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Our favorite people and products are making headlines.
You know we love seeing our incredible Snyder Diamond vendors and products in finished design projects but we also love seeing them online and in print! This week, we’re celebrating terrific recent coverage in some of our favorite magazines. A huge congratulations to everyone here— Thermador, Liebherr, Dacor, Gaggenau, Miele, Sub-Zero Wolf, Cove, Hestan, Bosch, LG Studio, Samsung, KitchenAid, Viking, BlueStar, GE, JennAir, Graff—and the awesome coverage in roundups and home features!
AD Pro 2019 Kitchen Guide: The exclusive trend report for AD PRO members
Upscale Appliance Brands Offer Three-Zone Wine Refrigeration -- Is It Right For Your Home?
“Americans are thirsty for wine, with sales growing steadily year after year and businesses taking note. It’s not just retailers, online merchants and restaurateurs paying attention. The residential appliance industry is tapping into this trend, as well, with increasingly sophisticated wine refrigeration.”
Fire Up the Grill Like a Pro With These 6 Outdoor Barbecue Products
6 Ways You Are Using Your Dishwasher All Wrong
“It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out how to load a dishwasher. Cram in as many dirty dishes as you can possibly fit, load the detergent pod, and press start. Right? Not really! You’ve been doing it all wrong and Coleman Teitelbaum is about to change your sudsing ways.”
The Best Built-In Refrigerators You Can Buy in 2019
And it’s a Two-Fer with California Home & Design Stories Featuring JennAir and Graff
Mid-Century Mogul: Olympian Shaun White puts his passion into preserving a home’s historic character
“I recently found myself spending more time in Palm Springs,” says White, “and thought it would be amazing to have my own little Palm Springs-inspired house in the Hills,” says Shaun White, who worked with designer Rusty Wadatz on the home.
A Natural Fit: Graff fittings adorn a Marin County home
“The finishes are really calm and spa-like,” says the home’s designer, Martin Kobus.