Scandinavian appliance brand Asko has added a Pearl Grey finish to its Elements range of built-in appliances.
Inspired by volcanic rocks and Fjords, the warm grey glass with a metallic sparkle has been designed to integrated with a variety of kitchen styles and materials, such as wood, granite, marble or ceramics.
Pearl Grey is available on Elements ovens, cooker hoods, coffee machines, warming and vacuum drawers and can also be found on the Asko Wine Climate Cabinets range.
Elements features a choice of five ovens: combi steam, Pyrolytic Self Clean. Combi micro ovens, traditional ovens and 5-in-1 built-in oven.
As its name suggests, the 5-in-1 boasts five different heating methods – full steam, microwaves, hot air, combination hot air/steam and combination hot air/ microwaves.
The ovens can be combined with an Asko built-in coffee machine, which offer consumers up to 12 types of coffee, warming drawers for slow cooking or keeping food or plates warm and vacuum drawer for Sous Vide cooking.
While Asko Elements cooker hoods feature a ceramic glass panel, concealing multi-layer stainless steel filters, and are claimed to use 50% less electricity than regular models.
Asko Pearl Grey Elements cooking appliances can be teamed with a Wine Climate Cabinet in the same colour.
The fully connected appliances allow users to store wine at optimum conditions and discover information on their inventory.
The range includes the Asko Wine Climate Cabinet with three individually controllable temperature zones with storage for up to 190 bottles.
In addition, it features the Wine Aging Cabinet, which acts either as a companion to the Wine Climate Cabinet or as a standalone appliance for long-term storage of 261 bottles of wine.
Completing the offer is the Undercounter Wine Climate Cabinet, with a one temperature zone models holding up to 44 bottles, while a two-zone model has a 38 bottle-capacity.
Asko has recently expanded its sales team in the UK to support growth.