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At six inches in diameter, the petite desktop fan won’t take up much space but will deliver an effective cooling breeze for when temperatures rise. For added versatility, it plugs into a...
When reception is spotty and dropped calls are a reality, nothing beats the reliable landline. This cordless model features a 2.2-inch LCD display and can be answered via a smartphone or tablet...
Aros combines decades of engineering expertise from GE with tech-savvy ingenuity from Quirky. Through the Wink app, the air conditioner can be programmed and controlled remotely and features a...
Without compromising aesthetics, Takeshi Ishiguro’s humidifier quietly delivers a moisture-rich mist to combat dry air. It features four different settings and shuts off automatically if...
Whether mounted to a wall or stationed on its stand, the Red Dot Award–winning Loop delivers crisp, all-encompassing sound in a handsome yet compact package. The Italian-wool cover...
Vifa, a loudspeaker brand that got its start in the 1930s, relaunched into the home audio market this year. The Kvadrat fabric–covered Copenhagen model comes in six colors and sports a matte...
Taking an angular tack to audio electronics, Boom Boom is more akin to an objet d’art than to its brick-like brethren. It’s chargable via USB port or outlet, Bluetooth-enabled,...
First introduced in 1974, the OD-11 retains its minimalist styling but is updated to play cloud-based music. An added bonus: Its app mimics the look and feel of the physical remote (the red knob...
In urban environments, composting can be a challenge—it takes time and space and frequently yields a malodorous aroma. Enter the Food Cycler: In as little as three hours, it quietly turns...
It’s not an app that makes Black + Decker’s new drill smart; it’s an automatic driver that stops when it senses that a screw is flush with the surface. Your DIY and home...
Instead of loading the WA9000 with superfluous tech features, Samsung improved its performance with an increased capacity so it can do more laundry in a single load, a quicker run time that doesn...
Known for retro refrigerators, Smeg has branched out into small appliances. The stand mixer features an aluminum body, stainless-steel bowl, and ten speeds.
Press a button to steam milk and brew coffee for barista-quality beverages. The built-in system automatically cleans itself after creating each drink.
Steam cooking preserves nutrients and helps food retain moisture. The method is popular in Europe, and Bosch is betting American cooks will latch onto the trend
It’s all about fit and finish with Jenn-Air’s luxury refrigerator, which features a stainless-steel exterior and matte-black interior lit by LEDs.
The minimalist PureLine offers built-in ovens, warming drawers, and coffee systems rendered in attractive black glass.
Instead of limiting its heating capabilities to specific areas, the range operates as one large cooking zone to accommodate virtually any pot or pan.
The legendary French manufacturer created a limited-edition line of gas ranges in a palette of Mondrian-esque primary colors.
Assembled in Boulder, Colorado, the energy-efficient appliance is available in over 200 hues. (Big Chill also sells a panel you can use to give your current dishwasher a facelift.)
The 24-inch-wide electric cooker is tailor-made for small spaces. It comes in 15 colors and has two ovens and a boiling-simmering plate.
Shown in Topaz, the collection comes in five additional vibrant colors inspired by jewel tones. It’s made in Reading, Pennsylvania.
Who hasn’t admired Smeg’s retro-inspired fridges? Now the company has a model with a larger capacity and separate freezer, which will be available in late 2015.
This German-made piece is modeled after classic Black Forest design and updated with sleek and modern proportions.
A classic since 1971, when Arne Jacobsen created it for the Danish National Bank in Copenhagan.
Designed by George Nelson in the late 1950s, the Petal Clock has been re-released by Vitra.