Belling has added three new colours to its Richmond Deluxe Colour Boutique Range of Cookers including Seafoam Blue, Racing Green and Dusty Pink – exclusive to the Australian market.
Wendy Moore, interior design expert and star of Selling Houses Australia, collaborated with the Belling product team to select the new shades and landed on three colours to complement the existing Colour Boutique range.
“The Richmond Deluxe Range Cooker is inspired by confidence, sophistication and vibrancy, so it was crucial to evoke these feelings as soon as somebody steps foot into the kitchen,” Moore said.
“Drawing inspiration from our natural surroundings, Seafoam Blue captures the timeless appeal of soft, coastal hues, perfect for Hamptons-style kitchens and seaside retreats. Seafoam Blue instantly brightens classic white cabinetry and looks stunning against silver hardware and whitewashed timbers.
“Racing Green exudes elegance and brings a real wow factor to the kitchen. It is right at home alongside warm, blonde wood or dark timbers, as well as stone benchtops and brass hardware.
“Dusty Pink offers a touch of femininity and sophistication. We wanted to bring a muted edge to the pink trend, while referencing the Scandinavian palette that will stand the test of time.”
The addition of Seafoam Blue, Racing Green and Dusty Pink brings the Colour Boutique range to 11 colours, including Midnight Blue, Mojito Mint and Chilli Red.
Belling head of marketing, Amy Barry commented, “We’re thrilled to be launching our new colours ahead of the summer entertaining season. Wendy’s extensive expertise in design trends, both present and upcoming, coupled with her enthusiasm for colour, makes her the perfect ambassador for Belling.”
Available in either 90cm or 110cm models with a choice of dual fuel, induction or gas-through-glass cooktops, the Richmond Deluxe range features multi-cavity cooking via three or four ovens in one appliance and 14 specialist functions including dough proving, slow cook and defrost.
The Richmond Deluxe range is exclusive to Harvey Norman.