The Hannover Collection of ceramic wall tiles from Porcelanosa.
FanSynch by Fanimation.
A bathroom from Kartell by Laufen.
Cabinets in Stone Grey by Poggenpohl.
SieMatic's interior accessories system.
The Falling Water series from Best Tile.

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Renovation 101

A geometric motif of interlocking triangles creates an eye-catching, three-dimensional effect in the Hannover Collection of ceramic wall tiles from Porcelanosa. Available in 12-by-35-inch format, they have the texture of brushed stone and come in white or tan.

FanSync by Fanimation lets you control your ceiling fan with a smartphone by pairing the two via Bluetooth. Install the remote receiver in the canopy of most pull-chain-operated ceiling fans. Then download the app to your phone. Available at Annapolis Lighting in Rockville, Maryland.

Italian bath-product manufacturer Laufen has teamed with Italy’s Kartell, a modern furniture company, to create Kartell by Laufen. This co-designed collection of furniture, accessories and bath products includes a washbasin and faucet atop a vanity and open shelf unit.

Poggenpohl has launched a soft, neutral cabinet finish called Stone Grey, available either in a melamine resin coating or a hydro or high-gloss varnish. Stone Grey is a shade that complements natural wooden surfaces, adding warmth to spare, contemporary spaces.

SieMatic’s aluminum interior accessories system maximizes organization and efficiency in any kitchen. In-drawer cubbies, angled knife-blocks and anti-slip inserts are just a few of the innovative features available to homeowners who want to customize and streamline their storage space. Available through Konst;

Part of the Blended Look Collection from Best Tile, the Falling Water series of porcelain tiles combines the looks of petrified wood and stone polished by water. The tiles, in gray, beige and white tones, are created using digital inkjet technology; suitable for floor and wall use.