Form meets function in this appliance range by Belling

Finding form that matches function can be a challenge when designing a kitchen — but not if you’re working with the Belling Design Collection.

This range of appliances marries style with performance seamlessly.


One of our favourite products from this line is the BDC905LBK90cm Black Gas-thru-Glass Cooktop. It features a premium tempered glass surface that offers a sleek, finessed aesthetic to your kitchen. The surface is highly resistant to scratches and also easy to clean, making it a visual delight that will stand the test of time.

The cooktop itself incorporates a left-side wok and five Italian-made burners, including a high-power double-crown burner to offer users precise control and even heat distribution. This makes it perfect for many varieties of food.

Yet that’s not the only product in the range to catch our eye. We also love the BDO9411BK 90cm Built-in Black Glass 11 Functions Oven. This appliance is truly a triumph in the design field.

When not in use, the glass front appears totally black, keeping the kitchen looking seamless and sleek. This doesn’t hamper cooking, however; when the oven light is on the glass becomes transparent, allowing home cooks to check the status of your bake-in-progress with ease.

Baking up a storm will be a piece of cake for your clients with an appliance like this. The 90cm Built-in Black Glass Oven features a 135-litre capacity, giving users the freedom to cook whatever their heart desires. A twin fan system allows for even heat distribution, and little things like the soft-closing door further enhance the product.

The entire Belling Design Collection range holds a five-year warranty, offering peace of mind.

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