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2. GE Monogram's pizza oven.

3. Bertazzoni’s 30 4-Induction Zones, Electric Self-Clean oven.

4.The Ki collection for Scavolini.

5. Miele's Gas on Glass cooktop.

6. True’s under-counter 24-inch Wine Cabinet.

7. Poggenpohl’s +STAGE storage unit (breakfast unit pictured).

8. The IKON Apron Front Single Bowl sink from Blanco.

9. Rohl’s Single Bowl Stainless Steel Kitchen Sink.

10. Big Chill's Retro Microwave.

11. Wolf's contemporary gas cooktop.

12. Top Knobs' Barrington Collection (the Channing series is pictured).

13. The K2005 touch-free swivel faucet by Cinaton.

1. Geotiles' Cover collection, pictured in the Acero hue.

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A buffet of innovative products makes cooking easy

1. SUBTLE STYLE  Spanish company Gentiles’ porcelain-tile collection, Cover, brings subtle style to the kitchen. Pictured here, the Cover Acero hue in both a plain and a decorative version with hints of blue. The large-format tiles come in square and rectangular shapes. Available in the U.S. through Tile of Spain. tileofspainusa.com; geotiles.com

2. PIZZA TIME  Create the perfect slice in your own kitchen with GE Monogram’s new 30-inch pizza oven. LCD controls allow the cook to select from a variety of pizza and roasting settings. With an interior ventilation system, it requires no special installation. Available through Appliance Distributors Unlimited. adu.com; monogram.com

3. IN THE OVEN  Bertazzoni’s 30 4-Induction Zones, Electric Self-Clean oven unites an induction-heat cooktop and an oven with nine functions including convection, baking, roasting and warming. It also features a quadruple-glass door and pyrolytic easy-clean oven linings. us.bertazzoni.com

4. TURNING JAPANESE  The word “Ki” means both bowl and wood in Japanese—making it a perfect name for this collection of melamine containers and wood shelving for the kitchen, designed by Japanese studio Nendo for Scavolini. The Ki collection works with a range of kitchen layouts; the shape of the containers is echoed in the sink and hood designs. Available through Scavolini in Georgetown. scavolini.us

5. CONTROL TOP  Miele’s Gas on Glass cooktop boasts a sleek, black-glass surface designed for even heat distribution and easy cleanup. Stainless-steel knobs on an electronic control panel operate the burners without the necessity of holding the controls down. The 24- or 36-inch-wide cooktop features removable, dishwasher-safe grates. Available at Miele’s showroom in Tysons Corner. mieleusa.com

6. WINE ROOM  True’s under-counter 24-inch Wine Cabinet stylishly stores up to 45 bottles behind stainless glass or overlay glass doors. LED interior lighting comes in 14 color options, and low-E, double-pane glass protects against UV light, temperature fluctuation, humidity and vibration. Available in a single or dual-zone version through M&M Appliance. mandmappliance.com; true-residential.com

7. MOVABLE FEAST  Poggenpohl’s +STAGE is a storage unit designed and named for a particular location and function—for example, bar, office, breakfast or kitchen. Equipped with slide-in doors, the units come in different heights and colors. The breakfast unit (above) offers shelving, a mini-fridge, drawers, handy surfaces and more. Available at Poggenpohl in Cady’s Alley and Chevy Chase. poggenpohl.com

8. KITCHEN SINK  The IKON Apron Front Single Bowl sink from Blanco brings modern style to the traditional apron-front basin. Made of SILGRANIT, an engineered product by Blanco, it is resistant to extreme heat, scratches and stains. Available in Anthracite, White or Café Brown (pictured) and with an optional floating grid accessory. blanco-germany.com

9. DEFT DESIGN  An indented design gives Rohl’s commercial-grade Single Bowl Stainless Steel Kitchen Sink improved function and a fresh look. The indentation holds convenient accessories including a cutting board, grating kit, colander and dish rack, while insulating “quiet coat” technology muffles the clanging of pots and dishes. rohlhome.com

10. RETRO COOL  Big Chill’s vintage-style appliances come with an energy-efficient, up-to-date performance. The Retro Microwave, above in bold purple, offers 1,200 watts of cooking power; non-sensor reheat, cook and defrost cycles; a recessed-glass turntable; and sensor cooking. Available with or without legs, in 200 custom and nine standard colors. bigchill.com

11. LOW PROFILE  The sleek Wolf contemporary gas cooktop maintains a low profile, sitting flush with the countertop for an integrated look. Control knobs can be mounted to any cabinet panel. The cooktop, which boasts Wolf’s most powerful dual-stacked burner with a total BTU output of 20,000, is available through Fretz Corporation. fretz.com; subzero-wolf.com

12. CHIC COLLECTION  Top Knobs’ extensive Barrington Collection of decorative cabinet hardware is divided into five series: Edgewater, Brookline, Somerdale, Channing and Glass and Crystal Knobs. The collection is available in a range of complementary shapes and sizes, and in six finishes. topknobs.com

13. HANDS FREE  The K2005 touch-free swivel faucet by Cinaton blends spare, modern style with cutting-edge technology. Infrared sensors control temperature and water flow, among other functions; features include a 150-degree spout rotation, preset functions to be determined by the user, and a pause function. Available in a brushed or polished nickel finish. cinaton.com

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