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Designer appliances for luxury living at KBIS 2016

A new line of luxury

Signature Built-in Side-by-Side Refrigerator (UPSXB2627S)

Smarter cooling

Signature Electric Slide-in Range (UPSE3024ST)

Heating up the high-end market

Practicality and looks

Signature Kitchen Suite fully-integrated dishwasher (UPDF9904ST)

Quiet as a mouse

SmartRacks

TurboSteam

Luxury pizza?

GE Monogram Pizza Oven

A properly charred crust

Seven heating elements -- one great-tasting pizza

Electrolux Perfect Steam EFLS617

Cleaning to the max

Controlled mechanics

Electrolux Perfect Steam dryer EFLS617S

Electrolux Expressionist Coffee Maker

High-tech java

Delayed start

Obsidian inside

Grill like a gaucho

Smoking hot robotics

An oven speed demon

Kitchen coffee upgrade

Want high-end appliances that would make your neighbors throw a jealous fit? If so, the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show in Las Vegas had plenty to offer. Click through to see the new, drool-inducing appliances on display at the show.

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LG launched a new brand of luxury appliances. Called Signature, the company kicked off the line with a high-end fridge, oven and dishwasher.

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The Signature refrigerator costs a whopping $9,800 and is designed to compete with brands such as Viking and Sub-Zero

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It's a built-in side-by-side with 25.6 cubic feet of space and app-enabled smarts.

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Along with the fridge, the new Signature line includes this glamorous $5,000 electric slide-in range.

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A convection oven on the bottom with continuous grates on top and polished stainless everywhere else, the oven certainly looks the part of a luxury appliance.

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The oven offers 6.3 cubic feet of space, and the range connects to your Wi-Fi network, letting you check its status from afar. You can also use the app to directly address maintenance issues with the Signature line's dedicated concierge service.

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Rounding out the list of the Signature brand's initial offerings, the 24-inch fully integrated dishwasher also comes with smarts and the line's concierge service.

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The new dishwasher will run at a whisper-quiet 40 decibels.

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It offers flexible racks for loading oddly shaped dishes.

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It also sports steam vents so you don't have to worry about prerinsing.

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Moving on from the Signature line, can a dedicated pizza oven actually make a better pie?

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Better pizza is the promise of the $9,900 GE Monogram Pizza Oven, which reaches temps up to 800 degrees Fahrenheit (427 Celsius) in around 30 minutes.

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Those high temps allow the oven to create Neapolitan style crust with its traditional crispy char.

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The results were pretty tasty.

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Electrolux's newest washer and dryer aren't outrageously expensive, but still have luxurious features.

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The $1,100 EFLS617 washer mixes water and soap in a special chamber before the cycle begins. Electrolux claims this allows the machine to achieve new heights in cleaning capability.

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The Electrolux washer also tries to maximize cleaning power by precisely controlling the mechanical movement of the machine.

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The $1,100 Electrolux Perfect Steam Dryer not only eliminates moisture, but supposedly removes wrinkles and refreshes your clothes by removing 99.9 percent of bacteria.

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Electrolux also showed off the company's $150 thermal coffee maker at KBIS.

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Complete with a water filter, the machine brews a cup of joe with an Advanced Brewing System that aims to extract better aromas and flavors from your beans.

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You can also set the coffee maker to automatically start up to 24 hours in advance.

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With a distinctive black interior, LED lighting and sturdy steel drawers, the Jenn-Air Obsidian line of refrigerators is quite stunning.

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Up your outdoor grilling game with the Gaucho Grill by Kalamazoo Outdoor Gourmet. For $18,000, this massive machine lets you cook with a wood fire and rotisserie in high Argentinian style.

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Another wild appliance by Kalamazoo is the Smoker Cabinet, a $12,000 automated smoker that cooks with computerized control.

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Billed by Viking as the "fastest oven in the world," the Viking TurboChef wall oven will set you back $12,599.

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Forget K-Cups -- why not add a built-in espresso and coffee machine to your kitchen wall? The $3,800 Miele CVA 6800 coffee system lets you do just that.

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