Is coral and turquoise going to replace the stainless steel appliances that we all still crave for our kitchens?
Last year was exciting enough when they introduced matte white and matte black. So we can hardly contain ourselves this year with all of the unlimited color.
I know. Most of us are just a hard no. This will just be the avocado appliances that we are still trying to rip out from all the 70s kitchens. And yes, it could just get crazy, real easy. But damn, it’s hard not to let your imagination run wild.
Ya’ll were very leery about bringing back brass. And many of us have completely given over to this look and continue to drool over unlacquered brass.
So, lets don’t scoff right out of the gate. Lets just feast our eyes and enjoy the color.
This eye-popping coral colored Blue Star pro-style oven and french door refrigerator was unveiled at the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show – KBIS- this year. Blue Star can color match any hue and apply it to any of their pro-style appliances.
Still unsure if it works for you?
Maybe these inspiring and beautiful kitchens will make you go hmmm.
Yes, we are intrigued…in fact, want to take a guess at the color we’re picking for our kitchen appliances? We think this trend is here to stay.
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