H&D Hotlist #133: New design products, furniture and accessories
Red is such an intense colour that many of us shy away from using it for interior surfaces. But fear not, there are subtler reds out there, including this Graph Colour collection from Italian brand Ceramica Vogue.
Featuring fine lines inspired by millimetre paper used for precision drawings, the red variant lends a celebratory air while still being subtle and playful. The collection is available in many colour variants.
The Graph collection by Ceramica Vogue is available from Hafary, price upon request.
A CUT ABOVE THE REST
Whether you are a budding home chef or a novice, you need a great knife in the kitchen. Kineo, WMF’s newest knife series, features a variety of modern and elegant blades with Performance Cut, the brand’s advanced precision technology that maintains cutting performance.
Whether carving roasts into wafer-thin slices or dicing onions, Kineo’s sleek design ensures stability and balance when cutting for any chef – regardless of their skill level. The ergonomic handle nestles perfectly in the hand for a comfortable grip, making it ideal for cooking up a storm.
Available online at Lazada and Shopee and in major department stores at an introductory price of $239 (UP $569) for a set of six.
A vacuum cleaner that separates liquids, dust and other particles into waste-specific compartments? Yes please. For any homeowner who has faced difficulty cleaning out the disposal compartment, the Hizero F803’s system makes things much more hygienic.
Dust is collected in a tank for dirty water, so you can toss it out without worrying about triggering allergies from floating particles. It’s also got a 60-minute run time per full charge, and at 60 decibels, it’s quieter than most standard vacuum cleaners.
The Hizero F803 retails for $999 at major departmental stores, specialised home appliance stores, and online platforms Lazada and Shopee.
Did you know that over 90 million tonnes of harmful chemical products are used every year for general cleaning and released back into the environment? And that of the 1.6 million tonnes of domestic waste disposed of in 2018, one-third is made up of packaging?
Swiss cleaning solution brand Aquama uses refillable top-up points to reduce plastic waste. Its Spray Indigo bottle retails for just $6.99 and is refillable. Using the mobile app, customers can top up their e-wallets and operate the fully automatic machines to fill up their bottles. The first refill is complimentary, and subsequent refills are $2.99 per 600ml.
Aquama retails at The Green Collective at Funan, its home cleaning products retailing from $6.99 to $209.