British manufacturer Dualit has embraced two signature prints from Liberty Flowers – a home and interiors collection comprising Liberty’s most loved archive designs – to create panel packs for its Architect Toaster and Kettle.
The panels, featuring the Wiltshire and Phoebe prints, will be pre-fitted to the Dualit Two-Slot Architect Toaster and Kettle, will be available exclusively from London department store retailer Liberty, priced at £125 each.
The Wiltshire print has been taken directly from the Liberty Flowers archives, and features a leaf and berry motif that references the British countryside.
Described as delicate and floral, the Phoebe print is an archive Liberty pattern dating from the 1960s, re-worked and updated for the contemporary Liberty Flowers range.
Alex Gort-Barten, director at Dualit said: “We are thrilled to be working with Liberty to create unique and beautiful designs for our customers.
“Our Architect collection featuring interchangeable panels makes 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, commented: “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.”
Dualit Architect Two-Slot Toaster with Wiltshire Liberty Flowers Panel Pack, £125, available exclusively from Liberty