Who says white goods have to be white?

If you have always thought that kitchen appliances were boring, then you clearly haven’t taken a look at the fantastic range of pop-art kitchen appliances at Very.co.uk.

Whilst the gadgets in your kitchen might have been traditionally known as ‘white goods’, the reality is that white is definitely being overtaken by much more striking and interesting alternatives. If you want a touch of any colour adding to your kitchen, then it is incredibly easy to do thanks to modern kitchen appliances.

From coffee makers and microwaves through to toasters and kettles, it has never been easier to add a splash of impactful colour to your kitchen, without getting out the paint brushes.

For example, take the humble kettle – now given a modern twist thanks to Tefal and their Classique Kettle.

This 1.5 litre kettle looks incredibly cool with its retro rounded styling and funky red finish, making it a real attention grabber.

If you are more of a coffee drinker, then you’ll probably know that coffee machines are very much in fashion at the moment. With coffee culture spreading, more and more people are trying to become a barista in their very own home, so why not join them with this Gaggia Espresso Pure Coffee Maker?

With a coffee filter for one and two cups of ground coffee and a special filter for ESE pods, this is great for sharing a drink with friends.

With a chromed brass filter holder and ring ensures, not only does this bright red coffee machine look great but it also keeps to a consistent temperature. The panarello steamer rotates for easy access to froth milk in seconds and also delivers hot water for tea and other hot drinks.

If you see yourself as something of a chef in the home, then take a look at this fantastic Kenwood Barcelona Kmix Mixer KMX80.

The retro-styled Kmix kitchen machine brings together a full pastry kit including balloon whisk, K-beater and dough hook to ensure the most simple to the most indulgent recipes can be created using the one machine.

To complete the retro style, we’re going to stick with this Kenwood Boutique Toaster – a product that really doesn’t need much of a description. Just look at that striking pink colour! If pink isn’t your preference, other colours are available.

7th October 2011
Written by Very_Lauren

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