3 Highstreet brands with stunning kitchen appliances
Finally. Countertop-worthy kitchen appliances that you will actually want to keep out. From a Memphis’ dream collection by George Swoden for Hay, to a minimalist collection by Naoto Fukasawa for Muji. Whatever your preferred style, there is something for everyone, scroll on down to see the full collections. Muji x Naoto Fukasawa Muji - the minimalist dream store filled with the chicest storage solutions for all areas of your life. From the wardrobe to the kitchen, there is an abundance of clever boxes, trays & innovative solutions for all. I always come back for their stackable perspex boxes to help me store & display my stash of jewellery, hair ties & random bits & bobs in a uniformed way. In 2013 muji collaborated with Naoto Fukasawa to design a new range of electrical appliances & 7 years on the range is still going strong. I love the range & everything it stands for. Affordable, simple and best of all - small! The minimal footprint makes this range an absolute dream for all those living in bijoux size homes like me. The range consists of a toaster, juicer, rice cooker, radio & CD player. Not sure if anyone out there still has their old CDs, but if you do - this could be the best way to get back into them. Hay x George Sowden Danish furniture & accessories brand Hay has dropped 2 new products and we couldn't be happier. The new toaster & kettle designed by George Sowden is an extension of the Sowden x Hay range which is currently made up of reusable water bottles, teapots & cups, salt & pepper grinders, along with many more kitchen accessories. The new releases mark the Scandinavian company’s first foray into electrical appliances. They are bold & striking - not like any kitchen appliances I have ever encountered & I am thoroughly pleased that someone is challenging the way we see electrical appliances - they can be decorative as well as functional objects. Zara Home x Smeg Zara Homes latest Autumn Winter 2020 collection is a-washed with the most blissful campaign. Set in a lovely neutral palette, the home collection evokes a French farmhouse with a rustic yet modern twist with acacia wooden chopping boards and lovely terracotta serve-ware. New to the Zara Home collection is a range of SMEG appliances including a blender, toaster, juicer and kettle, all available in cream or black for the perfect combination of modern technology with retro design.