"Immer Besser" / "Forever Better" the motto Miele stand for! Miele are world-renowned manufacturers producing high quality appliances and providing a reliable service for over more than 100 years.
With premium quality products comes higher price brackets, however this isn't always the case. Miele consider all kitchen ranges and we have put together 3 price ranges to help with the daunting feeling of finding the right appliances - 15K, 25K and 35K. These are approximate costs which include cabinets, worktops and appliances.
Not only have we put together the perfect ranges, we have also implemented Miele's 3 fantastic lines - ContourLine, PureLine and introducing their new designer range, ArtLine.
(Find out more below)
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£15K Kitchen Range
Below is a selection of appliances best fitted for £15K kitchen range with a PureLine oven.
£25K Kitchen Range
Below is a selection of appliances best fitted for £25K kitchen range with a PureLine oven and steam oven.
£35K Kitchen Range
Below is a selection of appliances best fitted for £35K kitchen range with a PureLine oven, steam combination oven and warming drawer.
Entirely handleless, linear and now produced for modern living with Touch2Open and SoftOpen door technology, ArtLine is streamlined.
‘Minimalism at its best’ .... ‘This is immer besser’
The Miele ArtLine designer range is genius to elegance integrated with Miele’s M Touch and sensor controls. The range comes in 4 colours, Clean Steel, Obsidian Black, Brilliant White and their newest, Graphite Grey.
Below is a selection of Miele's sleek Graphite Grey
To compliment the seamless design of the ArtLine range, we have included fully integrated 2 in 1 hob and extractor, fridge/freezer and dishwasher to complete the handleless kitchen design. Additionally, you can match with the SmartLine or ProLine hobs to create a bespoke cooking area - to learn more about hobs, click here.
Credits & Images
A bit of input from everyone at the Ian Dunn design team