If elegant yet heavy-duty surfaces are what you are searching for, you might just find your ideal countertop in the Dekton Stonika collection. With high resistance against UV rays, these surfaces allow you to enjoy cooking, both indoors and outdoors, without concern that it may lose its colour over time. The collection also comes in several colourways – Olimpo, Bergen, Arga, Taga (pictured), Sogne and Korso – so that there is an option for everyone.
The Dekton Stonika collection is available for viewing at Cosentino, 34/35 Duxton Road.
Keep your home well-ventilated with the Novita Greenfan F-2, which is equipped with advanced mechatronic programming to offer a mode that simulates natural breeze. Apart from that, it has an improved arc blade design that reduces noise level as well as air resistance, so you can feel the breeze up to 8m away. Best of all, it features a matte finish that blends seamlessly into the design of any contemporary home.
The Greenfan F-2 retails for $169. Find it at all Novita outlets.
THE BEST OF BOTH WORLD
Ever get frustrated when your air-conditioner takes too long to cool the room down? If you face this issue often, perhaps the Acorn Veloce DC-160 fan is just what you need. Its forwardreverse mode moves cool air near the ceiling down to the floor, helping the room get cool a lot quicker. Take your pick from three sophisticated colours – Matte Black, Matte White and Sand Gold (pictured).
The Acorn Veloce is priced at $349. Visit www.acornceilingfan.com or call 6445-6144 for details.
ALL ABOUT THAT TASTE
Dry heat, when combined with steam, makes all the difference in your food. While the dry heat helps to achieve crispy edges, the steam helps to seal in natural moisture, producing a variety of tasty and succulent dishes – from meat to vegetables, and even desserts. This deluxe combi-steam oven from Electrolux features 16 cooking functions for versatility, as well as an Ultrafan Plus that helps to cook dishes evenly.
The Electrolux EOB8857AAX Steam Oven retails for $4,199 at authorised retailers.
TEXT MARIE QUEK