GrigioLusso – translated from the Italian as Grey Luxury – is the new appliance series from ILVE, and brings the latest Italian design aesthetics and trends to Australia.
May 29th, 2019
Designed to showcase the latest design trends from Italy, the sleek new oven, cooktop and cooker collection from ILVE is here to wow Australian design lovers. The GrigioLusso Serie lives up to its Grey Luxury name, with seductive lines finished in refined tones of grey, ideal for any modern kitchen design.
The new GrigioLusso Serie sees six models of built in oven from 60cm through to 76cm and the massive 90cm option. These ovens are not simply eye-catching and minimalist wonders though, with pyrolytic, combination steam and microwave oven optional inclusions, these are designed to service the contemporary kitchen as well as the contemporary style lover. The class leading ovens also feature TFT touch screens with smart control panels with a unique ‘CHEF-assist’ mode, hosting over 35 preset recipe modes and up to 100 saved ‘personalised’ recipes.
The GrigioLusso range also includes three models of luxurious grey glass gas cooktops – each featuring an all newly designed iteration of the already renowned ILVE brass burners and statement matt black control knobs.
Finishing the new oven range is the classic 90cm ILVE pro-line freestanding cooker, which has only been made more stunning with the use of GrigioLusso tones. This is complemented with a new design dramatic Matt black surface & cooktop burners with new design trivets.
Finally there is even a new GrigioLusso island range hood to ensure your passion for grey is fulfilled.
As the kitchen continues to evolve in function, design and aesthetics, so must our appliances. The many appliances in the ILVE range are a part of this evolution. Natural tones, matte surfaces and timbers are swiftly becoming the chic choice for the kitchen and the integration of grey tones from ILVE brings luxury on trend.
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