Triple temptation: Stand mixers

Kenwood Chef Titanium KMC010 // SMEG standmixer // Copper KitchenAid

Last week I received a press release on the new SMEG small appliances range. Launching later this year, for those of you lusting after your own SMEG fridge/freezer with it’s retro styling, it’s a slice of style at a much more affordable price point. And there are loads of lovely colours.

I thought I’d share my favourite stand mixers today and of course couldn’t resist sharing the gorgeous special edition copper KitchenAid (I have one in cream) available at Selfridges.

Have you got a stand mixer?


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12 thoughts on “Triple temptation: Stand mixers

  1. I have a KitchenAid in Onyx, and I love it. The thing with the kitchenAid is it it is so much more than just a mixer, the other attachments (like the ice cream maker) are brilliant too. Yes it’s expensive, but it’s solid, reliable and durable ( and flipping heavy, you wouldn’t want to drop it on your foot!).
    I’ve had mine three years and it still looks as good as new, which considering the beating we’ve given it is a miracle. I honestly wouldn’t buy anything else, it really is perfect. I do keep seeing it in others colours though and think, should I have gone for a bright one. But the black is a classic and it does look incredibly smart when it’s all glossy (and not covered in cake batter).
    I’m going to go out on a limb and say I’m not sure how durable that Smeg one will be (it looks lovely, dare I say KitchenAid like), but it doesn’t look that robust. My friend has a Kenwood though and she swears by it. So each to their own.

  2. Oh my word I love that copper one so so much. I’ve always wanted a KitchenAid and that copper is beautiful. A girl can dream!

  3. I have the Kenwood. It’s not as stylish as the Kitchen Aid but you get more attachments for your money, and it’s significantly less expensive overall. And so powerful – it could whisk rock!

      • My mum and dad got a Kenwood Chef as a wedding present nearly 35 years ago and it’s still going strong! It also weighs about a stone more than today’s version does…

    • You definitely don’t need to spend over £600 on one. My Mum has the cream one. They’re still very expensive. Given that I can’t have one either way I shall dream of the copper & how stunning it would look in my newly spruced kitchen!

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