COLOURS AND STYLES
Unlike some white goods, cookers come in a wide range of colours and styles. From bright colours to metallic finishes, there is a cooker style perfect for your home.
Cookers come in a surprisingly large range of colours. Basic models tend to be white, but you can find other colours at the lower end of the price range too. Modern black, grey, and silver tend to be very popular, so you shouldn’t have to pay much extra for a model in one of these colours.
Less common colours include reds and creams. These can have a metallic finish or gloss, and help add a dash of colour and personality to your kitchen.
More unusual colours, such as blues, greens, yellows, and oranges are available, but often on more expensive models. The most brightly coloured models tend to be range cookers as these are real statement pieces.
You will often find two-tone appliances as well, which feature accents around the door, hob, or handles.
Less common colours include reds and creams. These can have a metallic finish or gloss.
A RANGE OF STYLES
There are even more options when it comes to the styling of your cooker. The design features that are available will mostly depend on the type you go for – double or single oven, range, or conventional. The fuel type will affect the choices you have too.
Cookers with a ceramic hob have a sleek, minimalist style that looks stunning. Gas hobs usually have enamel or cast-iron pan supports, giving a more traditional look.
A lot of cooker styling comes down to subtle details, such as the shape of a handle or knob, or the outline of the door’s window. These small, aesthetic touches really define the look of the appliance, so pick something that matches the theme of your kitchen.
If you have a rustic, welcoming kitchen, a cooker with rotatory dials and iron-cast hobs can help to complete the look. But if you want a modern finish, then you could look at a model with touch controls and an induction hob.
With so much choice for styles and colours, you can easily find the perfect cooker. View the appliance in-store or take a good look at any images online, so you know exactly what your new cooker looks like.
A lot of cooker styling comes down to subtle details, such as the shape of a handle or knob, or the outline of the door’s window.