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Kitchen design inspiration for stainless steel range cookers

Do you have your heart set on a stainless steel range cooker, but are not sure how it might work with your kitchen design? Take a look at some of our case studies to see how others have made a stainless steel range cooker fit into their kitchen…


Bold kitchens

Zesty Green Harvey Jones Kitchensimply-wood-red-kitchen-britannia-stainless-steel-range-cooker








If you’re looking for a bold colour scheme, a stainless steel range cooker is ideal. The neutral shade complements any colour and doesn’t detract from the vibrant cabinetry. A stainless steel Sigma and Arioso hood look great in this zesty green Harvey Jones kitchen, while the silver L Line cooker sits perfectly in this handpainted red kitchen from Simply Wood.


Neutral kitchens

Gray shaker kitchenoak-kitchen








A stainless steel range cooker also suits neutral kitchen colour schemes, like these designs from Higham Furniture and Cotteswood. The gray shaker kitchen features a stainless steel cooker hood and back panel. The oak kitchen, by Cotteswood, uses a canopy hood within a chimney mantle.


Introducing colour









If you’re looking to introduce colour into your kitchen design, but aren’t brave enough for bold coloured cabinets, take inspiration from these kitchens. The rich red splashbacks complement the muted cabinets and also set off the stainless steel range cookers perfectly.


Read more about the grey Harvey Jones kitchen or the cream Davonport design.


Stainless kitchens

Perhaps you love the finish of your stainless steel range cooker and are keen to emulate its design in an industrial style kitchen. This Roundhouse kitchen features a stainless Sigma range cooker and Legato hood – you can read more about the design here.





Which kitchen design has inspired you to choose a stainless steel range cooker?



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