The range cooker, defined by its combination of stovetop and oven, has established itself as a hallmark of the classic British kitchen. Conjuring Georgian homes and farmhouse kitchens with characteristically English cabinetry, the traditional-style range cooker has become an essential part of the British kitchen design ethos.
Proud of their UK heritage, Belling has been integral to bringing high-quality ovens for avid cooks into the home for more than a century. Belling’s technological advancements can be traced back to releasing the first British oven with glass doors in 1939; while continuing to manufacture 100 per cent of its range cookers in the UK today.
A range cooker can be one of the most important decisions in the kitchen – and the visual anchor to which all other elements can be shaped around. Taking inspiration from Melbourne-based interior designer Carole Whiting’s British-inspired Haines Residence, we’re looking at how the Belling Richmond Deluxe Range Cooker Collection in the new finish of Graphite can combine both colonial style and modern technology in the kitchen. We explore how this range cooker is a versatile match for four distinct kitchen styles: European-inspired, modern family retreat, contemporary Australian and a monochrome minimalist kitchen.
Produced in partnership with Belling