Stainless Is So Last Decade: Appliances in All Colors of the Rainbow

The world is colorful. Let's bring it back to the kitchen.

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Stainless steel has been the dominant decor in American kitchens for at least 15 years, with black and white finishes only recently starting to sneak back into the high-end design language. But the world is such a colorful placeā€”the sky is blue, grass is green, cherries are red, oranges are...orange. Why can't our kitchens reflect the brilliance, diversity, and vibrance of the rest of the world?

Here's a celebration of color in kitchens that we saw at IFA 2013, from bright retro designs to more subdued modern color schemes.

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