Prue Leith becomes ambassador for Omega Kitchens

The chef and host of the Great British Bake Off Prue Leith has been named as the new ambassador for Omega Kitchens.

Leith has used Omega kitchens for over 25 years in her home and, when she recently moved house, she had to get another kitchen. She chose was a white handleless design with yellow accents.

Leith said: “I’ve always had a love for colour in my own style and in my home, so working with Omega to showcase the wonderful colour range they offer is really exciting, especially having been associated with the company for over 25 years.

“One of the most important points for me is how colour can make you feel. And as we spend more time in our homes, it has become more vital than ever to ensure the home is a positive space for everyone – and colour plays a huge part in that.”

Sir Bob Murray, founder and chairman of Omega, said: “We’re so delighted to welcome Prue on board to endorse and promote our unrivalled offer to help drive enquiries to our network of loyal showroom partners.

“Our colour offer is something that really sets us apart, but of course Omega is also known for being British-manufactured and a brand that offers a price range for many, making us a great choice for any homeowner.”

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Omega Kitchens has over 400 door and colour combinations available, which is a feature that Leith was attracted to. She said: “I am really delighted with my new kitchen. It was tough to decide the final colour, I must admit, but the style, design and quality really all complement it perfectly.”

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