LG is launching its new Furniture Concept Appliances at virtual CES 2021 with an interactive experience that lets viewers design a virtual living space with customisable appliances.
These new products blur the line between state-of-the-art home appliances and designer furnishings, and include the high-tech InstaView Door-in-Door refrigerator, microwave, dishwasher, water purifier, WashTower and Styler.
What’s particularly interesting is that these kitchen appliances can blend with any environment thanks to a diversity of luxury materials and contemporary colour schemes that can be mixed and matched to order. LG’s Furniture Concept Appliances offer multiple combinations of materials and colours, allowing buyers to cater for their own personal tastes and décor.
These kitchen appliances can blend with any environment thanks to a diversity of luxury materials and contemporary colour schemes…
The various finishes available include stainless steel, glass, metal, and Fenix, an innovative material with advanced coating technology designed by Arpa Industriale of Italy. Fennix is opaque, fingerprint-resistant and offers tactile touchability.
For their CES debut, visitors will be able to design their dream interior and fill it with LG Furniture Concept Appliances in the colours and finishes of their choice.
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