Nowadays, our homes are filled with electrical appliances designed to assist us with a number of household tasks. Yet, far from being purely practical items – these goods are designed to enhance the appearance of our properties.
For those interested in creating a home decor which exudes luxury and class, these eight exclusive appliances are amongst the best, and most expensive, you’ll find.
1. Miele PW6065 DV Dump Commercial Washing Machine Stainless Steel: £3,500
1400 rpm Spin PROFITRONIC L Washer
6.5kg load capacity
59 litre drum
6 standard and 9 special programmes, high extraction force and efficient de-watering
Miele manufacture some of the highest quality washing machines available on the market. With a huge load capacity and great build quality, the Miele makes a great luxury addition to your home.
2. Dualit Combi Toaster: £350
Toasted sandwich basket
Adjustable wire guards
Available in a wide variety of colours
The Dualit is the ultimate in toasting appliances and gives you an incredible amount of control. Though it’s incredibly functional, you’re also paying for the iconic look which is both sleek and well-finished.
3. Miele LaPerla II G2872SCVI Dishwasher: £3000
Digital control panel
11 wash programmes and 5 specialty cycles
CleanAir drying, double waterproof, auto-close door and cutlery tray
While you may think that a basic dishwasher gets the job done just right, you can’t underestimate how brilliantly a luxury model looks and performs. Taking pride of place in your kitchen, the Miele LaPerla II utilises modern technology to turn your dishwasher into an appliance that will never fall behind the times thanks to its ability to connect to your PC or laptop.
4. La Cornue Oven: £20, 000
Bespoke ovens tailored to meet needs of customer
The pinnacle of artisan oven manufacturing, La Cornue is famous around the world for the fantastic vaulted ovens they produce. Those that love to cook will benefit greatly from its fantastic technology, design and appearance and while £20,000 will get you a long way, there are cheaper models available for those with tighter budgets.
5. Swarovski Samovar Kettle Shalimar: £3995
15 litre kettle
3000 watts quick heating
Concealed heating element
Lime filter faucet
Made to order
For those that enjoy the finer things in life, the Swarovski kettle may be a great option. Made to order and attractively designed, these make a real focal point in any kitchen while their high quality materials, and impressive 15 litre capacity offer a reliable service.
6. Luxury Edition & Gallery Gold Plated Sink: £60,000
24 carat gold
Made by Stockholm based Luxury Edition & Gallery and possibly the most expensive sink in the world, this tailor made appliance is an opulent and extravagant addition to any home. Exuding affluence, those with large, regal properties are sure to love this beautiful addition.
7. Clover Coffee Machine: £10,000
Control every aspect of coffee making process
Enormous array of functions
Brews one cup at a time for superior taste
Bought out by Starbucks, there are still a number of second hand models floating around for those who want barista style coffee at home. This could prove much cheaper in the long-run, cutting down on all those expensive trips to your local coffee chain on your way to work.
8. Blendtec Smoother Q-Series 20 Amp: £999
Ability to blend anything
Made famous by the ‘Will It Blend?’ viral advertising campaign, this blender is incredibly powerful. Though its price tag may be a little on the high side, you can have hours of fun blending everything and anything you like and have the reassurance of knowing you own a reliable, well-crafted appliance.