This Winter, two of the country’s best-loved household names, Russell Hobbs and Emma Bridgewater, are once again teaming up to extend their hugely popular kettle and toaster collection to include the pottery brand’s timeless Pink Hearts design.
The stunning new collection is designed to bring a touch of romance to the heart of the home, with an infusion of soft and pretty pastel pinks. First inspired by wedding confetti, it’s a design that’s now synonymous with Emma Bridgewater, and hugely popular among home interiors fans.
The Pink Hearts collection includes a 1.7L cream kettle (RRP €99.99 ) as well as a two- slice (RRP €79.99 ) and four-slice toaster (RRP €99.99 ); three fantastic additions which sit alongside the Toast & Marmalade and Polka Dot breakfast sets ranges launched in 2019.
As one of the nations most trusted and recognisable brands – and the creator of the world’s first automatic switch-off kettle – Russell Hobbs is a name renowned for product innovation and functionality. This latest range with Emma Bridgewater, which has been creating hand-decorated
pottery since 1985, marks the two brands’ third collaboration, bringing style and design together seamlessly.
Dominic Lewis, Senior Brand Marketing Manager at Russell Hobbs commented: “We are delighted to welcome the much-anticipated Pink Hearts design to the Russell Hobbs and Emma Bridgewater collaboration range. It is a hugely popular design which we believe works beautifully on these two everyday essential appliances, while adding a touch of romance into the heart of the home; the kitchen.”
Emma Bridgewater commented on the new range: “I am so happy that the Emma Bridgewater Russell Hobbs collaboration is going strong. I have always trusted the quality of a Russell Hobbs kettle, and it has been thrilling to use the appliances we designed together every day. We have designed a new collection using our much loved (pardon the pun ) Pink Hearts pattern.
“Pink Hearts was inspired by confetti on the path after a wedding, and these sweet pink hearts seem to convey love and affection across all possible barriers. What could be cosier?”