They’ve arrived! Smeg’s new collection of small appliances have hit the high street.

Toaster line up SMALLIncorporating the iconic shape of renowned 50’s Style large appliances, Smeg’s new collection of small appliances offer the colours, curves and character synonymous with the brand. With detail being at the forefront of every design, every last inch of a Smeg product has been considered. And it shows. From the premium materials used, through to the shapes and colours, these carefully designed appliances stylishly add an extra level to both the aesthetics and performance in the kitchen.

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The collection is a continuation of the Smeg’s iconic retro fridges, known for their smooth lines and palate of colours inspired by 1950’s. They are the product of years of intensive research, innovation and precision. This new range of small domestic appliances includes toasters, kettles and stand mixers, all of which are available now. The blenders will be the final addition to the collection and will be available early in 2015.

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          The new range was revealed at the start of the year at Fuori Salone during Milan design week, truly highlighting Smeg’s continuing ability to express and excel the “Made in Italy” design. However, it’s not just the beautiful aesthetics that are to be marvelled at. The small appliances match their looks with performance and unparalleled functionality. A prime example comes with the stand mixer, which features a powerful 800w direct drive motor, along with 10 speeds and a variety of arm attachments. The machine is perfect for preparing everything from fresh loaves of bread to authentic Italian pasta. Similarly, the toaster has an optional sandwich rack and bun warmer, so you’ll get perfect results regardless of the type of bread you are toasting

With all the appliances across the range having stainless steel bodies and matching pantones, the only question is, which colour would you choose for your kitchen?

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