Smeg’s New Portofino Makes Kitchens Alive with Colour
Pacific Specialty Brands is giving away a Smeg ’50s Style Stand Mixer to one lucky reader — find out how to win!
A well-loved and lived-in space where families unite to prepare and share culinary experiences, a home’s kitchen tells a story. This is all the more true of a kitchen enhanced by Smeg appliances, whose exceptional quality and elegant design make kitchen tasks simpler… and more beautiful.
Since 1948, Smeg has been synonymous with the very best of Italian design, providing sophisticated solutions for the contemporary kitchen. With a complete line of large kitchen appliances and aesthetics that range from the ultra-contemporary Linea to the updated classics of the ’50s Retro Style, Smeg has something for every lifestyle.
Smeg’s most recent additions, the Portofino 36-inch dual fuel range and matching hood fan, are inspired by the ambiance of Portofino, the picturesque Italian fishing village famous for the vibrantly painted buildings surrounding its harbour. Offered in seven gorgeous colours—Italian red, yellow, green, orange, anthracite grey, black, and white—the Portofino line is at home in any professional kitchen design.
The 36-inch dual-fuel range features an extra-large oven cavity, offering increased space and versatility to optimize cooking times for several dishes placed in the oven simultaneously, without mingling flavours and odours. The burner tops are uniquely designed with five cooking zones, full-width grates, and a double-insert super burner that goes up to 18,000 BTUs. The matching hood fan provides up to 600 CFMs, two LED lights, three stainless-steel grease filters and three speeds, as well as an additional intensive speed.
The new Portofino series is not only beautiful, but it also delivers outstanding performance, reliability, and creates a memorable experience.
Until April 3rd, Pacific Specialty Brands and Western Living are offering the chance to win a Smeg’s ’50s Style Stand Mixer (valued at $599.95). What better way to complement the Portofino cooking line?