The AGA Rangemaster ‘Great British Cooker' Line for Retro Glam Kitche

 - Nov 16, 2009   Updated: Aug 16 2011
References: greatbritishcookers & apartmenttherapy
If I were designing furniture for a dollhouse, I’d consider opting for a polka-dot stove. Apparently, some people would consider one for their real-life home. 

"AGA Rangemaster launched four limited edition celebrity designed cookers to celebrate the 300 year anniversary of the Coalbrookdale foundry," Apartment Therapy says.

The gallery shows the celebrity designed stoves for AGA for the ‘Great British Cooker’ campaign which include a cupcake, plaid, random retro pattern and polka-dot stove.

Implications - Consumers in contemporary society are attracted to products that feature an element from the past. Items that contain a retro feeling appeal to shoppers who want to be reminded of simpler times.