Design Trend: Hiding in Plain Sight

BY March 26, 2014

Castro Convertibles also offers now-you-see-it-now-you-don’t 33- and 39-inch ottoman-single beds, and two new limited-edition slipcovers created by Modra Designs and Fernando Apodaca, artist, composer, violinist and film director whose music video for Pearl Jam’s Life Wasted was nominated for a 2006 special effects MTV video award. Apocada’s blue-toned 33-inch Glyph cover, available in a classic design with flared skirt or the more streamlined skinny version, will retail for $1,089 when available online only at castroconvertibles.com. The 33-inch ottoman-bed is $699. Free shipping in the continental U.S.

The above ottoman, unfolded.

Sub-Zero’s largest product roll-out in history includes fully integrated furniture-style cabinetry to hide refrigerators and other appliances – in essence making the kitchen look less like, well, a kitchen. Faucets and an oven may provide the only clues of the room’s actual purpose. It’s the ultimate clean-lined, uncluttered contemporary look we’ve all been embracing since the death of Old World styling. Integrated refrigerators are 84 inches tall and available in widths from 18 to 36 inches. subzero-wolf.com

Nothing to see here. And that's the point of the new collection from Sub-Zero.

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