Thinking of having a new kitchen installed? Whether you splash big on a luxury kitchen, or go for an economy makeover of your existing kitchen space, it is often the little details that make all the difference. This is where kitchen gadgets can play a huge part in creating the style you’re after.
When putting the finishing touches to the new look of your kitchen, seek out classic designs that have stood the test of time against the ever changing fashion of kitchen trends.
The iconic design of a SMEG fridge is sure to add a retro feel to any kitchen. This Italian manufacturer has been making distinctive fridges and fridge freezers since the 1950s. Tastefully elegant and unique, SMEG fridges come in a wide range of colour options to complement any kitchen design.
From a modest factory in 1950s Holland to kitchens all over the world, Brabantia make bins that don’t need to be hidden away. Their iconic stainless steel Push Bin is a classic pedal bin design that remains unsurpassed in quality and style to this day.
Would you believe that the KitchenAid Stand Mixer is nearly 100 years old? It was launched in the USA in 1919 after a design by Herbert Johnson. Now with annual worldwide sales of more than $20 billion, it’s a revered kitchen appliance loved by professional chefs and amateur home cooks alike.
This classic toaster design dates back to 1952 and a German-born entrepreneur who settled in Britain (who later received a CBE for his services to British manufacturing). A virtually unchanged design incorporating a 6-slice toaster with a built-in timer, this toaster can be admired in many homes today.
Juicy Salif Lemon Juicer
Designed by French product designer Philippe Starck in the 1980s – reputedly from a sketch on a pizzeria napkin – and manufactured by Italian kitchen utensil giant Alessi, this citrus press combines innovative postmodernist design and superb functionality in one visually striking object.