It's as cool as ice – Range cooker manufacturer Rayburn gets on board the monochrome kitchen trend with sleek new white model

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Rayburn is delighted to announce the addition of a new colour to its already-wide selection of range heating & boiler cookers in the shape of ice cool white.

Rayburn is delighted to announce the addition of a new colour to its already-wide selection of range heating & boiler cookers in the shape of ice cool white.

Picking up on the monochrome trend of the moment, the sleek ice white of the door and front of the cooker are set off by the gleaming black enamel of the top-plate, which works seamlessly alongside the chrome of the lids and door detail.

Rayburn cookers can run on gas, oil, wood, solid fuel, and there's even a fully-electric Rayburn, meaning there really is a Rayburn to suit every home.

Perhaps the most versatile of all cast iron range cookers, not only does a Rayburn produce delicious food – using radiant heat and ensuring all the moisture and goodness are locked in – but there are Rayburn cookers also capable of heating an entire home and providing all the hot water a family could need.

On the Rayburn website, there are recipe suggestions and ideas for making every meal of the day more delicious using the wide spread of capabilities of a range cooker, while a Rayburn can also be powered by a range of fuels that's almost as wide as the available colour schemes.

A Rayburn can be powered by wood or solid fuel, electricity, gas, oil, and even LPG, the cleanest form of fossil fuel known to man.

Nigel Morrison, marketing manager of Rayburn said, "With our extensive range of cooker colours, it's possible to get a model to suit perfectly every style of kitchen.

"Our new ice white model looks really stunning, but as anyone familiar with the many reasons why a range cooker is a sound choice will know, the magic goes on underneath the skin, so the beauty of a Rayburn really is much more than just skin-deep."

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For more information please contact: Laura James at Mabel Gray PR.

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