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Suitable for applications on vertical surfaces, Smart Tiles provide a DIY solution for unsightly backsplashes or walls. The adhesive tiles can be installed without special tools. Though heat- and...
An LED readout tells you the water’s temperature—no guesswork needed. The hand shower features six spray settings and an 82-inch hose.
This remote-controlled fixture allows you to fill your tub remotely to your desired temperature.
Flush by waving a hand—no need to worry about what’s lurking on a toilet’s lever. To make your current commode touch-free, a retrofit kit ($100) is available.
Turn brushing your teeth into a melodious moment with this design that streams music via Bluetooth to hidden speakers.
The faucet turns on or off with a simple tap—a boon for those afflicted with arthritis (or dirty hands). Available in Grohe’s Starlight chrome or SuperSteel InfinityFinish.
“Using the technology in smartphone screens, this surface can be used as a touch screen or as a protective overlay,” Andrew Dent says. A chemical process gives it unparalleled strength...
Maintaining that clean, just-purchased look in products is often a challenge at home. “The film can be used as a fingerprint-resistant coating for glass, metals, and other hard...
“The anorganic aerogel–based flexible insulation panel gives superior insulating properties compared to standard blown foam or glass-fiber batting.” Instead of spray-foam...
“This is a way to create large-format imagery for interior spaces that mimic hotel interiors.” The Italian company can render virtually any digital image onto resin tiles of...
The material offers a strong alternative to natural stone. Its manufacturing process “gives the surface virtually zero porosity, ensuring excellent scratch resistance, high resistance to...
The gradient in this pressed-glass product offers privacy while still allowing light to shine through. It’s available in a wealth of customizable colors and patterns.
An abstracted camouflage graphic adorns the porcelain tile. It’s rectified—meaning mechanically finished on all sides—to achieve uniformity and evenness.
Made from formaldehyde-free plywood, the wall tiles can be configured in myriad ways. The magnetic mounting system is a boon for renters or frequent movers.
The tile comes in glossy, matte, and stucco-like finishes. Nine color options are available, as is matching grout.
Granada has made a name for itself through its Mediterranean-themed offerings, but this cement piece is from its new foray into Nordic motifs.
The triangular metallic tile comes in brass, steel, and black finishes and nine- and 18-inch formats.
Suitable for wall or floor applications in high-traffic areas, the tile has a textile-like look and four mix-and-match patterns.
The high-gloss wall tile is easy to clean and reflects light, making small spaces seem larger.
Postmodern design is about reappropriating elements from the past, and the same is true of this tile line based on Stern’s structures.
A longtime leader in laminates, Wilsonart has taken a leap into quartz slabs starting with user-friendly hues that mimic natural stone.
With palette names like Fog, Pigeon, and Soot, the porcelain stoneware—rendered in versatile chevron, rectangular, and square shapes—reflects London’s landscape.
Aurora is meant to immerse viewers in waves and washes of color.
The GrillO wall-lamp by Elise Fouin features a perforated metal disc that allows light to seep through and be diffused.
This wallpaper is printed with eco-solvent archival ink.