The UK’s love affair with all things vintage shows no signs of waning any time soon and homeowners can inject some classic elegance into their kitchens with a traditional Rangemaster cooker.
In 2013, more and more people are set to take inspiration from years gone by when it comes to decorating their homes. While some may favour the minimalist looks of the 70s, others might prefer the grandeur of the 1920s. These classic designs are being used within modern houses to create an eclectic and homely effect.
Rangemaster cookers are the perfect choice for those who are looking to capture this feel in their home as they become the centrepiece of any kitchen, radiating warmth and a very traditional feel. Rangemaster’s Classic Deluxe 110 is ideal for creating a vintage look, while still delivering all the modern conveniences people have come to expect from kitchen appliances. It boasts five powerful gas burners, a multi-function oven and a combined oven capacity of 138 litres.
To complete the look, homeowners can purchase the Rangemaster Fire-Clay Ceramic Belfast sink, which comes in both single and double bowl versions. This is the epitome of vintage chic in a kitchen.
Holly Johnson, Marketing Manager for Rangemaster said: “Vintage trends are huge in the world of interior design at the moment. Everywhere you look, people are decorating their homes with distressed wooden furniture and pretty floral prints.
“However, it’s important that a vintage-style home is still fully functional and this is what Rangemaster offers with its Classic Deluxe 110 cooker and Belfast sinks. Although they are reminiscent of appliances from years gone by, they still offer the modern conveniences householders have come to rely on.”
Rangemaster produced its first range cooker back in 1830 and since then it has gone on to become the UK’s best loved cooker brand. Functional and practical in design, its products are the ideal way to complete any kitchen with style.