From Ferrari and Alfa Romeo to kitchens

Not so long ago, kitchen appliances were chosen on little other than their price and performance.

28th October, 2006

Not so long ago, kitchen appliances were chosen on little other than their price and performance.

Aesthetics were little more than an added extra; the conventional line of thought being that an appliance could always be hidden or concealed behind cupboard doors and decor panels if necessary, rather than showcased as a feature in their own right.

Now, however, as the kitchen has usurped the living room as the hub of domestic life, all that...

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