Two new breakfast ranges have been launched by kitchen and home appliances brand Morphy Richards.
The Verve collection, inspired by artisan pottery and traditional ceramics, includes kettles, toasters and filter coffee machines, with a textured design and modern silhouette and is available in black, cream and white.
The Verve kettle offers a rapid boil function with a large 1.7 litre or six-cup capacity, anti-limescale filter, a 360-degree cordless base and an easy view water window, allowing users to boil the exact amount needed.
The four-slot toaster includes double detachable crumb trays, illuminated buttons, variable width slots to accommodate most bread types, and a variable browning control to toast bread to your desired requirements.
To complete the collection, the Verve filter coffee machine with a glass carafe has a 1.8 litre, or 12-cup capacity, plus a programmable timer. The permanent, re-usable cupcake-shaped filter allows for even coverage of coffee grounds to create a smoother flavour, and it also includes an adjustable coffee strength selector and ‘keep warm’ and ‘deep clean’ functions.
Morphy Richards’ modern design Illumination Collection includes kettles and toasters in matt and chrome, with a stunning blue illumination band which glows while in use to create a calming atmosphere in the kitchen. The collection is available in black and white.
The Illumination jug kettle, made from durable stainless steel, has a 1.7L capacity and a high powered, 3Kw concealed rapid boil element and removable limescale filter; the handy easy view water gauge helps control how much you boil, to save energy and reduce waste and the 360 degree cordless base makes it ideal for left or right handed use. It also features boil dry protection for safety and cord storage to keep your work top tidy.
The Illumination 4 Slice Toaster has frozen, cancel and reheat settings to ensure easy operation, with variable browning control and variable width slots, and easy to clean crumb trays.
Annaliese Curtis, marketing manager at Morphy Richards, said: “SDAs such as kettles and toasters are usually on permanent display so there is demand for sleek, premium looking appliances and these new collections answer that brief, whether you are looking for a traditional or modern aesthetic. ”