The metallic colour trend is stronger than ever, as illustrated by Wilko's brand new copper kitchen accessories. The gleaming new range is perfect for adding a touch of glamour to kitchens of every style. Copper is the perfect accompaniment for natural wood and equally can look super sleek when teamed with black marble.
Make a brew with a touch of flare thanks to this copper dome kettle. The stainless steel design has been given a sleek copper-effect finish that will outshine all other colours this season. The quick boil functionality, 1.7 litre capacity, full swivel base and removable filter make it as practical as it is pretty.
Buy now: Copper Effect Kettle, £25
Serve up a slice of style with a modern toaster design. This generous four slice toaster will add a nostalgic touch to kitchen counter tops. The simple design has clear function buttons along with seven browning options, YES seven! That's toaster perfection right there.
Buy now: Copper Effect 4 Slice Toaster, £25
As the juice revolution shows no signs of waning it's a case of if you can't beat 'em, join 'em! If you're new to the world of blenders go for one that produces great results but looks good with it, because if you're preparing a breakfast smoothie each morning the likelihood of it being put away each time is quite remote. With a chic copper base this blender was made to be on show.
The 500W design has a generous 1.5 litre capacity and 3 speed settings to choose from plus a pulse setting. For safety it's fitted with double safety control and non-slip feet.
Buy now: Copper Effect Table Blender, £25
Every budding chef needs a good set of cooking pots and pans. Copper is often favoured thanks to it's heat retaining properties. The new collection features a range of different sized pans; from frying pans to generous casserole pots - all with the tri-ply technology that provides even heat distribution and heats up super quick to save on time and uses less energy.
Buy now: Copper Tri Ply pan range, from £22
Every baker needs a set of trusty scales and although digital often proves more accurate who can resist an iconic scale design such as this...made even more fabulous with a shiny copper finish!
We wouldn't mind betting that even those that rarely bake or care for measures ingredients would still snap up this beautifully classic retro design, purely for decoration.
Buy now: Copper Effect Scales, £12
For keen cooks a hand mixer is invaluable, handy for all manner of delicacies – whipped cream, beaten eggs or even salad dressings. This stainless steel mixer comes complete with detachable beaters and hooks that along with five speed settings and a turbo boost can whizz together any ingredients effortlessly.
Buy now: Copper Effect Hand Mixer, £20
Whatever you're cooking up be sure to whip, flip and stir in style with a whole host of fashionable copper utensils.
This is only a mere snapshot of the shiny new copper collection, it also features plenty more cooking utensils, paring knives, cutlery and servingware. All available now so be sure to check out Wilko for the full range.
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Tamara was Ideal Home's Digital Editor before joining the Woman & Home team in 2022. She has spent the last 15 years working with the style teams at Country Homes & Interiors and Ideal Home, both now at Future PLC. It’s with these award wining interiors teams that she's honed her skills and passion for shopping, styling and writing. Tamara is always ahead of the curve when it comes to interiors trends – and is great at seeking out designer dupes on the high street.
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