Danze. Known for kitchen and bath faucets, the manufacturer has expanded into bath furniture, toilets, and lavatories. Its latest offering is the contemporary Ziga Zaga Collection of vessel sinks that feature a mix of oval and rectangular shapes. Made from vitreous china, the sinks are designed to be paired with the 30-inch freestanding Ziga Zaga vanity with Zebra veneer. 888-328-2383. www.danze.com. –Nigel Maynard
TimberTech. Featuring post cap lights, baluster-mounted accent lights, post-mounted accent lights, and stair riser lights, the DeckLites product line is a customizable low-voltage lighting solution to stylishly illuminate the maker’s decks. The post-cap and baluster lights are specifically designed to fit TimberTech’s RadianceRail and Ornamental Rail systems. Easy electrical connections let installers run up to 30 lights from one 300-watt transformer. DeckLites are sold individually so homeowners and designers can create a lighting scheme that’s ideal for each deck. www.timbertech.com. 800-307-7780. –Lauren Hunter
Wayne-Dalton. Utilizing Z-Wave wireless technology, the Home Manager provides easy access and management of a network of home controls, including lighting, HVAC, and security. Homeowners can easily configure the system, add devices, and create custom scenes via an on-screen wizard. Lighting, temperature, and lawn irrigation can be set up to maximize conservation. www.wayne-dalton.com. –Katy Tomasulo
Kohler. Offering discreet assistance, the Belay tile-in handrail subtly recesses into the wall. It is made of two aluminum extrusions, one creating the grip rail, and the other mounting flush to the wall. Belay comes in a standard 30- or 54-inch length, which can be cut to accommodate custom sizes. Five finishes are available. 800-456-4537. www.kohler.com. –Vicky Markovitz
Crossville. Echo glass tiles are made from post-industrial recycled content that ranges from 10 percent to 100 percent depending on color. Ideal for walls, countertops, and floors, the tiles are made from centuries-old techniques where the product is cast from translucent glass that is textured on the front and back. It’s available in 15 colors, three finishes, and five sizes. 800-221-9093. www.crossvilleinc.com. –N.M.
Redstone Custom Door. Relatively new to the U.S. market, this company offers custom sliding and folding exterior doors in wood and metal cladding, including copper. Doors feature laminated-veneer-lumber cores and veneer skins that result in stiles and rails that are dimensionally stable. Virtually any size, design, door configuration, and wood species are available. 801-708-7290. www.redstonedoor.com. –N.M.
LiteSteel Beam. Made from cold-formed, lightweight steel, LiteSteel Beams (LSB) combine the strength of steel with the workability normally associated with wood beams and headers. The LSB design incorporates two fully welded hollow flanges and a flat, thin web that combine for maximum structural performance and load-carrying capacity. Suitable as basement, garage, roof, and ridge beams; long-span headers; and floor and deck supports, LSB weighs only 7.5 pounds per linear foot and can be cut to length on the jobsite with a circular saw, and drilled, screwed, bolted, and nailed using standard professional tools. It is available in 12 sizes ranging in nominal beam depth from 8 to 14 inches. www.litesteelbeam.com. 877-285-2607. –L.H.
Tonusa. The cabinet manufacturer has teamed up with esteemed designer Fu-Tung Cheng to create elements, a contemporary line of cabinets that offer elevated design at a moderate price. Designed to evoke warm modernism, the line includes a variety of luxurious and sustainable materials such as Forest Stewardship Council-certified Plyboo bamboo doors, 3-Form resin sliding panels, and recycled aluminum cabinet boxes. The series offers flexible component layout, integrated accessories, and soft-close hinges and door runners. 626-961-8700. www.tonusa.com. –N.M.
Heat & Glo by Hearth & Home Technologies. Part of the company’s Modern Collection, the LUX60 is a 60-inch direct-vent gas fireplace for buyers who want to make a style statement. Instead of faux logs, flames originate from a sculptural burner of randomly placed stainless steel tubes, and LED lights in the refractory create yet another dramatic effect with or without the flames. A sealed combustion system keeps carbon monoxide, nitrogen dioxide, and excess moisture from entering the home. www.hearthnhome.com. –N.M.
Fi-Foil. GFP (Gas-Filled Panel) insulation is filled on site with argon, krypton, or xenon gas to provide an R-value up to 11. The product consists of two external foil/polymer laminates and internal aluminum metalized films; as gas fills the chamber, the product expands to form an internal honeycomb structure. The design and components address three methods of heat transfer: radiation, conduction, and convection. GFP is fiber free, does not off-gas, is mold resistant, and ships flat, the company says. 800-448-3401. www.fifoil.com. –K.T.