Home on the Range!
John and I are so tired of sterile white-on-white kitchens with white countertops, white subway tile zipping across the walls, and stainless-steel appliances. B-O-R-I-N-G!
Who wants clinical when you can bring color and pattern into your kitchen. And, no, that was not a question.
“Oh, but white is classic and never goes out of style,” you say.
Well, frankly, color doesn’t go out of style either, just don’t choose “of-the-moment” hues such as the avocado and orange color ways that were so popular in the 70s. Choose colors that aren’t too bright and garish. If you need something “on trend,” go for it with your kitchen wallpaper.
As for colors to employ, think pale greens, buttery yellows, gray, inky blues, and more when it comes to cabinetry.
As for appliances, stainless is so 2007. Snore. Boring. Why not bring some color to your appliances such as we did at the House of Bedlam with our divine BlueStar Cooking range in a pale green shade.
So let’s talk about BlueStar Cooking.You can choose from over 750 colors.
And the configuration options are equally endless. Bespoke chic, we are crazy about customization in this decidedly un-customized world.
Plus, of course, the performance of the BlueStar ranges is exceptional and chef quality.
And the ranges are built in the United States, and we love that!
We asked our friends at BlueStar for a few testimonials from satisfied customers.
Here’s one from a gent in Vancouver, Canada:
“I was able to fire up my shiny new BlueStar for the first time yesterday, and I can’t thank you enough. Everyone who I spoke/emailed with at BlueStar has been outstanding with fantastic and friendly service, and the entire experience has really been top-notch. The stove itself really is an amazing piece of machinery. My contractor, who had never heard of BlueStar, couldn’t stop talking about how nice it was, and I think that may have turned him into a future customer as well. My 2 year old daughter walked into the kitchen and saw it for the first time and just said “cool!” She obviously has excellent taste.”
And here’s another from a woman in Newton, Massachusetts:
“Yippee! I just ordered my second Blue Star RNB. I own a 30″ RNB in a home in Wisconsin. I’ve had that for two years, and it is a workhorse and looks as good as the day I bought it. I did exhaustive product research before buying BlueStar. I focus on reliability and functionality instead of talk-show celebrity endorsements. This product hands down beats the competition. So, since we are moving to South Dakota, my new kitchen has to have a BlueStar range. So, Blue Star #2 will soon be on the way. Thanks for an outstanding product.”
So when it comes time to refresh your own kitchen, the Madcaps suggest giving BlueStar a once-over.
We are smitten.