KitchenAid Black Stainless Steel Wins Star Product – Kitchens Award

KitchenAid Black Stainless Steel Wins Star Product - Kitchens Award

The KitchenAid Black Stainless Steel range of major domestic appliances has been named as the Star Product – Kitchens Award at the second ek&bbuisiness Awards & Review Ceremony. The Star Product – Kitchens award category of this awards scheme has been set up in order to celebrate the newly launched products that considered to be a cut above the rest and offer something unique to the market. The award-winning KitchenAid Black Stainless Steel collection is the first full range of cooking appliances that have been finished entirely in Black stainless steel, offering a distinctive addition to the kitchen.

The appliances that have been created by the well-known domestic appliances manufacturer have been designed with a timeless design as well as bold features and a refined geometry. The Black Stainless Steel collection has a range of details that make the appliances unique and inspires creativity in the kitchen.

These sleek and modern appliances are the perfect accessory to a newly refurbished kitchen, or perhaps the perfect treat for you new home. The opaque black designed KitchenAid also doesn’t fall into the trap of all style and no substance, offering their professional performance and artisan quality manufacturing as well as an iconic new design. The Marketing Manager MDA for KitchenAid, Simon Langley has said that the business is thrilled to receive such a coveted accolade. The company is committed to developing appliances that are able to support those who are serious about food.

The Awards Ceremony was hosted by the comedian Rob Beckett and took place at The Brewery, Chiswell Lane in London. This event was attended by the biggest and best names in the kitchen and bathroom industry. The 2017 industry review was also delivered by comedian Tim FitzHigham at the event as well as live performances from the swing band Jack Pack, The It Girls and Young Guns Gospel Choir.

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