RES I D E N T I A L ➤ continued on page 34 1. Belwith-Keeler has unveiled eight new hardware collections inspired by architectural heritage and cultural classics. Fermata is reminiscent of fine instrument strings, with a harmony of quick flourishes and soft moments. The offerings provide textural play that will strike a grand note of transitional appeal in kitchens.
belwith-keeler.com 2. Ortal’s built-in Three-Sided Fireplaces provide a clear view from ultiple vantage points. The H series has expanded to include multisided lines that accentuate and extend the height of the glass. All Ortal fireplaces feature safety technology that keeps the unit and wall cool without sacrificing the cozy warmth of the fire.
3. Though silver and gray-toned faucet finishes have traditionally dominated the kitchen, gold and brass finishes are making a splash right now. The Corsano Culinary Series from California Faucets features rich gold tones that infuse the kitchen with the look of luxury while brass tones radiate a more industrial or steampunk vibe.
4. Lyss by Allseating is a collaboration with industrial designer Carl Gustav Magnusson. Elegant and timeless yet functional and accessible, Lyss embodies the “think outside the box” mentality, pulling in organic materials and smart silhouettes for a chair as unique as it is beautiful.