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7 Supermodel Appliances We Love

There’s a certain sleek, catwalk-worthy style to the latest appliances.

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1. All In

Bosch’s new Home Connect 800 series brings together all the key kitchen elements, including its signature built-in stainless steel coffee system ($4,000). Skinny lattes, frothy cappuccinos or restrained ristrettos can all be brewed from a touch screen—anywhere in the home. bosch-home.ca

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2. Hot Stuff

Part of a new collection from Jenn-Air, this induction wok module cooktop ($3,299) has a flush-to-counter concave design that cradles a round-bottomed wok. With 3,600-watts of high-tech induction power, it’s like that singular accessory that adds oomph to a tailored outfit. jennair.ca

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3. Fresh Faced

There’s a new look for one of the classics. The 36-inch Wolf contemporary gas cooktop ($3,999) sits flush to the countertop with control knobs that mount on the cabinet panel you choose, and there are seamless porcelain coated cast-iron grates that let you slide pots and pans to and fro. Of course, those iconic red knobs are always an option. subzero-wolf.com

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4. Under Wraps

KitchenAid’s fully integrated dishwasher with “pocket handle” ($1,699) takes on whatever style you want. The black stainless steel (smudge-proof) finish and minimalist design blend in with barely a whisper (it’s also one of the quietest models at 39 decibels)—but if you want a closer look, a front display panel reveals its hidden underpinnings and controls. kitchenaid.ca

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5. New Modern

The pro dual-fuel steam range ($20,785), a showstopper in Dacor’s new Modernist collection, melds high function with haute form. It’s a choreography among wifi-enabled touchscreen tech (the panel tilts out and knobs illuminate), big flexing BTUs, and graphite-stainless steel gleam (with stainless steel insides that match in lustre). dacor.com

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6. Ice, Ice, Baby

For bartenders in the know, the right ice can make or break a drink. Now Dacor’s column freezer ($10,960) brings that crafty cocktail ice home. Its dual icemaker provides an always-ready supply of larger, clearer ice (minimal dilution and maximal “cool” factor), as well as standard-sized chunks. dacor.com



Designer’s Pick by Nyla Free

“With the largest fully usable cooking surface, Thermador’s Masterpiece series Freedom induction cooktop is my go-to suggestion to clients looking for high performance, precision and power. I love its minimal design and touch controls. It’s smart, too! If you need to move a pot to another area of the cooktop, it will transfer the programmed settings to the new position of the pan.” thermador.ca

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