Add a splash of colour to your kitchen with this selection of ovens, range style cookers, hobs, microwaves and cooker hoods in a variety of bold colourways.
|1. Excellent value: Integrated appliances, such as this New World NW601FP oven, can add colour subtly without dominating a room scheme. The electric fan oven comes in eight finishes, with four metallic colourways, including green (shown). It has a variable fan grill, defrost function and three-button programmer. (H)58.5x(W)59.5x (D)55cm, it costs around £255.|
|2. Traditional update: Leisure has added Regency Red, as well as an additional Sky Blue shade, to its existing colour cooker range, making a total of eight shades available. In 60cm, 90cm or 100cm widths, the cookers come in dual-fuel and electric options. This 100cm dual-fuel model has five cooking zones, including a wok burner, conventional oven, fan oven and grill. Traditional-style handles and cast-iron pan supports give it a classic look. Catalytic liners help keep the ovens clean and there is a handy storage compartment at the bottom right-hand side for baking trays and tins. It measures (H)90x (W)100x(D)60cm and costs from £1,199.|
|3. Compact curves: Vivacious Green (shown) and Zesty Orange are the latest colourways to be launched in the Max range of microwaves from Whirlpool. The microwave’s compact size means it can be positioned in any convenient place on the worktop, thanks to a rounded-back design that allows it to fit into corners. The flatscreen door is finished in crisp white and provides maximum viewing with the benefit of easy cleaning. It has a 28cm turntable that is suitable for standard-sized items, as well as a 13-litre capacity and 700 watts of microwave power. In addition, there is a healthy steam function that works with a steamer accessory, designed for use with pre-programmed settings. Around £160, the Max measures (H)36x(W)39x(D)35cm.|
|4. Modern style: Elica’s Dolce cooker hood is available in six colourways, including orange, shown here. A contemporary interpretation of a classic, it would look perfect in any modern kitchen. It has a maximum extraction rate of 560 cubic metres per hour and features a metal, washable grease filter that is removeable for easy cleaning. Operated by touch controls, it is designed for optimum cooking fume capture. The Dolce measures (H)70x(W)85x(D)47cm and costs around £660.|
|5. Pastel options: Belling’s collaboration with British designer Sebastian Conran has resulted in a stylish range of contemporary built-in cooking appliances made in the UK. The collection includes two gas hobs, a single and double oven and a chimney hood in two sizes, all available in a choice of Duck Egg Blue, Ice White, Pastel Green, Anthracite and Aluminium, with an induction hob in Anthracite. The 70cm five-burner gas hob is shown here in Duck Egg Blue and includes a wok ring, two medium, one large and one simmer burner with a front rotary control panel and enamel pan supports. It measures (H)4x (W)55.5x(D)48.5cm and costs £299 from John Lewis.|
|6. Statement finish: The sleek Pando I-425 island cooker hood is finished in sapphire-blue stainless steel and also comes in a variety of other textured steel finishes. It has an easy cleaning system, electronic adjustable controls and comes with a remote control and charcoal filters. Measuring (H)75-110x(dia.)36cm, it costs around £1,900 from The Light Works.|
|7. Vibrant feature: Shown here in the zesty Sherbet Lemon colourway, this 1200 dual-fuel range cooker from Mercury is also available in eight other striking, on-trend colour options: Purple Haze, Blueberry, Snowdrop, Truffle, Ash Black, Oyster, Liquorice and Stainless Steel. It comes with a one-piece stainless-steel hotplate with five powerful gas burners, a multifunction oven, fan oven, plus a separate dual-element grill with heavy-duty stainless-steel shelving. Measuring (H)92-94x(W)119x (D)70cm, the cooker is also available in widths of 99cm and 108cm, and costs from £4,300.|
All prices and stockists correct at time of publishing.