KitchenAid, the premium appliance manufacturer, has donated three major appliances to Holiday House London.

Holiday House London, a unique interior design show house, raises crucial funds for the prevention and cure of breast cancer. All proceeds from ticket sales will fund UK-based projects that are supported by the Breast Cancer Research Foundation® (BCRF).

Top interior designers and brands transform different rooms of two neighbouring houses, which are located in St John’s Wood, to represent a past holiday or experiences that has a personal meaning to them. KitchenAid is exhibiting its Black Stainless Steel Twelix oven (KOTSPB 60600), combination steam oven (KOQCXB 45600) and warming drawer (KWXXXB 14600) in the Butler’s Pantry.

KitchenAid appliances represent the perfect mix of professional performance, artisan quality and iconic design. The Black Stainless Steel range of cooking appliances feature timeless design, bold features and refined geometry, leaving a distinctive impression in the kitchen.

Simon Langley, Marketing Manager MDA, KitchenAid says: “We are honoured to support Holiday House London. Not only does this incredible event raise vital funds for such an important cause, it brings together the very best of interior design and fine art.

“The opaque black design of the KitchenAid Black Stainless Steel range of appliances takes the user’s passion into a new dimension and offers the professional performance, iconic design and artisan quality that is associated with a KitchenAid appliance.”

Holiday House London is celebrating its 10 year anniversary and it coming to London for its first edition outside ot the United States. For more information on the Holiday House project, please visit the website at

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