SMEG, the Italian brand best known for its 50s-era refrigerators, just expanded its lineup with a collection of smaller appliances. And while the retro-looking fridges don't exactly come with vintage prices (most standard size models start at $2000), the newly-debuted toasters, blenders, standalone mixers and kettles are definitely on the more affordable side, with prices falling in the $120-$450 range.

Italian designers Matteo Bazzicalupo and Raffaella Mangiarotti of the firm Deep Design took on the task of collaborating with SMEG to create a seven-color assortment of countertop appliances bearing the brand's trademark curves and aesthetic, but engineered for modern-day needs. We're especially fond of the stand mixer, which looks like it's primed to give KitchenAid's iconic model a good run for its money.

In time for holiday cooking — or gifting — the mixers and toasters (both two and four-slice versions) are currently available at West Elm, while the rest of the lineup will hit stores by early next year. 

SMEG’s new line of 50’s-styled appliances includes blenders, stand alone mixers, toasters and kettles ($120-$450).

The brand’s new multi-speed blender with pre-set modes for crushing ice and making smoothies.

Both the stand mixers (available in a variety of colors, including pastel blue and green, bright red, cream, black, and chrome) are currently available for sale at West Elm, along with SMEG’s new toasters (below). The rest of the lineup will debut in stores in early 2015.

Toasters come in two and four-slice models.

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