The Wiltshire print has been taken directly from the Liberty Flowers archives, and features a bold leaf and berry motif that references the beauty of the British countryside. The timeless and elegant pattern works well against the contrast of the modern Dualit Architect Toaster and Kettle, and is perfect for adding a vibrant splash of colour to any kitchen thanks to the warm berry hues.
The Phoebe print is a classic archive Liberty pattern dating from the 1960s, re-worked and updated for the contemporary Liberty Flowers range, and now for the exclusive new Dualit Architect Toaster and Kettle panel packs. Delicate and floral, the design is bright and stylish enough to work in a modern kitchen, lending heritage flair to the morning breakfast experience.
Alex Gort-Barten, director at Dualit says, "We are thrilled to be working with Liberty to create unique and beautiful designs for our customers. Our Architect collection featuring interchangeable panels make it easy for customers to update their kitchens to reflect their personal style or interior trends, and the iconic Liberty floral designs will prove to be very popular."
Julie Hassan, senior buying manager home for Liberty says, "We are delighted to be working on our first small kitchen appliance endeavour for Liberty Flowers with British manufacturer, Dualit. Rich heritage and expert design combined with Dualit's innovative and modern kitchen know-how provide a unique and inspiring update for the home this summer."
The Dualit Architect Toasters and Kettles are created for the modern home, benefiting from an ergonomic design with a range of innovative features offering ease of use and reliability to users. The toasters have Dualit's patented Peek & Pop® function, useful for checking the toast's progress without interrupting the toasting cycle. Other benefits include Dualit's patented Perfect Toast Technology, which calculates the optimum toasting time for consistently golden brown toast, a defrost setting, a bagel and bun warming function and a concealed removable crumb tray for easy cleaning. Optional Dualit sandwich cages can also be used in conjunction with the Architect Toaster for creating delicious toasted sandwiches.
Completing the Architect range, the matching rapid boil kettle benefits from Dualit's Patented Pure Pour® spout which provides a uniquely smooth pouring action to prevent any drips. Handy cup level indicators and an illuminated window make gauging water levels easy for maximum efficiency, whilst the 360-degree axis power base makes the kettle simple to use. In addition, the push button opening mechanism keeps hands safe from hot steam, as it is not necessary to push the lid to open it.
A range of interchangeable panels in a selection of colours and designs are available for both the Architect Kettles and Toasters, allowing users to transform their appliances whenever their personal style dictates.
Liberty first opened in 1875, trading out of a small premise on Regent Street. Its founder, Arthur Lasenby Liberty, was inspired by Eastern Bazaars and passionate about changing the look of homeware and fashion. Within 18 months, the store's wares were proving irresistible to customers, and further space was acquired for the growing business. The luxury store's commitment to inspirational, high quality goods and services continues throughout the company today; values that match Dualit's dedication to quality and innovation, resulting in a perfectly British collaboration.
The Dualit Architect Two-Slot Toaster and Kettle with pre-fixed Liberty Flowers print panel packs will be available exclusively from Liberty, RRP £125 each
* The Liberty Flowers panel packs will not be available to buy separately.