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Elise Luxe range cooker from British brand Rangemaster

The Elise Luxe range cooker from iconic British brand Rangemaster features an Antique Brass trim that adds a touch of elegance and complements the trend for warm metallics in the kitchen.

Initially launched as a special edition, the Elise Luxe is available in Slate or Stainless Steel and a choice of fuel types and sizes. The chic design has a high-quality French feel that will elevate the aesthetic of any kitchen style and has the appeal of a professional-looking appliance.

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The induction model is available in 90cm, 100cm and 110cm widths, while the dual fuel version is available in 90cm and 110cm. Both fuel types feature a multifunction oven and a fanned oven, plus a dedicated deluxe glide-out grill, handy rack and storage drawer – making it the ideal choice for budding home chefs. The dual fuel model features a five-burner (90cm) or six-burner (110cm) hob and the induction version boasts five zones across all widths.

The Antique Brass trim suits any style and works well with other kitchen items in warm metallic finishes, such as Rangemaster’s new Waverley taps in Antique Brass or handrails and accents. Whether homeowners dream of a softly romantic French-inspired kitchen with the Elise Luxe in Stainless Steel or prefer a bolder statement with Slate, Rangemaster’s new Elise Luxe palette caters to all tastes.

For more information, visit www.rangemaster.co.uk or trade customers can call 0115 946 4000.

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