Happy New Year!
Kitchen Innovations in Color!
Happy New “Color of the Year!” For the first time, this year’s Pantone color of the year blends two shades, Rose Quartz and Serenity. Rose Quartz is a gentle, embracing rose tone that conveys compassion and warmth, and Serenity is a weightless, airy sky blue that reflects well being and a soothing sense of order and peace. If you want to add a splash of these colors to your kitchen, you can do what Chef Ryan Scott did by adding color to just his oven knobs (see below).
May these colors bring you peace and relaxation in 2016.
1) BlueStar® Cooking: We now carry these high-performance, 25,000 BTU gas ranges at in our Long Island kitchen showroom.
3) Smeg Toaster
9) Blue Bowl
10) KitchenAid Mixer
11) AGA Cooker
13) Lenox Marchesa
14) Floral Vase
A note about Blue Star® kitchen innovations …
BlueStar® is a manufacturer of high performance appliances for the home, available and on display now at Kitchen Designs by Ken Kelly Nassau county showroom (directions here). The BlueStar® product line features high-performance gas ranges, cooktops, wall ovens, and hoods. One of BlueStar’s unique performance features on its gas range includes an open burner system that produces up to 25,000 BTUs of cooking power and precise 130 degree simmer burners. Ranges and wall ovens are able to fit a full-sized commercial baking sheet.
Shown above is BlueStar’s take on the Pantone 2016 Colors of the Year in Pigeon Blue (RAL 5014) and Light Pink (RAL 3015), but don’t stop there. BlueStar offers unlimited personalization options with 750+ colors and finishes plus matching range hoods and knobs. You can create a stunning focal point in the kitchen by customizing your choice of colors, trims, AND power of the burners. Our clients love this line! To view the possibilities, BlueStar offers an interactive website tool, “Build Your Own BlueStar,” which allows you to customize everything from the intensity of the burners to the color of the knobs and the range itself. If you want to add a splash of color without committing to a full color range, you can also add color to just the oven knobs. That is precisely what Chef Ryan Scott did, shown in yellow.