Monogram Creative Director Richard T. Anuszkiewicz will introduce his debut Designer Collection at tomorrow’s Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS).

Launching its first Designer Collection for Monogram

By Alan Wolf, YSN

As Las Vegas prepares to host the world’s largest home appliance trade show tomorrow, one of the industry’s biggest brands is tipping its hand with a preview of its latest luxury products.

For GE Appliances, this week’s Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS) will serve as the launch pad for its first designer series by renowned interior designer and Monogram Creative Director Richard T. Anuszkiewicz. His new Monogram Designer Collection for GE’s uber premium brand features tailored appliances with unique accents, including custom ventilation hoods and refrigeration panels, as well as bronze and brass handles developed in partnership with the Keeler Brass Co., a renowned U.S. hardware brand.

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Inspired by fine jewelry, the grouping features two thought-provoking aesthetics for custom appliances: For owners looking for a bold design, the Brass Collection presents an elegant aesthetic, based on the fundamentals of classical architecture, in gold and polished hues. In contrast, the Titanium Collection presents a contemporary luxury aesthetic rooted in the art of reductionism, with sleek lines and dark-charcoal muted tones, the vendor said.

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Both feature striking finishes wrapped with sustainably sourced and Greenguard Gold Certified durable leather and state-of-the-art decorative brass trim. The hardware will be manufactured by Keeler, which produces all of its solid brass and bronze luxury hardware domestically.

“I wanted to design a product that was thought-provoking and distinctive, and Keeler Brass Company [together with] Monogram made this possible,” Anuszkiewicz said. “These handles are the definition of craftsmanship, and they embody function and beauty.”

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The Monogram Designer Collection also brings with it the industry’s first 96-inch floor-to-ceiling refrigeration panels, GE said, along with custom hoods that allow owners to personalize their appliances.

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