Updated: Jan 18, 2021
As we say our goodbyes to 2020, we're looking forward to a new year of exciting products and trends from our favorite home design brands. While spending the better half of 2020 in the quarters of your home, you probably had ample time to dream up a few changes and transformations. Whether you're thinking large or small scale, we've gathered some of our favorite Sub-Zero and Wolf products that you can incorporate into your home for additional functionality and design!
Coming Spring 2021 Sub-Zero, Wolf, and Cove are launching a new series of appliances. Wolf is releasing a new series of next-generation induction ranges.
Induction cooking has gained popularity among chefs and cooking connoisseurs alike because of the energy-efficient and time-saving qualities. In as little as 1-2 minutes you can boil a pot of water or heat a pan of oil. Induction ranges are great because they are quicker, safer, and more energy-efficient than alternative options.
What exactly is induction cooking?
Wolf describes induction cooking as, "magnetism that allows the ultrafast, energy-efficient surface elements to heat up instantly and with perfectly distributed heat.
Heat generation stops the instant you turn off the element or remove the pan. The cooktop’s surface remains cool. Your kitchen stays cooler too". If you choose the induction route, be careful to buy pots and pans that are induction compatible or they won't work on the surface.
Stylish under-counter refrigeration units add that next level of functionality and elegance to your space. Wine units are a great addition to your kitchen- or just about any room- because they are compact, stylish, and functional.
A standard 24" under-counter wine unit from Sub-Zero can hold up to 46 bottles of
your favorite vino. For the wine connoisseurs, the unit keeps your whites and reds at different temperatures and has humidity control to keep the corks from drying out. Other Sub-Zero under-counter fridge units can be personalized and combined as a wine unit, ice-maker, or all refrigeration unit. Think outside the box - the adaptability of design and function makes these a sophisticated addition to your master suite, office, outdoor kitchen, or media room.
Our designers love incorporating under counter refrigeration units into different spaces of their client's house. These units add an elevated look by blending in with custom cabinets or standing alone.
Outdoor kitchens have made a huge comeback over the last year thanks in part to months of quarantining at home and the influx of home renovations. What sets an outdoor kitchen apart from just a grill is the customization of appliances and features that allow you to not only cook your food but also prepare, store, sautee, clean, and many other things.
With warmer weather just around the corner, you may be considering transforming part of your patio or yard into an outdoor kitchen, and we have some great appliances and ideas for you to consider.
Wolf offers top of the line outdoor kitchen appliances like grills, refrigeration, ice-makers, side burners, and ventilation units that can be customized to any custom outdoor kitchen. Wolf's selection of grills are offered in several different sizes and feature a rotisserie rack, an external reading thermometer, halogen lighting, and an easy-to-open hood.
When creating a custom outdoor kitchen, the wide selection of appliances is useful in tailoring each design to the client's needs and wants. For our clients who are heavy cookers, we'd suggest incorporating extra counter space, side burners, and a warming drawer. If you're more of an entertainer consider an under-counter beverage center and ice machine.
What's your "must-have" in an outdoor kitchen?