0852 or go to .
When outfitting windows with Roman shades, a perfect fit is key. Beginning September 14, Hunter Douglas Design Studio makes ordering easy with a step-by-step process. Choose from four classic styles, more than 300 fabrics, and two cord systems—not to mention numerous valance, tape, and trim options. Prices start at $343 for a 36" h. x 24" w. shade (they can be made up to 96" wide without a seam); delivery takes two to three weeks.
For dealers call 800-274-2985 or visit .
For minimalists in search of a sleek bathing beauty, the Atmosfere tub collection offers four geometric solutions: oval (shown), rectangular, round, and square. Designed by architect Romano Adolini for Colacril, the white basins are cast in polymineral resin with a slim profile: 1.6" at the thinnest edge. The matte interior guards against slips and retains heat well during long soaks; the exterior has a glossy finish. Prices start at $11,995.
For dealers call Hastings Tile & Bath, 516-379-3500, or visit .
Miele debuted the first HEPA-certified vacuum in the 1990s. The latest tool in its arsenal for keeping the air in homes fresh is the nine-layer AirClean Filter-bag, which works in tandem with the firm’s HEPA filter and Sealed System, ensuring that any dirt removed stays put. According to company tests with the bags, Mieles now perform 21 times better at retaining particles than the leading bagless vacuum—an important for allergy sufferers. The dust bag is offered in sizes to fit most of the firm’s models, including the new Libra canister ($949; shown in mango red), which comes with high-performance attachments for carpet and hard flooring.
Call 800-843-7231 or visit .