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Haden hits the spot with Poodle & Blonde

British heritage appliance brand Haden and luxury lifestyle brand Poodle & Blonde have joined forces to create an exclusive limited-edition range of high quality kitchen appliances adorned with Dalmatian spots and retro pink.

The Margate kettle and toaster set (inspired by Haden’s pioneering kettles, originally launched in the 1950’s) features Poodle & Blonde’s best-selling Tottenham Dalmatian print.

“We are thrilled to be working with Poodle & Blonde,” says Sachin Bagga, director of Haden Appliances. “We absolutely love their unique British style and passion for all things interior. The Margate collection gives the Haden and Poodle & Blonde fans an opportunity to bring interior design into their kitchen with a high-quality Haden kettle and four slice toaster.”-

Meanwhile Kierra Campbell and Whinnie Williams, founders of Poodle & Blonde comment: “We are so excited to release these unique products in collaboration with Haden. This is our first collaboration with Haden, and we feel honoured to be working with a British brand that has such amazing history.”

 

About: The Poodle & Blonde and Haden Margate kettle and toaster set.

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