H&D Hotlist #143: New design products, furniture and accessories
Designed by design studio Marcante Testa for Italian brand Ceramica Vogue, the Confetti collection features graphic patterns in nostalgic colours suitable for a wide range of spaces, from commercial to domestic spaces for adults and children.
The tiles come in a single format of 25x25cm and four micro patterns named after Italian cities – Milano, Venezia, Roma and Torino – in six colours and eight solid coloured tiles for mixing and matching.
Ceramica Vogue’s Confetti tile collection starts from $10.50 per sq m from Hafary. Visit www.hafary.com.sg for more information.
If you always find yourself in need of a massage but you don’t have the time for the spa, the Hydragun should be on your radar.
Designed to help people recover faster, this massager features six different speeds, ranging from comfortable to intense, and a 12mm amplitude whose vibration penetrates deep into your muscles.
Elegant and minimal in style, it operates at a smooth purr at 30-50dB, which means you can use it in shared spaces without fear of disturbing those around you.
Used by Olympic and World Champions around the world, you know that’s quality guaranteed.
Hydragun retails at $399 at Hydragun. Visit www.hydragun.sg for more information.
MASTER OF FABRICS
Ironing never has to be a hassle anymore with the Philips PerfectCare 9000 Series Steam Generator Iron.
Equipped with ActiveSense – the world’s first fabric sensing technology – the iron recognises fabrics and automatically adjusts its temperature and steam settings accordingly for effortless ironing and excellent results every time.
Whether cotton, silk, linen or wool, you never have to worry about accidentally damaging your clothes with the wrong settings. Other benefits include a fast cooling system that prevents burns even if the iron is left unattended, and a comfortable grip that makes vertical steaming seamless and easy.
Philips PerfectCare 9000 Series Steam Generator Iron retails at $1,199 at Philips. Visit www.philips.com.sg for more information.
REVIVED & REVAMPED
Marks & Spencer has not had a Home section in its Singapore stores since 1998 in its Centrepoint outlet.
Now, M&S has revived the section at its newly revamped store in Wheelock, which offers kitchen, dining and bedding sections.
The Wheelock store offers an expanded food offering, as well as clothing, body care products, bakery and cafe areas.
M&S has also opened a retail pop-up at 313@Somerset’s former Forever21 store, which will run until February 2022.