We have rounded up the 10 most viewed products on Dezeen Showroom of 2022 from over 600 products listed by a range of internationally celebrated brands.
Dezeen Showroom has showcased furniture, lighting and product designs from over 370 recognised companies since its launch in 2020, with the section generating over two million page views in 2022 alone.
Italian brand Falper now designs kitchens as well as bathrooms, and its Small Living Kitchens include islands that aim to make even the most compact food preparation areas feel high-end.
Small Living Kitchen islands distil the elegance and amenities of larger kitchens into compact units, with the option to have a selection of built-in appliances as well as a choice of material finishes.
The seat is available in three sizes – armchair, extra-large armchair and two-seater sofa – and has removable covers that can be made from a wide range of upholstery materials.
Holm wanted to avoid making the booths feel isolating by giving them glass walls with obscuring curtains and wooden slats to maintain privacy and focus.
Atlante panelling is made from solid Italian walnut and is suitable for use in kitchen and living areas.
Swedish design company Massproductions released a chaise longue that provides a comfortable reclined seat without full-length upholstery.
4PM chaise longue is made from laminated wood and has a raised foot rest that doubles as a small side table, with a detachable headrest for added comfort.
Shaal sofa has solid sides that contain deep, thick cushions, which can be upholstered in a range of fabrics including textiles and leather.
Spanish company Gan collaborated with designer Álvaro Catalán de Ocón on a collection of four rugs that are decorated with topographical maps of four global waterways that have been impacted by plastic pollution.
Plastic Rivers rugs are hand made by artisans from 100 per cent recycled PET plastic fibres, which has a durable, soft texture underfoot similar to wool.
Italian bathroom company Agape has released a freestanding iteration of its Ell sink, which features the same flat basin overlaid with a grille that obscures its drain.
Ell washbasin is supported by a slim cylindrical column and comes in a selection of material finishes.
British tile brand Johnson Tiles has expanded its range of floor and wall tiles to include warm-toned orange and red and cool-toned dark grey tiles.
Kerastar tiles are a durable option for high-traffic public areas and come in rectangular, square and hexagonal shapes to create a range of patterns.
Material brand Sustonable has created a range of 100 per cent recyclable surface coverings appropriate for a variety of uses.
Sustonable surfaces are available in a wide choice of patterns including those that mimic traditional stone building materials.
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