A unique oven design carefully thought-of for modern users who appreciate the retro influence in their home appliances and of course the cool factor every wannabe chef wants to explore.
Move over the conventional ovens that we all have got so bored of, as the Morphy Richards multi-oven has arrived on the scene breaking the monotony of the same old cooking methods. The silver lining here is the unique design evolution of the similar-looking ovens while bringing an element of classic feel to one of the most important kitchen appliances on the planet. After all, the greatest chefs all these years won’t have been able to explore their creativity without the good old oven in their arsenal if I put it mildly.
While most of Braun’s Dieter Rams-influenced designs have a definitive element of minimalism, this bold Morphy Richards oven design takes a detour for a more SMEG approach. It exudes that hint of a retro that takes one into the realms of good old times where every appliance used in the kitchen had its own profound aura. Just have a look at the cool sea green or navy blue-colored aesthetics dominated by the toaster-like opening mechanism of this appliance. Then there are the nostalgic dials and slider buttons which bring back the cherished memories of robust appliances of the golden era.
The designer gives his imagination wings with this Morphy Richards oven while mindfully keeping the practical aspect of daily use in mind. Be it baking a fresh batch of cookies, making crisp toasts or smoking meat – this desirable oven can do it all in unprecedented style. This Morphy Richards multi oven is good for any cooking regimen and fits into any kitchen countertop design – be it conventional or ultra-modern.
I don’t know about you, but those generic yellow pencils with pink erasers were a very strong part of my childhood. I practically grew up on them, developed a love for sketching, took on a career in Industrial Design, and I’m finally here, reliving those fond memories through elago’s Apple Pencil cover cases.
Designed to evoke a sense of nostalgia, elago’s Apple Pencil (2nd Gen) covers come with that familiar hexagonal pencil aesthetic, complete with the rubber-tip at the back. Slip them onto your Pencil and apart from giving you a blast from the past, the covers enhance your grip, thanks to the silicone construction, and protect your hardware from accidental drops and scratches. Moreover, the cover is compatible with the iPad Pro and even supports charging the Pencil by magnetically attaching it to the side of your tablet!
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