Taps

50s retro taps launched by Smeg

Designed to complement its FAB refrigeration and matching small domestic appliances

18 Jul, 19

Italian kitchen appliance manufacturer Smeg has just introduced a selection of 50s-inspired retro taps.

Smeg launches 50s retro taps

 

The MDF50 taps have been designed complement the company’s existing portfolio of retro appliances, including its FAB refrigeration range and matching small domestic appliances.

Featuring a 360 swivelling spout, the single lever raps feature a pull-out jet spray with flexible hose.

The 50s retro taps have been designed to help users reach the nooks and crannies of the sink and pots and pans, to ease cleaning.

MDF50 taps are available in a choice of seven finishes: red, pastel blue, pastel green, white, chrome, cream and black.

Based in Gustalla, near Reggio Emilia in Northern Italy, Smeg has established for 60 years and has 18 subsidiaries worldwide, including the UK.

Smeg has been established in the UK since 1989 and supplies more than 750 products through retailers and distributors.

Distributing appliances from an 80,000sqft warehouse, it uses its vehicle fleet to provide a home delivery service for its ovens, hobs, hoods, washing machines, wine coolers, refrigeration.

Most recently, Smeg partnered with Disney to create its second Mickey Mouse fridge.

The company showcases its product ranges at a showroom based at its headquarters in Abingdon, Oxfordshire, as well as its store on Regent Street in London.