For many homeowners and cooking enthusiasts, Smeg appliances often feature high on their wishlist for their seamless blend of functionality and looks.
The brand’s 50s-inspired distinct designs are timeless and stunning, acting like jewellery to elevate basic kitchens into something special. With Smeg’s wide range of appliances, there are opportunities to jazz up every corner of your cooking space.
Here are some of our favourite bold and colourful Smeg appliances to spice up your kitchen!
Smeg FAB28 fridge
We’d definitely start with the iconic FAB28 fridge, which now sports a more elegant and brighter interior as well as nifty new features that better preserve the textures, freshness and flavour of your ingredients.
Smeg matte edition
In news that’s sure to thrill fans of the brand, Smeg has launched a special edition of its bestselling kettle and toaster in a soft-touch matte finish to add a new dimension to your kitchen. These will be available in three shades: black, champagne and white.
Smeg Bean-to-Cup coffee machine
To cater to coffee lovers, Smeg recently expanded its line-up with the Bean-to-Cup Coffee Machines, which freshly grind coffee beans and prepare up to six types of caffeinated beverages. Depending on how you like your cup of joe, pick from one of two touch-controlled models.
BCC01 is perfect for a cup of rich black coffee, while the BCC02 model has a milk frothing and steaming function for preparing lattes, cappuccinos and latte macchiatos. To customise the strength of the coffee, both models let you adjust the settings to determine how finely the coffee is ground.
The machines are available in four silver-fronted hues, but this December, the BCC02 will also be available in a special-edition matte black model to make a bolder statement.
Smeg Dolce & Gabbana collection
If you’re seeking a punchy kitchen bursting with even more personality, Smeg’s colourful Dolce & Gabbana collaboration is sure to turn heads.
Rife with references to the brand’s Italian roots and Dolce & Gabbana’s Sicilian origins, the collection of Smeg’s bestsellers (including the FAB28 fridge, kettle and toaster) has been emblazoned by Sicilian artists with regional elements such as lemons, the Trinacria symbol, cart wheels, medieval knights and battle scenes.
Add a few of these eye-catching pieces to your kitchen and you’ll never have a dull moment, that’s for sure.
With so many products and colours to choose from, we certainly recommend a trip down to the Smeg showroom at The Heart, Marina One. Find the best matches for your kitchen as you enjoy tea and coffee made with Smeg appliances!
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