kitchenware greatest hits

Kitchenware Greatest Hits

A new decade gives you the chance to reflect. As this is our 30th year, we have spent time looking back through our archives for our ‘greatest hits’ in kitchenware.  

It’s fascinating to see how the colours and styles have changed over the years – but it’s good to see how, as a small family-owned company based in the Cotswolds, we’ve played our part in shaping the trends in the nation’s kitchens!

1990's British Racing Green

When we opened our doors back in 1991, British Racing Green was our favoured colour across the entire
kitchen-to-tableware range. It captured the very
essence of British country life and was adopted as
the theme colour for the kitchen of tens of
thousands of our customers.

We offered a complete look for the kitchen, not just kettles and toasters but dark green cutlery, crockery, clocks, radios and portable TV’s!

"For the discerning cook - elegance
and value from kitchen-to-table."

2000's "Farmhouse"
Buttermilk oozes old world simplicity and charm

The “Farmhouse” kitchen look offers timeless appeal and isn’t just reserved for rural dwellers. At the turn of the century Scotts adopted a softer colour pallet, introducing freestanding wooden furniture and a full range of accessories and Swan electricals in a Buttermilk finish.

A timeless classic shade that just oozes old world simplicity and charm. Still today it remains
a customer favourite.

"The Swan Kitchen Range combines great looking retro style with modern features, so you can enjoy having them on the counter top yet rely on perfect performance everytime."

2010's Copper infused
Cookware here to stay

The latest development in high-conductivity cookware is Cera Titanware.
Not only does it look great but it’s
copper-infused ceramic coating simply redefines non-stick and is a joy to use.

"Easy to find a home for in any busy kitchen
- traditional or modern, large or small."
- Stainless Steel Top Kitchen Trolley

2020's 'Nordic' Grey - a cool
new neutral

We love Grey - this cool new neutral is synonymous with style. Calming,
it also works well alongside a number of stronger colours.
Our new freestanding kitchen trolley is not only a practical addition
to your kitchen but looks
incredibly smart too.

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