We believe in our products and so do some of the country’s top homes and interiors magazine’s.
Our cookers have recently featured in Ideal Home and Style at Home magazine in editorial spreads which look at the kitchens of a couple of our customers and how they approached two very different design challenges.
Bron Armor’s pink and grey kitchen in her Victorian townhouse in south Wales involved repurposing rooms by turning a dining room into a kitchen. It has our De’Longhi Vintage three cavity cooker in gloss black (D3VR 908 DF BL) as the focal point for the whole scheme and says Bronwen: “The range cooker was at the top of my wish list and needed to be exactly 90cm wide to fill the full width of the alcove we were excavating in a blocked-up chimney breast.”
In creating her perfect rather eclectic kitchen, Bron was also keen to point out that it took a while to find the right one as it not only had to look good but perform well and not break the bank.
In the feature, Style at Home editor Ruth Corbet describes our De’Longhi Range Cooker as “a perfect fit” for Bron’s eclectic industrial style which “with its mix of copper and pink makes her kitchen cool but friendly. It’s great to see it used as an example on Ideal Home’s website as how a good-looking range cooker can be the focal point of a design scheme. You can read the article here.
A double cavity, slate grey range cooker (D3VR 908 DF Slate) also from our Vintage collection, is a striking addition to Kirsty Karden’s kitchen makeover at her three-bedroom Edwardian semi in Surrey and featured in Ideal Home magazine.