Signature Kitchen Suite Unveils Industry-First Built-In Undercounter ‘Convertible Drawer’ Refrigerator

ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J., Feb. 8, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Signature Kitchen Suite, the fresh brand at the forefront of innovation in the luxury kitchen appliance category, today announced a first-of-its-kind built-in undercounter convertible dual drawer refrigerator. Unique to this refrigerator are dual refrigerator drawers that operate independently and allow homeowners to select from multiple temperature zones depending on their needs, including a freezer option.

Designed for Technicureans™ – today’s forward-thinking home chefs – the undercounter refrigerator redefines food storage due to its impeccable precision for preservation. With unmatched flexibility, users can now store food under six temperature zones depending on their ever-changing needs: Pantry, Fridge, Bar, Seafood, Meat or Freezer settings. The refrigerator is designed to minimize temperature fluctuations and help keep food fresher and longer with flexibility from -7 to 50 degrees independently in each drawer. This smart appliance also delivers enhanced convenience for users with Wi-Fi capabilities that allow remote temperature monitoring and adjustment.

The new 24-inch built-in undercounter convertible dual drawer refrigerator will be available in the third quarter of 2021 and encompasses the following impressive features:

  • Dual Convertible Drawers: The only built-in
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Spectra Home unveils new program for interior designers

In the new Spectra Design program, designers will have access to the Christina @ Home collection.

HIGH POINT — Upholstery and occasional producer Spectra Home Furniture is introducing Spectra Design, a program designed to make it easier for interior designers to order from Spectra Home to meet their project needs.

Spectra Design offers designers no minimum orders, a full trade discount, domestic product with some customization options and quick ship for domestic and in-stock program orders. Once an interior designer is approved to open an account with Spectra Home, he or she will have access to fabric swatches, collection catalog links and photography for idea boards.

“Our showroom at 200 North Hamilton in High Point is open for designers to visit by appointment on the first Tuesday of every month as well as at Premarket and High Point Market,” said Jim Telleysh, senior vice president. “In the showroom they can experience many of the frames first hand and compare swatches. Orders can be placed through their area sales reps or by contacting our customer service.”

As part of the program, designers can order Christina @ HOME, designer Christina Anstead’s new upholstery and occasional accents collection; the Spectra USA upholstery program;

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Sheraton Hotels unveils revamped interior design | News

Sheraton Hotels & Resorts has unveiled its refreshed interior ambitions in a series of hotels around the world.

Sheraton Phoenix Downtown, USA; Sheraton Denver Downtown, USA; Sheraton Tel Aviv, Israel; Sheraton Grand Dubai, UAE; Sheraton Guangzhou, China and Sheraton Mianyang, China, have all had the makeover.

Following an announcement from Marriott in 2018 of its plans to refresh the brand for modern travellers, the completion of the renovations at these hotels is an important milestone in the reinvention journey.

There is now momentum building for the transformation, with over 40 hotels around the world expected to reflect the new brand vision by the end of 2022.

“This is a pivotal moment for Sheraton as we see hotel owners embracing the new vision and bringing it to life for the first time,” said Amanda Nichols, senior director and global brand leader of Sheraton Hotels.

“Over the past 80 years, Sheraton has always offered guests the time-honoured assurance of a welcoming community.”

Drawing on its roots as a community hub for locals and guests at flagship locations globally, the new approach for Sheraton creates an intuitive and holistic experience with places to connect, be productive and feel part of something.

The layered

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Tesla unveils new Model S with a new interior design, half a steering wheel, and a complete gaming experience

Tesla has unveiled a refresh of its super successful Model S saloon. The refresh has been highly anticipated by Tesla enthusiasts and is the first major redesign of the company’s flagship car since it first launched in 2012. The new Model S features a brand-new interior, an updated powertrain, and most surprisingly, a new steering wheel design right out of a science fiction movie.

The biggest changes to the car can be seen on the inside in what Tesla describes as an “entirely new interior”. Firstly, the signature huge touchscreen in the middle of the dashboard has been rotated 90 degrees from a portrait to a landscape orientation like the Model 3 and Model Y. Its size has also increased to 17 inches. The dashboard design has completely changed, taking a more minimal approach with a thin strip of wood running on top and continuing onto the door panels. The driver’s gauge cluster is the same 12.3 inch screen as before, but it’s housing has been made simpler.

There’s also a new 8 inch screen in the rear, behind the newly design center console and arm rests. The new Model S also gains a significant amount of processing power, with

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CB2 Unveils Next in Design Report, Forecasting Interior Trends for 2021

CHICAGO, Jan. 27, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Today CB2 releases its first-ever Next in Design Report, uncovering a fresh take on interior design trends for 2021, as well as a look back at 2020 and what CB2 customers were adding to their carts during a year where we spent more time at home than ever before.

The report reveals four major trends setting the pace for a new era of design. CB2 surveyed more than 900 interior designers from its Design Trade Program to find out their predictions for 2021 trends and what products and materials are most in-demand from their clients.

Despite the challenges faced last year, 2021 is a whole new mood, driven by the following trends:

  • The Iconic Self: 2021 is a year focused on unapologetic self-expression. From bold statement pieces, large furniture and oversized decor, to a fresh love of vintage, these trends will be positively ushering us into a new era of design, with 64{ac967ad544075fb2f6bcea1234f8d91da186cac15e616dc329e302b7c7326b8c} of interior designers surveyed planning to incorporate bold statements into their 2021 designs.
  • Home 2.0: Our homes wore many hats last year—teaching us that our space has the potential to be so much more. Say hello to more
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