Founded in 1948 by Vittorio Bertazzoni, Smeg has become synonymous with an iconic retro aesthetic and stainless steel raised lettering. Since its first days selling gas cookers, the Italian home appliance brand has extended its collection to include other major appliances such as ovens and washing machines, as well as small home appliances and has collaborated with Dolce & Gabbana, Disney and Supreme. The brand’s emblematic ‘50s style was created in 2007 with the FAB28, a bulky and rounded-edge refrigerator. Today, this collection includes many more domestic appliances such as blenders, coffee machines and hand mixers. These candy-colored appliances are as much of a decorative accent as they are a functional kitchen accessory. Nostalgists of a bygone era will enjoy boiling their tea’s water in a pastel kettle, mixing their cake batter in a statement stand mixer or toasting their baguette with Smeg’s popular toaster.