DeLongi's Retro Kitchen Fit Out

Written by Oonagh Reidy     05/03/2014 | 10:11 | Category: KITCHEN

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DeLongi's Retro Kitchen Fit Out

The coffee meister has launched an uber cool retro style kitchen appliances, toaster, kettle and coffee machine called the Scultura Collection with chrome detail. 

The Italian-made range comes in four classic colours: Bronze Beige, Steel Grey, Zinc White and Carbon, and are minimalist with a nod to industrial design that marries raw, sculpted metal with classic lines. 

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Scultura appliances include the new toaster complete with retro looking dials (2 or 4 slice), kettle and coffee machine that updates a kitchen without having to actually redo the room. 

The Scultura Manual Coffee Machine (RRP $299) has ground coffee or Easy Serving Espresso (ESE) pod options and you can customise your favourite cup. 

The machine makes cappuccino, latte or flat white, using the steam wand which produces creamy froth, cafe style.  
The retro looking toaster with dials comes in 2 or 4 slice options, and includes a crumb tray to keep things clean. 
Two-Slice RRP: $179, Four-Slice RRP: $219.00.

The 1.5L Scultura Kettle has a detachable 360 degrees swivel base for a cord-free option. RRP: $179.

The complete DeLonghi Scultura Collection is available now in four magnetic colours from appliances retailers.

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