Now that we are heading towards the autumn and winter months, we are going to be spending a lot more time indoors. As the weather turns crisp and chilly, it’s time to start thinking about cooking up hearty, wholesome soups, stews, roasts and casseroles.
Spending more time at home lately has created a renewed interest in making sure our homes are as warm, welcoming, comforting and cosy as can be. Our interiors are our sanctuary; a space where we can relax and indulge our passions for pastimes perhaps long forgotten such as baking, crafting, exercising, reading and going back to a simpler age where we enjoy and appreciate the little things in life.
Whether you’re planning a whole new kitchen or simply updating a tired look, when it comes to choosing new appliances there are plenty of things to consider. Before you start, decide if you’re going freestanding or built-in. Freestanding cookers and refrigeration are guaranteed to make a statement and can be used to create a striking centrepiece while for a sleek, seamless, fuss-free finish, built-in is the way to go.
Think of the name Rangemaster and you’ll probably picture their colourful, robust and professional-style range cookers. And while it’s true that they are the go-to brand when you’re looking to buy a new freestanding cooker (more of which later) but did you know they also offer all the other appliances your kitchen could want too?
It’s always so exciting when a new appliance is launched so I’m thrilled to introduce a brand new range cooker from Rangemaster – the Esprit 110, which comes as a dual fuel or induction model. Available in cream, cranberry, black and stainless steel with shiny chrome trim, its design is suitable for both classic and contemporary kitchens and, depending on your preferred colour choice, it can blend in or make a statement within your scheme. What’s more, there are plenty of innovative features and functions to help take your cooking to the next level.
Kitchen trends may come and go – think shabby chic, 50s retro and the current vibe for all things industrial for instance – but there are two styles that will always endure; and that’s classic and contemporary design.
For many of us, browsing through interiors magazines, kitchen brochures and online resources such as Pinterest and Houzz is a great way of finding inspiration for everything kitchen related. When you’re on the lookout for appliances, sinks, taps and hoods, there’s no better place than this product-packed Rangemaster website!
With spring upon us, it’s time to start about spring cleaning your oven ready for all the BBQ (I know I’m being a little optimistic here) and Easter visitors. Cleaning my oven is not one of my favourite jobs I have to say, however with most range cookers being the focal point of the kitchen, spending that little bit of time, properly cleaning your Rangemaster will really prove worthwhile, and completely make your kitchen sparkle. As well as being more hygienic, better for your healthy and prevent the smell of burnt and smoke of burnt on fatty food and grease.
When planning a new kitchen, there’s one item that can easily be your starting point – something that you can base the rest of the scheme around, and that’s a range cooker. Rangemaster ranges come in a fantastic selection of sizes, shapes and styles, so there’s sure to be something to suit. As well as offering everything you need for professional cooking results, your choice of cooker can also help to create the ultimate style statement.
Buying a new range cooker is one of the big-ticket items for the kitchen; it needs careful consideration to ensure you select the best size, style, fuel choice, features and functions to suit your cooking needs and lifestyle. That’s why Rangemaster has such a wide variety of designs to choose from, to make sure your kitchen has the cooker it deserves. Once it’s in place, it’s time to think about the smaller details; those other small appliance essentials and even non-essentials that help make life easier while enhancing your culinary expertise.