8 Times We Fell for Non-Stainless Appliances
In a world overrun with stainless steel ranges, refrigerators, and dishwashers, catching a glimpse of something different can feel like a real breath of fresh air. After all, the seemingly universally flattering metallic finish can’t be popular forever, can it?
1. Sunny Yellow
A buttery yellow stove and hood is a sweet touch in this family ready cook space. We love how A3 Architects, Inc. worked the color into the countertop stools as well, resulting in a playful yet refined sunny spot.
See the rest of the house: Net Zero Scituate House at A3 Architects, Inc.
2. DIY Teal
The cute stove in the home of A Beautiful Mess founder Elsie Larson was custom created by her and her team using — get this — vinyl! The teal covering adds the right dose of retro charm to her pastel-accented kitchen.
See why she used vinyl: How I Recolored My Kitchen Appliances at A Beautiful Mess
4. Mint Green
Sweet mint takes on an edgy attitude when paired with black cabinetry, butcher block countertops, and a matte black hood and oven combo in this kitchen by Shoko Design. Patterned tiles finish off the perfectly balanced look.
5. All White
There was once a time when white appliances elicited an ugh across the board from homeowners. Now, though, the right design results in a look that feels crisp and clean — even if the appliances aren’t out-of-the-box new.
Tour the rest of the space: A Cozy, “Southern Eclectic” Nashville Home at Apartment Therapy
5. Cherry Red
The quintessential retro red is so fun in this sunny Copenhagen kitchen from That Nordic Feeling. It looks especially clean and fresh against an all-white and light wood palette.
See more pics: Updated Kitchen at That Nordic Feeling
6. Royal Blue
Striking blue reigns supreme in this victorian home at The Room Edit. A lighter shade of cabinetry pairs perfectly with a multi-colored fish scale backsplash and gorgeous blue range.
Take a tour of the entire space: Striking Victorian House in Kent at The Room Edit
7. Cool Copper
Reinvent metallics by swapping stainless steel for high-impact copper just like this kitchen from Artichoke Design. The additional pops of copper (pots, glassware, and edging around the hood) build onto the cohesive look.
Catch a glimpse of the whole kitchen: Edwardian Style Kitchen in Berkshire at Artichoke Design
8. Inky Black
Black appliances are infinitely stylish, oui? This stunning Parisian spot by A+B Kasha is made more dramatic by pairing a black stove and hood with a bold “backsplash” of black paint. Très, très chic.
Take a tour: St. Germain 3 at A+B Kasha